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Scientists think they have found a smart way to constrain carbon dioxide emissions - just turn them to stone.
A Belgian court approves the extradition to France of Mohamed Abrini, a key suspect in the Paris and Brussels attacks.
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is to have heart surgery after an attack that could have killed him, his doctor says.
Somali Islamist militant group al-Shabab says it has killed 60 Ethiopian soldiers in an attack on an African Union base in Somalia.
A former leader of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime admits murdering four unidentified Westerners in the 1970s and burning their bodies.
An Islamic prayer service is being held for Muhammad Ali. More than 14,000 people have tickets to the service at Freedom Hall in Louisville.
Italy is checking the identity of a suspect extradited from Sudan in a high-profile operation against people-smuggling, amid fears he is the wrong man.
A man who was secretly detained and allegedly tortured after being sent to Libya with his pregnant wife tells the BBC of his disappointment that no-one will be prosecuted.
President Obama says he hopes the Democrats "pull things together" after Hillary Clinton claims the presidential nomination but her rival refuses to end his bid.
A Belgian minister voices concern that Belgian ex-Nazi collaborators may still be receiving German pensions.
Friends of a man extradited to Italy on Tuesday on people smuggling charges say police have the wrong man.
After US TV host John Oliver's grand gesture to 9.000 debtors, we take a look at the often unscrupulous practices of debt collectors.
A seagull turns bright orange after falling into a vat of chicken tikka masala.
Israel suspends entry permits for 83,000 Palestinians hours after two gunmen kill four people in an attack in Tel Aviv.
The daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu says part of her was "stripped away" when she had to relinquish the Anglican priesthood over her same-sex marriage.
The Victoria Derbyshire programme speaks to a 39-year-old man who is seeking euthanasia because he cannot accept his sexuality.
Up to 32 million Twitter login names and passwords are reportedly being offered for sale online.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates launches a campaign to help extremely poor families in sub-Saharan Africa by giving them chickens.