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Baton Rouge returns to the spotlight with Black Lives Matter activists in custody; Debate over the legality of the UK invasion of Iraq; Is South Sudan sliding back into civil war?
(Photo: Arrest of DeRay Mckesson in Baton Rouge Credit: AP)
Two days of fighting reported in Juba; Obama denies that America is divided after Dallas; Gay marriage in UK churches: Williams's two Wimbledon titles in one day
(Picture: Gunfire erupted shortly after Mr Machar (L) and Mr Kiir met on Friday Credit: AFP)
Demonstrations across the US and details from the shooting of police officers; Heavy gunfire in Juba, five years after independence for South Sudan; The UK row over leadership and motherhood.
(Photo: Vigil in front of Dallas Police headquarters following the shooting of five officers Credit: Dallas Morning News / AP)
Congresswoman on race & policing; Polish view on Brexit; protest on social media.
Photograph shows Dallas Police Chief David Brown pausing at a prayer vigil following the deaths of five police officers during a Black Live Matter march in Dallas, Texas. (Credit: Getty Images)
Snipers shoot dead five police officers at a rally against police killings of black people; suspect told police he wanted to "kill white people"; Russia tells NATO not to escalate hostility
(Photo: Police respond to Dallas shootings Credit: AP)
Protests continue in the United States over the fatal shooting of a black man by police in Minnesota; The field to become British Prime Minister narrows down; Priest sentenced to jail in Vatican trial.
(Picture: Minnesota Governor, Mark Dayton, speaks following police shooting death of a black man. Credit: Getty Images)