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Faith leaders call for unity and security; Germany's most hugged Syrian refugee; Ice Bucket Challenge breakthrough.
(Photograph shows France's representatives of religions at Elysee palace. Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Police have named one of the Rouen church attackers as nineteen year old Adel Kermiche; Iran gets an Olympic uniform makeover; Social media explosion in Africa.
(Photo: People attend a ceremony in Lyon in memory of the priest killed in the Normandy city of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray. Credit: Jean-Philippe Ksiazek/Getty Images)
Another deadly Islamist attack in Europe, this time on a church in Rouen, northern France; why South Koreans have grown so much; how united are the Democrats at their National Convention in Philadelphia?
(Picture: French police arrive at the scene of a hostage-taking in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, northern France. Credit: Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Images)
Sanders allies in Philadelphia; Bavarian bomber inspired by IS; Hollywood "ghost singer" Marni Nixon
(Picture: Senator Jeff Merkley checks Democratic National Convention podium. Credit: Jeff Merkley/AP)
A failed asylum seeker exploded a bomb outside a music festival in southern Germany, killing himself and wounding twelve others; BBC reporter on Syrian frontline; Rust Belt road trip.
(Picture: Police remove evidence from a refugee shelter where the Ansbach attacker lived. Credit: Daniel Karmann AFP/Getty Images)
The IOC says international sports federations must assess if Russian athletes can take part in this year's Rio Olympics; the psychological profile of the Munich attacker; Afghanistan mourns its dead after Saturday's suicide attack, which killed 80 people.
(Picture: Olympic rings on the Copacabana beach. Credit: Yasuyoshi Chibayasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images)