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Doctor who treated Omran Daqneesh; India's unlikely medal winner in Rio; Islamphobic tweets.
Photograph shows five-year-old Omran Daqneesh, with bloodied face, sitting inside an ambulance after he was rescued following an airstrike in the rebel-held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo. (Credit: Reuters)
Brazilian authorities have stopped US swimmers Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger from boarding a flight at Rio; Former deputy of Zimbabwean President says Robert Mugabe must go; How technology affects kids.
(Photo of Swimmers Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger. Credit: AP Photo/Mauro Pimentel)
Officials arrested, athletes tripping and the debate over Caster Semenya in Rio, the most senior North Korean defection, and what is the Danish concept of Hygge?
(Photo: Tickets being purchased for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Credit: Reuters)
The plan to grant early parole to thousands of prisoners coincides with continuing post-coup arrests; Australia reaches a deal with Papua New Guinea to close the Manus asylum seeker detention centre; How is China dealing with life in third place at the Olympics?
(Photo: Turkish police detain a soldier who allegedly took part in July's failed military coup. Credit: Ozan Kose/AFP/Getty Images)
Anjem Choudary convicted of encouraging support for Islamic State jihadists; Does menstruation affect sport?; Scientist explain why they believe Déjà vu happens.
(Photo: Cleric Anjem Choudary. Credit: EPA)
Napalm attacks in a Damascus suburb and Russian planes launch from Iran for the first time, China's unhackable quantum satellite, and Indonesian airways cleared for flight.
(Photo: Russian bomber in flight over Aleppo, 16 August Credit: Russian Defence Ministry Press Service)