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Russia is demanding that the US hand back two of its diplomatic compounds as the two countries hold high-level talks in Washington. The Venezuelan opposition steps up its campaign against President Maduro's government. Plus a study into what makes cheetahs so fast, and how a baboon caused a power outage in Zambia. Plus the world coconut tree climbing champion.
The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs refutes incident that sparked diplomatic rift. Also, a terminally ill British man with motor neurone disease challenges the law on the right to die, and China censors Winnie the Pooh, but why?
At least one person shot dead waiting to vote in opposition-organised referendum; Federer wins 8th Wimbledon; the next Dr Who will be a woman
Tens of thousands attend rallies in Turkey to mark the first anniversary of the country's failed coup, Polish MPs back controversial judiciary bill & Wimbledon women's final
As Trump flies home after Bastille Day visit, President Macron remembers Nice victims, Tourists killed in Egypt, Turkey failed coup anniversary.
President Donald Trump attends Bastille Day celebrations in Paris, Israeli police killed in attack near Jerusalem holy site, 'Truly unique' lioness nurses leopard cub in Tanzania, American singer Beyoncé reveals her twins to the world