BBC World Service
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US President berates Beijing following North Korea's test of a long-range missile, prosecutions over attack on Malaysian airliner will take place in the Netherlands, Zadie Smith on lessons of the Grenfell Tower disaster, will 'Panda diplomacy' improve China-Germany relations ?
The European Commission has released a new action plan on migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea; Around 50 migrants are feared to have drowned off the Moroccan coast; US-backed Syrian forces have breached the wall at Raqqa's Old City during the fight against so-called Islamic State; Ugandan civil servants face strict dress code; Pop star Ed Sheeran says he has quit Twitter after receiving a stream of abuse.
Pyongyang claims to have successfully tested 'long range' missile, fears in Iraq that defeat of IS won't mean an end to turmoil, we speak to family of youngest victim of Manchester Arena bomb, what made ancient Roman concrete so long-lasting ?
The French President Emmanuel Macron proposes a radical overhaul of the government, Iran signs a contract worth nearly 5 billion dollars with the French energy giant Total, 18 die in German bus crash, Dr Seuss' The Cat and the Hat turns sixty.
Tehran says French energy company Total is to sign gas contract worth nearly $5bn, Qatar given extended deadline on Gulf demands, investigation into alleged extra-judicial killings in Indian state of Manipur, are smartphones changing the way we walk ?
Damascus bomber strikes after car chase, Macron goes to Mali, Stephen Hawking at 75