BBC World Service
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Mexico sends a strong message to the US, Rosa Parks' house, What's happening to 'The Simpsons'?
Trump to decide on a program that protects immigrants who entered the US illegally as children, The science of yawning, Relatively close encounters with an asteroid
The Kenyan Supreme Court orders a new vote citing irregularities, sparking joy among opposition supporters. Also: UN says tens of thousands of Rohingya flee Myanmar and the launch of XFEL - world's largest X-ray laser.
The San Francisco Consulate and annexes in New York and Washington must close by Saturday. Also, the new Venezuelan attorney general accuses his predecessor of involvement in an alleged corruption scandal. The growth of urban vertical gardens.
France's government unveils its signature plan, promising to 'free up the energy of the work force'. Also: 'dangerous' leak from flooded Texas plant and public marks 20 years since Princess Diana's death.
The Texas governor Greg Abbott says more members of the National Guard have been deployed to tackle the disaster. More than 20 people are reported dead and large parts of the city of Houston are under water.
Also: over one-hundred dead in South Asia flooding, and author Terry Pratchett has his dying wish fulfilled.