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Austria extradites two suspected terrorists to France
Austria extradites two men thought to be connected to the terrorists who carried out Paris attacks in November.

Syria: Maternity ward bombed in Idlib
Maternity hospital supported by Save the Children bombed in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, causing casualties and damage.

Four people contract Zika in Florida
Four individuals in the Miami-Dade and Broward counties infected with the Zika virus by local mosquitoes.

Israel: Criticism of construction 'lacks factual basis'
Foreign Ministry rejects criticism of planned construction in Gilo, says the real obstacle to peace is Palestinian rejection of Israel.

Report: Syrian commander escapes Israeli assassination attempt
Iranian news agency claims a senior commander in the Syrian army escaped unharmed an Israeli assassination attempt in the Golan Heights.

Shabbat Shalom from Israel! Updates continue from N. America
Shabbat about to begin in Israel. Arutz Sheva's North America desk will continue to update the site until Shabbat begins in New York.

The farce of the Azariya trial
Radio: Africa stands with Israel and Israel supports Africa.

French teacher investigated for sharing anti-Semitism
A teacher in a prestigious French school is under investigation for sharing anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about Hollande, Holocaust.

Calls grow for Syria regime to end Aleppo siege
Aid agencies urgently call on Bashar al-Assad regime to allow for supplies and civilians to come in and out of the besieged city.

Hamas conducts weapons course for wives of officials
Due to fear of Israeli operations, Hamas provides self-defense and weapons course for women, but only for officials' family members.

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Honeysuckle Weeks: Missing actress found 'safe'
Missing Foyle's War actress Honeysuckle Weeks, 36, is found "safe and well", following a search by Sussex Police

Brazil's Lula faces trial linked to Petrobras scandal
Brazil's former President Lula is to stand trial for obstruction of justice in a case related to the scandal at state oil firm Petrobras.

Challenge Cup: Wigan Warriors 12-16 Hull FC
Fetuli Talanoa pounces on a costly Wigan mistake to help Hull FC reach their second Challenge Cup final in four years.

RBS performs poorly in stress tests
RBS Group performed poorly in the latest European stress tests which assess how the banks might perform in adverse economic conditions.

Hinkley Point delay 'frustrates' China
The government's surprise announcement to delay a final decision on Hinkley Point has left the Chinese company investing in it 'bemused' and "frustrated" according to a source.

Testing times for Europe's banks
The results of European bank "stress tests" have been announced, with the aim of establishing how well the banks could cope with a new financial shock.

Prince death: Judge snubs claims by 29 would-be heirs
A judge in the US state of Minnesota dismisses claims by 29 people who said they were Prince's heirs, including five men who said they were his father.

Rio Olympics 2016: Russian athletes are arriving, but how many will compete?
Russian athletes are arriving in Rio for the Olympics Games, but how many will be cleared to compete?

Ellie Butler murder: Father displayed 'pattern of impulsive violence'
A man who murdered his six-year-old daughter was described as displaying a "pattern of impulsive violence" three months before she died, it is revealed.

Syria conflict: Deadly strike on Save the Children maternity hospital
An air strike hits a maternity hospital supported by Save the Children in north-western Syria, killing two people and wounding three others.

Zika virus: Florida cases 'likely' to be first US-based infections
Four people suffering from the Zika virus in Florida are probably the first cases contracted within the US, health officials say.

Rio 2016: Russian weightlifters banned from Olympic Games
Russia's weightlifting team is banned from competing at the Rio Olympics because of doping offences.

Justin Bieber pours 'Cold Water' on Drake's chart run
Pop star Justin Bieber ends Drake's 15-week run at number one, with his single Cold Water.

Ken Barrie: Postman Pat voice actor dies
Ken Barrie, the voice of children's TV favourite Postman Pat, dies at the age of 83.

Clinton pulls no punches with Trump
The Democratic presidential hopeful lands some good ones on rival Donald Trump. Here are five of the best.

Girl, 15, sues politician over Facebook post
The chair of Stormont's Justice Committee is being sued by a 15-year-old girl for breaching her privacy.

Women's British Open: Kim Sei-young birdies with delightful chip shot
Korean Kim Sei-young birdies with a delightful approach on the 13th during her second round at the Women's British Open.

Online child sex abuse investigation identifies 523 potential victims
More than 500 children are identified and 77 people charged as part of a Police Scotland investigation into online child abuse.

Are we there yet?
Five ways to avoid a holiday disaster when travelling with children.

England's 1966 World Cup goal - on radio
Listen to some of the original radio commentary of Geoff Hurst's winning goal against West Germany in 1966 - acquired with the help of BBC Radio 5 live listeners.

Off-duty officer tackles suspected thief
A bikini-clad Swedish police officer wins praise for tackling a suspected thief while she was off-duty sunbathing with friends in Stockholm.

Lava pictures from 'smiling' Hawaiian Kilauea volcano eruption
The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii has erupted, however the volcano appears to be "smiling"

Africa's top shots: 22-28 July 2016
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.

Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?
Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?

Pope Francis in 'profound' visit to Auschwitz camp
Pope Francis has offered a private prayer at the former Auschwitz death camp.

Man Utd: Bastian Schweinsteiger's future in doubt after Jose Mourinho arrival
Midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger's future at Manchester United is in doubt following Jose Mourinho's appointment as manager.

Large Abelisaurus Dinosaur dinosaur footprint found in Bolivia
One of the largest ever dinosaur footprints has been found in Bolivia, of the Abelisaurus dinosaur

Turkey coup attempt: Schools and media outlets shut
Mark Lowen reports from Turkey, two weeks after a failed coup by rebel soldiers.

Childbirth rape 'flashbacks'
As the UK's first maternity clinic for rape and sexual assault victims opens, BBC News speaks to three victims - two of which helped design the clinic.

Under Pressure
A behind-the-scenes look at rehearsals for the David Bowie Prom, which takes place on Friday night.

Holding back
An attack on the public in France saw a film pulled from cinemas, a situation that TV networks and movie studios have often had to deal with in order to not appear insensitive or distasteful.

Haircuts for the homeless
Josh Coombes gives free haircuts to homeless people and publishes their stories online.

Chris Bowlby: Clearing Germany's migrant backlog
As Angela Merkel defends Germany's policy on refugees, Chris Bowlby is given unique access to a new fast-track migrant processing centre in Bonn.

Hungry nation
It's one thing to talk to people you've never met before who are suffering from hunger, and it's a completely different thing when they are from your own family, reports Vladimir Hernandez.

7 days quiz
The Magazine's weekly quiz of the news, 7 days 7 questions.

Listen up
Two years ago Jo Milne became an internet sensation when footage of her hearing for the first time appeared on YouTube. Since then she has rekindled a long-lost friendship, enlisted the support of 1970s pop group The Osmonds and travelled to Bangladesh to help hundreds of deaf children.

Cup capers
Fifty years ago the 1966 World Cup was taking place in England and a host of images of the competing teams' off-the-field activities show a football tournament happening in more innocent and relaxed times.

'I swam for my life'
Syrian refugee Yusra Mardini was swimming for her life in the sea towards Europe a year ago - now she is about to swim at Rio 2016.

Chinese rocket lights up skies over Utah and California
People in the US have filmed a Chinese rocket body streaking across the sky over Utah and California.

#boycottbyron divides social media
Dozens of workers at burger chain Byron have been arrested in raids by immigration officials, dividing social media users.

Democrat hack: Who is Guccifer 2.0?
A lone hacker is claiming responsibility for the hack on the US Democratic Party but is that person to be believed?

Reality Check: What is a customs union?
Liam Fox has been talking about the EU customs union. Why does it matter?

What is the named person scheme?
What is it the Scottish government's named person scheme, and why is it so controversial?

How France is wrestling with jihadist terror
A spate of jihadist terror attacks has left France reeling - so why do they keep happening? The BBC's Laurence Peter investigates.

Lyse Doucet: Did IS use new bomb for deadliest attack?
Growing evidence suggests so-called Islamic State used a new type of explosive device when they killed almost 300 people in Baghdad earlier this month.

Shaun Ley: A rose at war with its roots?
Can this summer's Labour leadership contest unite the party's warring factions?

The beauty of the skies
A selection of some of the images shortlisted in the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 contest.

TPP: What is it and why does it matter?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is one of the most ambitious free trade agreements ever signed. But why does it matter?

France church attack
Images from the French town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, near Rouen, where a priest was killed in an attack by two men claiming links to the so-called Islamic State group.

Fishing for shrimp
Photographer Charles Fox documents the work of the Trapang Sangke fishing community in Cambodia.

Higher ground
Pictures of wild elephants fleeing a flood-hit national park in the Indian state of Assam.

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