Government plans to prevent radicalisation in prisons could lead to violent extremist prisoners being separated from other inmates.
The UK Coastguard urges holidaymakers and swimmers to be aware of warnings from lifeguards and changeable weather following the deaths of six people.
A Banksy artwork painted on the side of a house in Cheltenham is removed.
Neymar gets an apology, Dan Walker's best bits, Mo Farah goes all Hollywood and how athletes cope after the Olympic Games.
Canada is closed. A nation shuts for one night to celebrate the final emotional farewell of The Tragically Hip.
London mayor Sadiq Khan urges Labour voters to ditch Jeremy Corbyn as leader and vote for Owen Smith in the party's leadership contest.
The 28-year-old from Brighton had been living with cancer for three years.
Explosions are heard at the scene of a fire that has destroyed a secondary school in West Sussex.
Iraq hangs 36 members of so-called Islamic State over the massacre of up to 1,700 military recruits at the former US base, Camp Speicher, in 2014.
Residents of Lake County, California have returned to the wreckage of their homes after wildfires swept through the area.
US swimmer Ryan Lochte has apologised to the people of Brazil after "over-exaggerating" claims he was robbed at gunpoint while at the Rio Olympics.
Martyn Rooney tells BBC Sport he is even angrier after seeing a replay of Great Britain's controversial disqualification from the 4x400m relay. Third leg runner Matthew Hudson-Smith was ruled to have had part of his foot out of the takeover zone when he began running.
Three men share their experience of using the Class A drug peyote to find religious enlightenment.
Donald Trump's election campaign doubled its spending last month but still lags far behind US presidential rival Hillary Clinton, figures show.
The My Shop series visits Casa Brasil in central London, which is enjoying a surge of customers thanks to the Rio Olympics.
A first for some countries, a last for some individuals, the 2016 Rio Olympics has witnessed a wide range of records being broken.
US swimmer Ryan Lochte tells Brazilian TV he is sorry, after "over-exaggerating" claims he was robbed at gunpoint while at the Rio Olympics.
An explosion at an outdoor wedding party in the southern Turkish city of Gaziantep kills at least 30 people and injures 94 more, the region's governor says.
South Africa's Caster Semenya wins Olympic gold in the 800m as Great Britain's Lynsey Sharp comes sixth.
Great Britain's women claim bronze in the 4x400m relay to win the country's 66th medal of the Rio Olympics and surpass their London 2012 haul.
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