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1 Sean Spicer quits: White House press secretary plays down 'row'

Sean Spicer quits: White House press secretary plays down 'row'

Donald Trump's spokesman is said to have resigned over the hiring of a new communications director.
2 Justine Damond shooting: Police chief Janee Harteau quits

Justine Damond shooting: Police chief Janee Harteau quits

Minneapolis mayor says she lost confidence in the chief after officers killed an Australian woman.
3 Boots apologises for morning-after pill response

Boots apologises for morning-after pill response

The pharmaceutical company says it is looking for cheaper morning-after pill options.
4 Prince George photo marks fourth birthday

Prince George photo marks fourth birthday

The picture was taken at Kensington Palace at the end of June, ahead of his birthday on Saturday.
5 Linkin Park cancel North American tour after Chester Bennington death

Linkin Park cancel North American tour after Chester Bennington death

The tour has been cancelled following the death of singer Chester Bennington on Thursday.
6 UK to bring in drone registration

UK to bring in drone registration

Drone owners will also be required to pass a safety awareness test.
7 Children in temporary housing up a third since 2014

Children in temporary housing up a third since 2014

Councils say child homelessness has reached unsustainable levels with the numbers rising sharply.
8 Tiny Jessie receives thousands of postcards worldwide.

Tiny Jessie receives thousands of postcards worldwide.

Two-year-old Jessie Stocks was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL). Following a social media plea by her mum, she's now received thousands of get well postcards.
9 Britain’s Got Talent champion dog Pudsey dies

Britain’s Got Talent champion dog Pudsey dies

He was the first dog to win the show, alongside owner Ashleigh Butler, in 2012.
10 Three Israelis stabbed to death in West Bank attack

Three Israelis stabbed to death in West Bank attack

The victims were stabbed to death in an attack on a house in a West Bank settlement.
11 UKIP AM uses racial slur about black MP Chuka Umunna

UKIP AM uses racial slur about black MP Chuka Umunna

Michelle Brown is recorded making derogatory comments about Labour's Chuka Umunna in a phone call.
12 China holds Canadians 'for smoking marijuana'

China holds Canadians 'for smoking marijuana'

Officials reportedly entered a hotel room where members of a travelling equestrian show were staying.
13 Holiday flight departs after 38-hour delay

Holiday flight departs after 38-hour delay

A flight from Aberdeen to Portugal has finally taken off after being delayed since early on Thursday morning.
14 The papers: First class travel and Boots boycott call

The papers: First class travel and Boots boycott call

The end of some two-tier rail travel, and a Boots boycott call make newspaper headlines.
15 What can modern girls learn from Disney princesses?

What can modern girls learn from Disney princesses?

England's women's footballers are calling for girls to recognise the strong traits in the characters.
16 Violinist protester in Russia arrested at rehearsal

Violinist protester in Russia arrested at rehearsal

Andrey Osipov has been put on trial twice for participating in a protest in March.
17 Women's World Cup: Lynne Thomas and the cricket spirit of 1973

Women's World Cup: Lynne Thomas and the cricket spirit of 1973

When England's women won the first Cricket World Cup in 1973 they did it solely for the love of the game.
18 Reality Check: Is Brexit inevitable?

Reality Check: Is Brexit inevitable?

How the law, politics and practicalities could affect the process of the UK leaving the EU.
19 Week in pictures: 15 - 21 July 2017

Week in pictures: 15 - 21 July 2017

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
20 Hidden Victorian reservoir revealed in Nottingham

Hidden Victorian reservoir revealed in Nottingham

The 160-year-old underground reservoir serves about 150,000 people in Nottingham.
21 Bosnia's pupils fight ethnically divided education

Bosnia's pupils fight ethnically divided education

Meet Bosnia's pupils who are fighting against a deeply divided education system based on religious lines.
22 The Walking Dead: What we learned from the season 8 trailer

The Walking Dead: What we learned from the season 8 trailer

We break down the five-minute first look of the eighth series, complete with zombies, explosions and surprise ending.
23 C-Turtle: The landmine-detecting robot 'turtle'

C-Turtle: The landmine-detecting robot 'turtle'

The disposable robot is made from cardboard and powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero computer.
24 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
25 Norway: The country where no salaries are secret

Norway: The country where no salaries are secret

In Norway, anyone can find out how much anyone else is paid, and it rarely causes problems, writes Lars Bevanger.
26 Reality Check: Are there more women in leading TV roles?

Reality Check: Are there more women in leading TV roles?

BBC Reality Check investigates whether gender balance has changed in popular TV dramas in recent years.
27 The wettest summer on record - 10 years on from the 2007 floods

The wettest summer on record - 10 years on from the 2007 floods

Victims of the 2007 summer floods share their memories a decade on.
28 How OJ Simpson paved the way for Donald Trump

How OJ Simpson paved the way for Donald Trump

His trial, and car chase, paved the way for reality TV, and Donald Trump, writes Nick Bryant.
29 'Why my brain injury gets me arrested'

'Why my brain injury gets me arrested'

Dominic Hurley is regularly mistaken for being drunk, but his slurred speech and poor balance is the result of a brain injury following a moped crash in Ayia Napa.
30 Adam Maier-Clayton's controversial right-to-die campaign

Adam Maier-Clayton's controversial right-to-die campaign

His father vows to continue to fight to extend the right-to-die to those with severe mental illness.
31 Comic book success: The rise of the Comic-Con festival

Comic book success: The rise of the Comic-Con festival

How Comic-Con has become an annual festival of costumes and comic books - and a multi-million dollar industry.
32 Thailand monks: Wirapol Sukphol case highlights country's Buddhism crisis

Thailand monks: Wirapol Sukphol case highlights country's Buddhism crisis

Thai monk Wirapol Sukphol denies a range of charges but the case points to a wider trend of bad karma.
33 Gay Germans' joy mixed with adoption angst

Gay Germans' joy mixed with adoption angst

Equal marriage will be celebrated at Gay Pride Berlin, but adoption is still a thorny issue.
34 How Linkin Park made rap metal memorable

How Linkin Park made rap metal memorable

The band's Chester Bennington, who has died at 41, changed the dynamics of nu metal with his personal lyrics.
35 The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth leads by two shots

The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth leads by two shots

World number three Jordan Spieth leads The Open but England's Ian Poulter and Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy are in the hunt.
36 World Para-athletics Championships: Kadeena Cox wins Britain's 14th gold

World Para-athletics Championships: Kadeena Cox wins Britain's 14th gold

Kadeena Cox wins gold in the women's 400m T38 final at the World Para-athletics Championships to bring Britain's medal haul to 30.
37 Alvaro Morata: Chelsea sign Real Madrid striker for club record £60m

Alvaro Morata: Chelsea sign Real Madrid striker for club record £60m

Premier League champions Chelsea sign striker Alvaro Morata from Spanish giants Real Madrid for a club record fee of about £60m.
38 Tour de France 2017: Stage-by-stage guide

Tour de France 2017: Stage-by-stage guide

BBC Sport's Rob Hayles takes you through the 21 stages that make up this year's Tour de France route, picking out riders to watch and the key stages.
39 The Open 2017: Brooks Koepka, Henrik Stenson & Jordan Spieth feature in shots of the day

The Open 2017: Brooks Koepka, Henrik Stenson & Jordan Spieth feature in shots of the day

Watch a selection of the best shots from day two of The Open at Royal Birkdale, featuring Brooks Koepka, Henrik Stenson and leader Jordan Spieth.
40 Haydock: Stalls handler dies after incident before race

Haydock: Stalls handler dies after incident before race

A stalls handler is pronounced dead at the scene after being run over by the mobile starting stalls at Haydock on Friday.
41 Usain Bolt runs 9.95 seconds to win Monaco Diamond League 100m

Usain Bolt runs 9.95 seconds to win Monaco Diamond League 100m

Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt runs his first sub-10 second time of the year to win the 100m in Monaco.