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1 Boston march against right-wing rally draws thousands

Boston march against right-wing rally draws thousands

Anti-racism protesters converge on the "Free Speech" rally featuring right-wing speakers.
2 Finland killings: Briton who helped victims says he is 'not a hero'

Finland killings: Briton who helped victims says he is 'not a hero'

Paramedic Hassan Zubier says he did "what he was trained for" after being caught up in a knife attack.
3 Barcelona attack: Government says terror cell dismantled

Barcelona attack: Government says terror cell dismantled

The hunt continues for Younes Abouyaaqoub, who police say may have driven the van that killed 13.
4 Trumps to skip Kennedy honours to avoid 'distraction'

Trumps to skip Kennedy honours to avoid 'distraction'

The couple will not attend the Kennedy Center Honors to avoid political distraction, officials say.
5 French fighter jet 'tracks' Jet2 flight on route to Birmingham

French fighter jet 'tracks' Jet2 flight on route to Birmingham

A Jet2 passenger said the fighter jet was so close she could read the writing on its tail fin.
6 England v West Indies: Hosts race to innings-and-209-run win at Edgbaston

England v West Indies: Hosts race to innings-and-209-run win at Edgbaston

England take 19 wickets on the third day to beat West Indies by an innings and 209 runs in the day-night Test at Edgbaston.
7 UK terror threat increased by IS losses, security minister says

UK terror threat increased by IS losses, security minister says

The security minister says the terror group is inspiring home-grown attackers across Europe.
8 Steve Bannon vows to 'go to war' for Trump agenda

Steve Bannon vows to 'go to war' for Trump agenda

The fired Trump strategist pledges to fight for the agenda that he says won the US presidency.
9 Band halts gig after seeing fan groped in crowd

Band halts gig after seeing fan groped in crowd

The Architects interrupt a gig in Amsterdam because the lead singer claims he sees a fan being groped.
10 Cromer disorder: Pubs shut as seaside town 'in lockdown'

Cromer disorder: Pubs shut as seaside town 'in lockdown'

Police say extra officers are on patrol in Cromer, where bars and pubs closed early on Saturday.
11 Stephen Hawking: 'I wouldn't be here without the NHS'

Stephen Hawking: 'I wouldn't be here without the NHS'

The scientist backed the NHS in a speech that was critical of government policy and Jeremy Hunt.
12 £530,000 cash and 12kg drugs found in Merseyside raids

£530,000 cash and 12kg drugs found in Merseyside raids

About 12kg of heroin, with a street value of £1.2m, is also found by Merseyside Police.
13 Debutant Jese earns Stoke win over Arsenal

Debutant Jese earns Stoke win over Arsenal

Former Real Madrid winger Jese Rodriguez scores the winner on his Stoke City debut as Arsenal again come unstuck at the Bet365 Stadium.
14 The Papers: 'Queen won't stand down' and 'lost' British boy

The Papers: 'Queen won't stand down' and 'lost' British boy

The Queen won't stand down for Charles and the British boy missing in Barcelona make the front pages.
15 The money man behind China's internet showgirls

The money man behind China's internet showgirls

Lele Tao makes a fortune through live streaming - but one powerful man is about to change her life. The second of a three-part series.
16 10 things we didn't know last week

10 things we didn't know last week

Some people think cat's eyes on roads are made from real cats - and other news nuggets.
17 Big Ben: Taking some time out

Big Ben: Taking some time out

The chimes of Big Ben are due to fall silent for four years but this is not the first time the "great bell" has been in need of a little TLC.
18 The migrants making a clean sweep in Rome

The migrants making a clean sweep in Rome

Two Nigerian migrants are paying their way in Rome by volunteering to clean up the city's streets.
19 Only way is up - firefighters break ladder climb record

Only way is up - firefighters break ladder climb record

Twenty firefighters climbed the equivalent height of Mount Everest in Cardiff.
20 Silk Road: Google search unmasked Dread Pirate Roberts

Silk Road: Google search unmasked Dread Pirate Roberts

The man who beat the FBI to identify the mastermind of global online drugs market Silk Road.
21 Vehicles left dangling as car park collapses in Nottingham

Vehicles left dangling as car park collapses in Nottingham

The front facia wall of an NCP car park in central Nottingham falls away.
22 Meet the eclipse chaser who's travelled the world hunting shadows

Meet the eclipse chaser who's travelled the world hunting shadows

Astronomer Glenn Schneider has spent his life chasing solar eclipses around the world and has been in the path of totality 33 times.
23 The Joy of learning: Woman, 90, studies for sixth degree

The Joy of learning: Woman, 90, studies for sixth degree

Joy Gibson, from Stratford-upon-Avon, re-entered academia at the age of 59.
24 Metal detectorist finds rare 6th Century pendant

Metal detectorist finds rare 6th Century pendant

The metal detectorist said he had made some finds which were of archaeological interest but this one was "bling".
25 Baghdad's Little Manchester

Baghdad's Little Manchester

Old Trafford's footballing giants help Iraqis escape the uncertainty and violence of everyday life.
26 Stories you may have missed

Stories you may have missed

Luis Fonsi becomes a tourist guide in Puerto Rico and some other stories you may have missed this week.
27 Week in pictures: 12 - 18 August 2017

Week in pictures: 12 - 18 August 2017

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
28 Mexican muralists transform violent neighbourhoods

Mexican muralists transform violent neighbourhoods

Graffiti artists turn a violent hillside neighbourhood in Pachuca into a colourful work of art.
29 BBC News Channel

BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments
30 Sir Bruce Forsyth: 8 little-known facts about his career

Sir Bruce Forsyth: 8 little-known facts about his career

As well as hosting hit game shows, he was in movies, a TV sitcom and tried to crack America.
31 The landmarks that mean you're nearly home

The landmarks that mean you're nearly home

From the Angel of the North to Didcot Power Station, BBC News takes a tour of some the landmarks that signify journey's end.
32 ‘We were guinea pigs’: Jailed inmates agreed to birth control

‘We were guinea pigs’: Jailed inmates agreed to birth control

The Tennessee county started offering time off inmate sentences in exchange for birth control
33 The brainwashed teens fleeing to Europe

The brainwashed teens fleeing to Europe

On the streets of Europe, we meet teenage boys trained by IS. Their testimony reveals wide-ranging plans to turn children into killers.
34 Duterte drug war: Manila's brutal nightshift

Duterte drug war: Manila's brutal nightshift

Raffy Lerma is a photo-journalist documenting the nightly killings in the Philippines' government's war on drugs.
35 How Al Pacino came to my rescue

How Al Pacino came to my rescue

Sensing an epileptic fit is imminent Frank turns to a tried and tested way of controlling his episodes and leans on Al Pacino in a pub.
36 Should Washington and Jefferson monuments come down?

Should Washington and Jefferson monuments come down?

Trump's argument that the removal of Confederate statues is a slippery slope to changing history has recharged the perennial debate about America's tormented racial legacy.
37 Why finding large women's shoe sizes can be a problem

Why finding large women's shoe sizes can be a problem

The average UK shoe size of men and women has gone up by two sizes since the 1970s - but women's footwear makers have not kept up.
38 Reality Check: How much more do graduates get paid?

Reality Check: How much more do graduates get paid?

Rising fees mean more students want to know if their degree will be worth it.
39 How much will you give me for my false teeth?

How much will you give me for my false teeth?

Only 4% of the UK's adult population - and more women than men - now use a pawnbroker to get a loan.
40 The masseuse who pulled my arm out

The masseuse who pulled my arm out

When Angela treated herself to a massage she forgot to mention her hidden disability, resulting in the masseuse getting a surprise of her own.
41 Antonio Conte: Chelsea boss targets long-term Stamford Bridge stay

Antonio Conte: Chelsea boss targets long-term Stamford Bridge stay

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he wants to be in charge of the club for "many years" and lead the Blues into a new stadium.
42 Chris Froome's Team Sky finish fourth on Vuelta a Espana time trial

Chris Froome's Team Sky finish fourth on Vuelta a Espana time trial

Chris Froome's Team Sky finish fourth on the first stage of the Vuelta a Espana in Nimes, behind winners BMC.
43 Solheim Cup 2017: US lead Europe 10½ to 5½ going into Sunday

Solheim Cup 2017: US lead Europe 10½ to 5½ going into Sunday

The United States extend their lead to 10½ to 5½ and need just 3½ points from Sunday's singles matches to retain the Solheim Cup after day two in Iowa.
44 Pint-sized TMS: Landmark Stuart Broad wicket as England cruise to win over poor West Indies

Pint-sized TMS: Landmark Stuart Broad wicket as England cruise to win over poor West Indies

Stuart Broad passes Ian Botham's tally of 383 wickets as England thrash West Indies by an innings and 209 runs in the day-night Test at Edgbaston.
45 England v West Indies: Fancy dress cricket fans celebrate getting ball back

England v West Indies: Fancy dress cricket fans celebrate getting ball back

Amusing scenes at Edgbaston as fans in fancy dress protest against a steward taking away their inflatable ball - then celebrate wildly when it is returned.
46 European Eventing Championships: Great Britain lead in Strzegom

European Eventing Championships: Great Britain lead in Strzegom

Great Britain are the leading team going into Sunday's showjumping finale of the European Eventing Championships in Strzegom.
47 Football transfer gossip: Coutinho, Sanchez, Dembele, Carroll, Seri, Mbappe

Football transfer gossip: Coutinho, Sanchez, Dembele, Carroll, Seri, Mbappe

Manchester City set to bid for Alexis Sanchez, Barcelona working on Coutinho deal, Newcastle targeting Andy Carroll, plus more.
48 Barcelona and Cambrils attacks: What we know so far

Barcelona and Cambrils attacks: What we know so far

Here's what we know after two attacks in Spain's Catalonia region.
49 Spain attack: What do we know about the victims?

Spain attack: What do we know about the victims?

The victims of attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils come from 34 different countries, officials say.
50 Barcelona attack: What is the mood?

Barcelona attack: What is the mood?

The BBC witnesses defiance and grief, but also anger and panic after a van attack killed 14 people.
51 Barcelona attack: Crowd screams as man arrested

Barcelona attack: Crowd screams as man arrested

A third person is arrested in the town of Ripoll, where the main suspect in Thursday's attack also lived.
52 Cambrils: 'Pop pop, a couple of shots and he fell down'

Cambrils: 'Pop pop, a couple of shots and he fell down'

A man who filmed the shooting in Cambrils described what he saw.
53 One officer shot four suspects dead

One officer shot four suspects dead

Five people in all were shot dead after a car was driven into pedestrians in Cambrils, Catalonia.
54 Spain attacks: How Barcelona rejected hate

Spain attacks: How Barcelona rejected hate

From bringing flowers to challenging haters, people are pushing back after the day of terror.
55 Spain attacks: Fears for missing child

Spain attacks: Fears for missing child

The government is looking into reports of a missing child who is thought to have British nationality.
56 Spain attacks: Terror timeline

Spain attacks: Terror timeline

Two terror attacks in Spain's Catalonia region have left 14 dead and many more injured. How did events unfold?