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Senior Olympic official Pat Hickey is being held in a notorious Rio prison following his arrest over alleged illegal sales of Olympic tickets.
German carmaker Opel plans to cut its workers' hours this year because it expects Brexit to hurt its UK sales.
Has the City of London already decided that the UK will not be able to keep full membership of the EU single market after Brexit?
Former Daily Telegraph editor, Charles Moore, explains why he decided to vote twice in the EU referendum (and break the law).
French customs officials seize about 2,000 dead seahorses that were being smuggled from Guinea to Vietnam.
An Orthodox Jewish man is stabbed on a street in the French city of Strasbourg by an attacker reportedly shouting an Islamic slogan.
The German Interior Minister, Thomas de Maiziere, calls for a partial ban on the burka, a day after saying a full ban might not be constitutional.
Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg talks to Russians with fond memories of the USSR, 25 years after its collapse.
A double murderer who posed as a refugee in order to enter the UK illegally can be extradited to his native Albania, a court rules.
Normandy firefighters rush to douse a fire at a major church - only to find that the "smoke" was a swarm of flying ants.
Chinese diver Ren Qian, aged 15 years and 180 days, is the youngest medallist at Rio 2016 but where does she rank overall?
More people in Western Europe have been killed by terrorism in the first seven months of 2016 than in any year since 2004, BBC research reveals.
A strange theory about a tool to control society sets Russians guessing about President Putin's new top aide Anton Vaino.
The first Night Tubes will roll on to London Underground platforms past midnight on Friday - almost three years since the plan was first announced.
The so-called Islamic State has said it was behind an attack carried out on traffic police outside Moscow on Wednesday.