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A woman in her 20s is shot by police, and six people are arrested, as part of an anti-terror operation in London and Kent.
The social network says it has seen highly organised attempts to manipulate information on the site.
Americans Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer combined for a first-round 66 to share the lead in New Orleans.
UK economic growth slowed by more than expected at the start of the year as the service sector stalled.
Gambling is "rife" in Scottish football with managers, referees, directors and chairmen all involved, according to PFA Scotland chairman John Rankin.
Maria Sharapova refuses to respond to criticism of her return from a doping ban as she reaches the Stuttgart Open quarter-finals.
The ordained Christian minister was put to death despite a plea for mercy from his victim's daughter.
The powers to apply an asset freeze or trade embargo are due to disappear when Britain leaves the EU.
The US president says he believes China's leader was "trying very hard" to end the escalating crisis.
Dare Jennings, founder of the 1980s Australian surf wear brand Mambo, tells the BBC how he's keeping his cool in business.
Most Nigerians are not fleeing conflict but are economic migrants in search of jobs and opportunities.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho suggests Sergio Aguero made the most of the incident that led to Marouane Fellaini's red card.
Donald Trump has continued to promise to build a wall along the US-Mexico border. But he'll have to get through a lot of obstacles first.
With questions over whether the Blue Whale challenge exists, and no confirmed link to reported deaths, how concerned should you be?
BBC defence and diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus answers your questions on US-North Korea tensions.
North Korea is accused of parading fake weapons in its most recent show of military might. It's nothing new.