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What does Amazon hope to gain from buying video-game streaming service?
Kurdish fighters in northern Iraq say they are regaining ground against the forces of Islamic State in the area.
Heather Watson begins her US Open campaign on Tuesday, hoping to continue her progress under Argentine coach Diego Veronelli.
Manchester City maintain the 100% start to their Premier League title defence by beating Liverpool 3-1 at Etihad Stadium.
A US Army soldier barricaded herself inside an office on a Virginia base before shooting herself in the head, the military says.
Manchester United agree to pay a British record transfer fee of £59.7m to sign winger Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid.
Amazon buys video-game streaming service Twitch for $970m (£585m), surprising many after rumours emerged earlier this year that Google's YouTube was in final stages to purchase the firm.
The family of the US journalist killed by Islamic State militants last week make public a letter they say he sent while in captivity, via a fellow hostage.
At least eight Palestinians in Gaza are killed by Israeli air strikes amid ongoing rocket attacks on Israel, as Egyptian mediators reportedly propose a new ceasefire deal.
Chelsea captain John Terry has paid tribute to Lord Attenborough, the club's life president, who has died at the age of 90.
Hundreds of people attend the funeral of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, many of whom did not know him personally.
LG announces it is about to become the first firm to sell TVs offering both OLED and 4K technologies to the public.
The BBC's Scotland correspondent walks us through the venue and what to expect in the BBC's live televised referendum debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling.
A giant sinkhole in County Durham is causing increasing concern as it threatens to get bigger, according to a landowner.