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Migrants are arriving in Austria after Hungary's surprise move to provide buses for them, with Vienna saying it is ready to let them travel on to Germany.
Saudi Arabia says it is happy with President Obama's assurances that the recent nuclear deal with Iran will not imperil the Gulf states.
In Honduras there is a school where many of the students look alike - because there are 23 sets of twins studying there.
One of the key departure points for many migrants heading to Europe is Libya, with the lack of a stable government making it an ideal base.
More than 40 UK councils say they are ready to offer sanctuary to refugees fleeing fighting in Syria, Labour's Yvette Cooper says.
Guatemalans vote in presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday but there are fears many may choose to abstain because of their anger over high-level corruption.
A Californian judge has ruled Uber drivers can join a joint legal action against the transport company. But do they want to?
Yes, it's Paddington - plus other internet trends this week
The Pakistani troops who tried to start a rebellion
The DJ who fought the USSR with Bowie and the Beatles
A group of specially selected passengers takes a trip on the Borders to Edinburgh railway a day ahead of its opening to the general public.
How realistic is a 7-day GP service?
The newspapers on Saturday debate whether Britain has "opened its arms to refugees" - or turned its back on measures designed to help them.
Authorities in a county of the US state of Kentucky start issuing marriage licences to gay couples after a county clerk was jailed for refusing to do so.
The goal of seven-day GP opening is unachievable in this Parliament and risks destabilising services, the Royal College of Surgeons says.
Using electricity to stimulate parts of the brain may ease the symptoms of motion sickness, scientists say.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
Rare ancient Egyptian artefacts discovered underwater are going on display in Paris for the first time.
With a week to go until the result of the Labour leadership is announced, Jeremy Corbyn takes his campaign to non-traditional Labour territory.
Standing out as a disabled foreigner in Japan