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Six held over 'drugs bus' which crashed in Ecuador

When police searched the bus, which crashed killing 23 people, they found it full of drugs. READ MORE

Pope Francis condemns child sex abuse and Church cover-ups

He issues an unprecedented letter days after a report on decades of abuse of minors in Pennsylvania. READ MORE

World sport: 10 photos we liked this week: 13-19 August

A selection of the most striking sports photographs from around the world this week. READ MORE

Two strong earthquakes shake Lombok, Indonesia

Amateur videos show burning and collapsed houses as two more strong earthquakes hit Lombok, Indonesia. READ MORE

England v India: Cheteshwar Pujara is dismissed for 72 after Alastair Cook takes a catch at first slip

Cheteshwar Pujara is the first wicket to fall as India build a huge lead over England on day three of the third test match at Trent Bridge. READ MORE

Why Greece endured years of bailout loans and austerity

A quick guide to why the debt-stricken nation endured years of bailout loans and drastic austerity. READ MORE

Whiteboards used as Gatwick flight information screens fail

Airport staff are having to write flight information on whiteboards as screens go blank. READ MORE

Norwich City paint Carrow Road away dressing room pink

After Norwich City paint their away dressing room pink, BBC Sport explores what effect it could have on their opponents. READ MORE

Islamic State survivor Nadia Murad engaged to Yazidi activist

Nadia Murad, who was captured by Islamic State militants in 2014, finds love with a fellow activist. READ MORE

Measles cases hit record high in Europe

More than 41,000 people have been infected with measles in the first six months of 2018. READ MORE

Venezuelans confused as Maduro's economic plan starts

A government plan to curb inflation comes into force but there is confusion about how it will work. READ MORE

Social media faces EU fine if terror lingers for an hour

The European Commission is planning stricter rules for social media companies. READ MORE