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The kingdom says it will take "necessary measures" as it reiterates that Iran is to blame.
- Saudi Arabia oil attacks: A look at the damage
After attacks against the country's oil infrastructure, the BBC's Frank Gardner surveys the damage.
- Labour's deputy urges unity after bid to oust him
The party's deputy leader says he was "disappointed" at the party conference motion but calls for unity.
- Battle of Arnhem: Mass parachute drop marks WW2 assault
A 97-year-old British veteran, who recreated his WW2 jump, says his jump was "thoroughly terrifying".
- Meteor lights up parts of Australian sky
Video shows the moment the sky above Tasmania and Victoria was lit up by a meteor.
- Man drowns during underwater marriage proposal
Video shows Steven Weber proposing through the window of a submerged cabin off Tanzania.
- Taylor Swift cancels concert amid animal rights criticism
Swift had been due to sing at the Melbourne Cup, a move criticised by animal rights activists.
- Iranian hostage freed by Somali pirates after four years
The freeing of the Iranian sailor means Somali pirates now hold only three remaining captives.
- Jennifer Lopez revives dress behind the invention of Google Images
Photographs of the singer wearing the gown in 2000 led to the invention of Google Image search.
- Paris climate march halted amid clashes between activists and police
Authorities feared the family-friendly demonstration would be infiltrated by separate protesters.
- Egypt protests: Anti-government chants in Tahrir Square
Rare protests have taken place in Egypt, calling for the removal of President Abdul Fattah Sisi.
- DR Congo to introduce second Ebola vaccine
The second vaccine could provide a protective wall halting the spread of the virus.
- Trump dismisses 'ridiculous story' about alleged promise to foreign leader
The US president made a "troubling" promise to a foreign leader, an intelligence official alleged.
- Discussing pansexuality and non-binary gender identity
20-year-old Robin talks to their mother about coming out as non-binary and changing their name.
- The photographer capturing mankind's impact on planet Earth
Photographer Edward Burtynsky explains his 40-year quest for striking images of our impact on the planet.
- Labour conference: Tom Watson says there's been a 'bad start'
Tom Watson makes a call for unity at Labour conference, after a foiled plan to oust him as deputy leader.
- How one runner started a group for women of colour
Matilda decided to start the Fly Girl Collective after realising she was in the minority at races.
- Week in pictures: 14 - 20 September 2019
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
- Millions attend global climate strike
Protesters demand "an end to the age of fossil fuels and climate justice for everyone".
- Spotty zebra in Kenya Maasai Mara reserve
Meet Tira, a zebra that's been... spotted... in the Maasai Mara reserve in Kenya. It's thought she was born with spots instead of stripes, because of a melanin disorder.
- 'I am Justin Trudeau', jokes Sir Lenny Henry
The actor and comic pokes fun at the Canadian PM following this week's blackface revelations.
- King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery train on Holkham beach
The horses are seen galloping along the sand and wading through the waves during training.
- Donald Trump hosts Australia PM at the White House
Australian PM Scott Morrison is only the second leader to receive a state dinner under President Trump.
- Israeli elections: What do the results reveal?
Benjamin Netanyahu's political base has fractured, leading to an uncertain future.
- Gay in South Korea: 'She said I don't need a son like you'
LGBTQ South Koreans face widespread discrimination and activists say the law must change to protect them.