Week in pictures: 11-17 July 2015 :: News photo from around the world
Inside Osama bin Laden's hideout ::
Nudity doesn't shock us anymore :: In Paris on Thursday, fashion designer Rick Owens gave audiences quite a show when he sent male models down the runway wearing clothes with peepholes that offered a glimpse of the guys' formerly private parts.
Celebs show off beach bodies :: View pictures of celebrities in swimsuits to see how celebs flaunt their beach style.
Where's the world's worst airport? :: Good news for air travelers passing through Manila: the city's international airport isn't quite as bad as it used to be.
Japan's 31 most beautiful places :: From the tallest waterfall to the largest sand dune, from the floral tunnel to the sacred shrines, the islands of Japan is a trove of photogenic wonders.
Astonishing portraits painted by hand :: The images you are about to see may shock or confound you. When portraiture looks this realistic, it can be hard to accept that what you see is just paint on a canvas, or ink scratches on a page.
The homeowners who refused to budge :: In China, they're known as "nail houses" -- homes where owners refuse to accept compensation offered by road builders and developers in exchange for the demolition of their property. The dwellings stand like a nail that refuses to be hammered down -- a not uncommon phenomenon as some homeowners resist dispossession of their land or hold out for more money.
Five guys take same photo for 30 years :: When five teenagers sat down and posed for a picture at Copco Lake in 1982, they didn't plan on making it a tradition. But that's what it became.
Stroke drug is safe, says review :: A panel of independent experts has decided that a clot-busting drug often used to treat strokes is "safe and effective".
UNESCO World Heritage picks for 2015 ::
Google app records every move you make :: A new Google Maps feature could be tracking your every move -- right now. "Your Timeline" has the ability to record everywhere you go. CNN affiliate WFLA reports.
Malaria vaccine one step closer :: The world's first malaria vaccine has cleared one of the final regulatory hurdles prior to being used to immunise children in sub-Saharan Africa.
Poor pupils 'no better in academies' :: A report suggests many academy chains are struggling to improve the results of poor pupils despite several years in charge of schools.
Week in pictures: 18-24 July 2015 :: A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
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Jeep hack prompts 1.4m car recall :: Car giant Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4 million vehicles in the US after security researchers showed that one of its cars could be hacked.
Why the row between Greece and Germany is like a lovers' tiff :: Why the row between Germany and Greece is like a lovers' tiff
VIDEO: What has Obama done for Africa? :: When Barack Obama came to power in 2009, there were high hopes for relations between Africa and the US, but has the president delivered?
Pluto may have 'nitrogen glaciers' :: Pluto would appear to have glaciers of nitrogen ice, the latest pictures from the New Horizons probe suggest.
Mexico jails Guzman prison guards :: A Mexican judge jails three prison officers while an inquiry continues into the escape of drug cartel head Joaquin Guzman.
20 priceless monuments you'll never see ::
Trump tops CNN poll of 2016 Republicans, says he leads 'movement' :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/IR1O-jg_K3c/story01.htm
Johnson, Martinez, Smoltz, Biggio enter Hall of Fame :: COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) -- Three pitchers who became dominant after trades and a rock-solid catcher-turned-second baseman have a new moniker - Hall of Famer....
Turkish jets hit PKK targets in Iraq after soldiers killed: sources :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/PHEo4VsAo20/story01.htm
VIDEO: Taiwan: China progress 'disappointing' :: Speaking in a rare interview with the BBC, Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou says he is disappointed there has been no reliable progress towards democracy on mainland China.
VIDEO: On the frontline with Ukraine troops :: The BBC has witnessed more heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine as rebel forces appeared to attack Ukrainian army positions with mortars and a tank on part of the frontline in the east of the country.
Lord Sewel claims dominate front pages :: Allegations against Lords Deputy Speaker Lord Sewel, and Chris Froome's Tour de France victory, dominate the papers.
Train derailed after hitting cows :: A passenger train in Kent is derailed when it hits cows that had wandered on to the line.