The BBC looks at the lives of refugees who have fled the conflict in Syria, now living in the neighbouring countries of Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.
In a speech in new Orleans to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, US President Barack Obama describes the storm as a natural disaster that "became a man-made disaster".
US president Barack Obama is set to visit New Orleans, saying the city is "moving forward" 10 years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
Southampton lose 1-0 to Midtjylland in their Europa League play-off second leg and miss out on the group stage.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says safety is paramount as George North returns to win his 50th cap after five months out.
Manchester City make an "astonishing" wage offer to winger Kevin de Bruyne, Wolfsburg's director of sport says.
Shares rise and oil prices jump 10% after revised figures show the US economy grew by far more than previously thought between April and June.
Saudi Arabia announces four more deaths from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), bringing the number of deaths in the past week to 17.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu's daughter Canon Mpho Tutu speaks about her father's health, saying she passes on hugs and kisses from well-wishers.
The decomposing bodies of between 20 and 50 migrants have been found in a lorry abandoned in eastern Austria, near the Hungarian border, police say.
A British man described as a "top cyber jihadist" has been killed in a military drone strike in Syria, US officials say.
Arsenal are drawn against Bayern Munich as English clubs find out who they will face in the Champions League group stage.
Tap water in 80,000 homes in Lancashire is declared safe to drink, after a bug left residents boiling water for three weeks.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump hits back at accusations he wears a toupee at a rally in Greenville, South Carolina.
Everton reject a transfer request from defender and Chelsea target John Stones, says chairman Bill Kenwright.
Britain's world number three Andy Murray is drawn against Australian Nick Kyrgios in the first round of the US Open.
Net migration to the UK is at an all-time high, reaching 330,000 in the year to March, as the government calls the figures "deeply disappointing".
The Ukrainian government announces a debt restructuring deal with creditors including a 20% write-off, saving the conflict-hit country from default.
Nicola Sturgeon calls for the BBC to greatly enhance its presence in Scotland, with a new Scottish TV station and a second English-language radio station.
Performing Rights Society for Music (PRS) says it will pursue Soundcloud "through the courts" for unpaid royalties.