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Car sales fall hits US spending
A large drop in car sales contributes to a 0.1% fall in US retail sales in July compared with the previous month.



Day in pictures
Striking images from around the world



China defends Olympic miming
An official defends the decision to replace a girl in the Olympics ceremony with another deemed to have more suitable looks.



US candidates back Sinatra songs
Frank Sinatra is the only artist to feature among the top 10 favourite songs of both US presidential candidates, it is revealed.



On the brink
Sensitive time for deadly Lebanon bus bombing



Venezuela lifts basic food prices
Prices of basic foods from bread to beef rise by up to 50% in Venezuela after the government eases price controls.



Iraq contractors 'cost US $85bn'
The US has spent $85bn on contractors in Iraq and neighbouring countries since 2003, an offical report finds.



Pope pilgrims seek Australia home
Pilgrims who travelled to Australia to see the Pope on his July visit, are now applying for political asylum there.



Unabomber in cabin show complaint
The Unabomber complains to the courts after learning that the cabin where he lived is a public exhibit.



Russian tanks patrol Georgia town
Violence has flared up in Georgia, where Russian tanks have been seen in the town of Gori, says a BBC correspondent near the scene.