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An Irish woman is believed to be among at least 28 people killed in Tunisia in an attack on a beach near two tourist hotels.
London Welsh are leaving Oxford and returning to Old Deer Park in south-west London for their 2015-16 home games.
A security officer is jailed for 20 months after smuggling a camera into a high security hospital to try and sell photos of Ian Brady.
Greece must make a payment of €1.5bn to the IMF by the end of June, a repayment of the first bailout loan, but it is by no means certain that it can do so.
Sam Querrey beats Alexandr Dolgopolov to join Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin in the final of the Nottingham Open.
Agnieszka Radwanska will meet Belinda Bencic in the Eastbourne International final after a three-set win over Sloane Stephens.
A chemistry teacher who engaged in sexual activity near student accommodation during a Cuba trip is banned from the profession.
Police have acted against an online ticket firm's website after hundreds of Taylor Swift fans were left without tickets they had paid for.
A Swansea family is caught up in the deadly attack on a beach in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse.
Museum staff are trying to find a little boy who was "devastated" after accidentally smashing a historic jug.
Greece's creditors offer to extend the country's bailout deal so it can avoid defaulting on its debt, providing it agrees to economic reforms.
David Cameron's EU referendum strategy is revealed in a leaked note, the Guardian claims, as the PM says he can get a "new deal" for Britain.