Two thirds of ferry services on the west coast of Scotland have been suspended as RMT union members in Caledonian MacBrayne's workforce stage a 24-hour strike.
How Britain's newspapers report a day of terrorist outrages. Some of the front pages contain images some viewers may find distressing.
An Indian entrepreneur has come up with a female urination device that helps women stand and pee.
Two-time winners Germany beat France on penalties to reach the semi-finals of the Women's World Cup in Montreal.
The 2019 World Cup in England will remain as a 10-team event, hampering Ireland's bid for a fourth successive appearance.
Greece will hold referendum on controversial bailout deal with foreign creditors, PM Alexis Tsipras says
President Obama concludes the eulogy in Charleston for his friend, the Reverend Clementa Pinckney, by leading the congregation in singing the hymn, Amazing Grace.
John Roberts and Antonin Scalia condemn the Supreme Court's marriage equality decision with decidedly different styles.
A 20-year-old woman injured in the Alton Towers Smiler rollercoaster crash has had her leg amputated, her lawyers say.
One of two escaped murderers has been killed after spending weeks on the run from authorities in New York.
The government criticises a group of MPs for downplaying the seriousness of the "Trojan Horse" events in Birmingham schools.
The good-looking gorilla that captivated women in Japan and beyond
Holders Leeds make sure of their place in the Challenge Cup semi-finals with a comfortable win over a brave but wasteful Hull FC.
Can Aston Martin's £1.5m car rev up its fortunes?
All no balls will result in a free hit under changes to one-day international and Twenty20 playing conditions.
US President Obama has urged an end to the flying of the Confederate flag, at the funeral for one of the victims of the Charleston shooting.
Will Shane Watson and Mitchell Johnson hold off their respective challengers to join Steve Smith in Australia's team for the first Ashes Test?
A farmer who built a mock-Tudor castle without planning permission fails to demolish it despite a court order.
At least five Britons are among 37 people believed dead after an attack on a beach near the popular Tunisian resort town of Sousse.
The Libertines play the Glastonbury Festival after being revealed as the "secret" guests who are performing before Florence and the Machine.