Prayers are held in South Carolina and across the US after the killing of nine people at an African-American church in Charleston.
A driving instructor who was photographed asleep in a car with a learner at the wheel is sacked.
A group of eight Brazilian senators on a visit to Venezuela to meet a jailed opposition leader say they had to flee after their bus was attacked.
A funfair that formed the centrepiece of seaside days out for generations of day-trippers to Kent is reopening after an £18m restoration.
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A yarn bomber in a Hertfordshire town says vandals who repeatedly remove her woollen artwork and throw it around are doing her "a big favour".
From the beginning of next month, head teachers will be expected to play a much bigger part in preventing extremism.
Thailand confirms its first case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), the deadly virus that has killed 24 people in South Korea.
Entourage stars laugh in the face of critics
Doctors urge the government to make an effective new stroke treatment more widely available across Scotland.
The public transport system is failing the oldest and most vulnerable in society in England, with many never using it, a report says.
Scotland's largest council is forecasting that it may need to make a further £100m of cuts and savings in the next two years.
Nominations are to close later in the contest to replace Jim Murphy as Scottish Labour leader and to choose a new deputy leader.
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New insight into mass sinking of WW1 ships
Get close to a 'most ambitious game'
Hospital inspectors had to intervene to stop two patients on trolleys in a corridor colliding at a "severely overcrowded" A&E, a report reveals.
Black churches played a central role in the civil-rights struggle
Eton College is going to launch online tutorials for schools in China.
Many female scientists in the past were not given credit for their achievements - here are just a few of them.