Mark Cavendish loses the final stage by inches as Dylan van Baarle wins the overall Tour of Britain, with Sir Bradley Wiggins third.
Kim Hyo-Joo beats Karrie Webb to win the Evian Championship and become the third youngest major champion on the LPGA Tour.
Pope Francis marries 20 Italian couples at the Vatican, including some who were cohabiting, one of them with a child.
A woman is found dead in a hotel room and the body of a man, believed to be her partner, is found later on a railway line.
A hospital in the Iraqi city of Falluja, which is under the control of Islamic State fighters, has been hit by government shelling, reports say.
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A photographer says he is told he is unlikely to recover the sight in one eye after he had petrol thrown in his face in an alleged hate crime attack.
A statue of the singer Amy Winehouse, who died in 2011, has been unveiled in Camden, north London, on what would have been her 31st birthday.
TB Joshua, one of Nigeria's best known preachers and televangelists, says a small plane circled over a guesthouse in Lagos before it collapsed.
An American man in North Korea is sentenced to six years of hard labour for "hostile" acts against Pyongyang, state media say.
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PM David Cameron says the murder of David Haines is an "act of pure evil", after the release of a video appearing to show the UK hostage's beheading.
The killing of British hostage David Haines by Islamist fanatics makes the electronic versions of British papers, while the print editions lead initially on Scotland.
PM Tony Abbott says Australia is sending 600 troops to the Middle East ahead of possible combat operations against Islamic State in Iraq.
Both sides in the referendum debate say they are working for every vote on the final weekend before Scotland goes to the polls.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to speak in Berlin at a mass rally against anti-Semitism, amid a sharp rise in attacks on the Jewish community.
The rights of victims of crime in England and Wales are to be enshrined in law, the justice secretary says.
Sweden is set to vote in its parliamentary election, with opinion polls suggesting the Social Democrats may regain power.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf sacks 10 government officials who are "out of the country without an excuse," amid a national Ebola crisis.
In a significant step forward for shark conservation, all trade in five named species is to be regulated from today.