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Three people have died in a house fire in Derbyshire, police say.
Thousands of cyclists in Northern Ireland are taking part in a Giro d'Italia spin-off event on Sunday.
A man in his 20s is in a critical condition after being assaulted in south Belfast on Saturday night.
A man dies after his motorbike collides with a car on an unclassified road in Aberdeenshire.
Two teenage boys are arrested as 300 people attend a private house party in east London.
India's PM Narendra Modi is hoping World Yoga Day boosts the country's image abroad - and perhaps his own, the BBC's Justin Rowlatt writes.
More than 20,000 gather at Stonehenge to mark this year's summer solstice, police say.
Police are treating the death of a 34-year-old man in Hamilton on Friday evening as murder.
Unbeaten Andre Ward's return after 19 months out ends in a convincing win over Britain's Paul Smith in California.
Welsh family ties shaped Julia Gillard's politics which led her to become Australia's first female prime minister, she tells BBC Wales while reflecting on her father's life in the Neath Valley.
Thousands of revellers have been marking the Summer solstice, the longest day of the year, by watching the sun rise over Stonehenge.
Wingsuits are a relatively recent invention, but the extreme sport's popularity is booming and 2105 saw the inaugural Wingsuit World Cup held in Wiltshire.
Manchester United close in on Schweinsteiger, Manchester City to make £50m Sterling bid, new deal for Wilshere, plus more.
The moment news of Napoleon's defeat reached the shores of Britain in 1815 is being re-enacted, concluding a week of commemorations.
Somali jihadist group al-Shabab launches a major attack on an intelligence headquarters in the capital Mogadishu.
Plans to create more seven-day services across the NHS in England are being put in jeopardy because of cuts to senior nurse posts, the Royal College of Nursing warns.
Russian state accounts frozen by Belgium in a move condemned by Moscow have been unblocked, Belgium's foreign minister says
The African-American church in which nine parishioners were shot dead in South Carolina is to reopen for services on Sunday.
The UK commitment to a rapid reaction force being set up by Nato is to be extended by three years, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
Thousands attend a mass yoga session in the Indian capital, Delhi, to mark the first International Yoga Day.