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A south Wales couple get engaged in Tunisia hours after a gunman murdered 38 people, saying they did not want the killer to stop them.
Stock markets in Europe and Asia see big falls as Greece closes its banks and imposes capital controls.
Elections are being held in Burundi despite an opposition boycott and weeks of protest over President Pierre Nkurunziza's plan to seek a third term.
Taliban militants in Afghanistan have killed at least 11 soldiers in an ambush in western Herat province, police tell the BBC.
A man is charged with murder after a pedestrian dies after being struck by a van in a Hertfordshire village.
The Irish Department of Foreign Affairs confirms it is providing consular assistance to the family of a Newry man who has died in Qatar.
Schoolchildren involved in a coach crash in Belgium in which a driver died return to Essex.
A woman is raped in Berkshire after becoming separated from her boyfriend.
The gunman who killed 38 at a beach near the Tunisian city of Sousse had help in carrying out the attack, officials have said.
Councillors are expected to consider a fracking application for a second site in Lancashire later.
The British singer wins best new artist at this year's BET Awards in LA but isn't there to pick it up.
The number of dog attacks on postal workers has fallen by 10% in the past year to just under 3,000, Royal Mail says.
A £10m investment to improve NHS care in Wales for major health conditions like cancer and diabetes is announced.
A British couple who were on the Tunisian beach at the time of the terrorist attack have said staff at their hotel were "prepared to take the bullets for us".
Tributes are paid to the three Irish people killed in Friday's terror attack in Tunisia, as further details emerge about them.
Justin Gatlin becomes the fifth-fastest 200m runner in history as he wins Sunday's final at the American Athletics Championships.
Britain is "united in shock and grief", the prime minister says, as it emerged the British death toll in the Tunisian attack will rise above 30.
The Israeli Navy intercepts a Gaza-bound vessel with activists and forces it to sail to an Israeli port, the military says.
Greek banks will remain closed until 7 July with cash withdrawals limited to €60 a day, the government says, amid fears of a default.
A survivor of a fire which tore through a party in a Taiwanese amusement park describes "chaotic scenes" as crowds attempted to escape the flames.