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The bodies of nine more Britons killed in the Tunisian beach massacre arrive at the Tunis military airbase ready to be flown back to the UK.
The British team suffers a major blow as injury forces Northern Ireland's Bethany Firth out of big Glasgow competition.
Lord Dubs, a Czech-born British Labour Party politician, recalls how Sir Nicholas Winton rescued him from the Nazi regime.
The UN Security Council imposes sanctions on six generals accused of fuelling the 18-month conflict in South Sudan, the world's newest state.
From machines that can help around the house, to ones that could be used as sales assistants, robots can change the way we live our lives.
The former Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen apologises for 'hardship and distress" caused by the Irish financial crisis which began during his tenure.
Swiss adventurer Andre Borschberg breaks the record for the longest ever non-stop solo-flight without refuelling, as his solar-powered plane continues to reach across the Pacific.
The hot weather may be the cause of the "mysterious case of melting oars" at Henley regatta, say organisers.
Twelve suspects have been arrested in connection with Friday's deadly attack on a Tunisian resort by Islamic State, an official says.
The US has asked Switzerland to extradite seven Fifa officials arrested on corruption charges in May, Swiss authorities say.
A man is taken to hospital after a serious assault in Belfast, during which it is believed he was stabbed.
Dixons Carphone has signed a deal with US telecoms firm Sprint that will see it open and manage Sprint-branded stores in the US.
Some UK local authorities say they are struggling to cope with the large increase in the number of children seeking asylum.
Limited ferry services resume between Dover and Calais after a strike by French ferry workers caused three days of disruption across the Channel.
A family of 12 from Luton that includes a baby and two grandparents are believed to have travelled to Syria after going missing.
The annual rate of house price growth slowed again last month, the Nationwide building society says, falling to a two-year low of 3.3%.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a mother and child who have been reported missing in Edinburgh.
Manchester United try to offload Van Persie, Barcelona bid £56.7m for Pogba, Leicester want Bolton boss Lennon, plus more.
The Indonesia military plane that crashed in a residential part of Medan likely suffered an engine failure, a top military official tells the BBC.
A 22-year-old worker is grabbed and killed by a robot at a VW car factory in Germany.