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The body of a man is found in the search for a pensioner from Wales missing on the Isle of Wight.
US retailer Macy's ends its relationship with Donald Trump over controversial remarks made by the Republican presidential candidate about Mexicans.
British number one Heather Watson beats Daniela Hantuchova to reach the third round at Wimbledon for the first time since 2012.
The United Kingdom has lots of defences in place and also "very limited" exposure to Greece, should the country's crisis worsen, the governor of the Bank of England has said.
Hamilton must improve to be an F1 great & McLaren are "badly managed" - Eddie Jordan answers your questions. Explosively.
Oil giant Shell is fined thousands of pounds after a diesel leak on board a North Sea platform.
Sir Nicholas Winton, who organised the rescue of 669 children destined for Nazi concentration camps, dies aged 106
An African-American church once targeted by the Ku Klux Klan has been burned down again, the latest in a series of blazes at black churches in the US south.
Two more cases of Ebola are confirmed in the Liberian village where a teenager died on Sunday - the first case for seven weeks.
A look at the life of Sir Nicholas Winton, who has died aged 106
The UK could revisit its decision not to carry out airstrikes on so-called Islamic State militants in Syria in the wake of the deadly Tunisian attack, the defence secretary says.
Denmark's new centre-right government - backed by an anti-EU party - says social benefits for asylum-seekers will be reduced.
Tens of thousands of people in Hong Kong attend a pro-democracy rally to mark the 18th anniversary of Britain handing the territory back to China.
Soul star Lionel Richie heads to number one in the album chart as he enjoys a post-Glastonbury sales boost.
Caffeine supplements branded as diet pills should be better regulated, a pharmaceutical body says after a man died after taking the tablets.
Temperatures are rising across Europe and while the sun is out so are the heatwave health warnings.
The bodies of eight British tourists killed in Friday's attack in Sousse, Tunisia, arrive back in the UK.
ScotRail says it will be reducing its rail services on Sundays because it does not have enough drivers.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic makes short work of Finland's Jarkko Nieminen in 34C heat on Centre Court at Wimbledon.
Google says it is "appalled" that its Photos app mislabelled several photos of a black American couple as showing gorillas.