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A man is charged with murdering a woman who was stabbed multiple times near a horse sanctuary.
The Official Chart Show on BBC Radio 1 will be broadcast for a final time on Sunday, before moving to Fridays on 10 July, to tie in with the new global music release day.
Chancellor George Osborne needs to carry out an "ambitious" tax reform agenda in his Budget on Wednesday, the Institute of Directors (IoD) has said.
In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray answers questions on Wimbledon, cats versus dogs and his film star lookalikes.
A man dies after attempting to rescue two teenage girls who got into difficulty in the sea in Gwynedd.
At least £6m in an Isle of Man bank account was intended to facilitate payments to deal makers involved in the sale of the Nama Northern Ireland property portfolio, the BBC understands.
A group of people are travelling from Leeds to London to retrace the steps of three bombers who carried out the 7th of July bombings.
The Tall Ships are leaving Belfast, ending the four-day maritime festival.
Three men suffering from mild hypothermia are rescued after their boat capsized off the Pembrokeshire coast.
Grey-haired, bespectacled and unknown, David Steele defied Australia so effectively in the 1975 Ashes he was voted Sports Personality of the Year.
The four Labour leadership contenders will put their cases to party members at a hustings in Cardiff later.
The pollen count is an important part of the weather forecast for the estimated 31 million people who suffer from hayfever.
Tennis Australia drops Bernard Tomic for the Davis Cup tie against Kazakhstan after he criticises the organisation.
The BBC's M Ilyas Khan says that enthusiasm for insurgency among former Kashmiri militants in the Pakistan-held part of the territory is beginning to wane.
Mark Lowen explains the background and implications of Sunday's vote on the Greek debt crisis, from a beach near Athens.
The president of Tunisia announces a state of emergency following last week's deadly attack at the Sousse tourist resort.
Thousands of USA football fans have made the trip to Vancouver, Canada, to see if their team can win the Women's World Cup for the first time since 1999.
Chancellor George Osborne will use Wednesday's Budget to announce a clampdown on "taxpayer-funded subsidies" for higher earners living in social housing.
Millions of Greeks prepare to vote in a referendum on whether to accept the terms of an international bailout.
US actress and model Diana Douglas, the first wife of actor Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, has died aged 92, her family says.