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The priorities of the police, a warning about overworked GPs and the shooting of a country's most famous lion are on the front pages.
A couple who modernised their home in a naturist village can stay in their chalet after winning a court battle against their landlord.
Ukraine bans French actor Gerard Depardieu from entering the country for five years, apparently for supporting Russia's annexation of Crimea, Ukrainian media say.
Mexico sack coach Miguel Herrera after allegations that he punched a journalist two days after the country's Gold Cup win.
A fire started by an exploding gas canister kills at least 25 people in the Egyptian capital Cairo, officials say.
Twitter's revenue and earnings for the second quarter have beaten expectations, but co founder Jack Dorsey says he is "not satisfied" with its user growth.
Authorities in Milwaukee are search for what appears to be a lion, after grainy footage of a large animal was captured by a member of the public.
Two Green Party candidates from Basingstoke are refused a judicial review over their plans to become job-share MPs.
A 23-year-old man is charged with plotting to detonate a bomb packed with nails on a beach in Florida, according to the FBI.
Disneyland Paris is facing a pricing probe following accusations that UK and German customers are being frozen out of promotion available in other European member states.
Investigators have said a Virgin Galactic spaceship crash was caused by structural failure after the co-pilot unlocked a braking system early.
Have the 'water mafia' taken over Delhi's supplies?
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game NFL ban for his role in deflating footballs is upheld after an appeal.
The Peruvian Army says it has rescued 39 people - most of them children - from a farm where Shining Path rebels kept them as slave workers.
A former New York prison worker pleads guilty to charges that she helped two convicted killers escape.
Jonathan Pollard, jailed in the US for 30 years for spying for Israel, is to be freed on parole in November, his lawyers say.
Britain's Jack Laugher and Chris Mears win bronze in the synchronised 3m springboard at the World Aquatics Championships.
Rolls-Royce, the engine and turbine maker, is to invest up to £60m in its Renfrewshire manufacturing plant.
Some 2,000 migrants tried to enter the Channel Tunnel terminal in Calais on Monday night in an attempt to reach the UK, operator Eurotunnel has said.
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness says his meeting White House officials about the Stormont crisis was positive and encouraging despite DUP claims it was a waste of time.