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The trailer for Spectre, the new James Bond film, has set social media abuzz
Jeremy Corbyn says his leadership campaign is going "extremely well" but that talk of him winning the contest is "a bit premature".
Ex-Labour Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett has described herself as a "moron" for nominating Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour leadership contest.
Objects used by mass killer Anders Behring Breivik go on show in Norway amid fears the display could attract sympathizers.
A team from Japan wins the child-sized humanoid football final at the RoboCup World Championships in China.
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has his passport returned to him after more than four years.
Family members pay tribute to Jean Charles de Menezes at the Tube station where he was shot dead by police 10 years ago.
A painting by a renowned South African artist, auctioned to help fund Nelson Mandela's legal defence in the 1960s, is rediscovered in a London flat.
The Irish president warns of the dangers of radicalisation on a visit to a peace centre dedicated to the memory of two IRA bomb victims.
Bank of England policymakers were unanimous in holding UK rates at 0.5% this month, but "a number" noted rising inflation risks.
Lewis Hamilton says he will carry Jules Bianchi in his thoughts after the funeral of the French F1 driver took place in Nice.
Measures against the spread of TB in cattle are starting to show results, the chief veterinary officer for Wales says.
Eight people are arrested after cocaine worth about £70m destined for sale in London and the home counties, is seized in Essex.
Should the UK pay reparations for the years of colonial rule?
Four Chelsea fans accused of refusing to allow a black man on to the Paris Metro are banned from attending football matches for up to five years.
The High Court orders a second inquest to be held into the events surrounding the death of a 13-month-old baby from Cumbria.
Popular tourist attractions could be hit by strikes following a proposed pay cut for staff at National Museum Wales.
Two women lose their legal challenge at the Court of Appeal to the Health Secretary's policy of not allowing abortions on the NHS for women who travel to England and Wales from Northern Ireland.
Farmers in north and west France have blocked roads in protest at falling prices, hours before the government was due to announce emergency aid.
San Antonio Spurs' Becky Hammon becomes the first female head coach to win an NBA summer league title.