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Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says he believes there is "100% chance of success" in reaching agreement on the Greek bailout.
The sister of Dylann Roof, who is charged with killing 9 people at a black church in South Carolina, launches an appeal to raise money for her wedding.
BBC Sport's tennis experts on whether British number one Heather Watson has any chance against five-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams.
A woman who absconded from prison four days ago is being treated as a wanted person by police.
Britain First, an offshoot of the BNP, has topped the Electoral Commission's donations league table for smaller parties.
Greece will need an extra 50bn euros over the next three years to stabilise its finances even under the existing, disputed bailout plans, the IMF says.
Belfast law firm Tughans had £7m in a bank account following a property deal, it has been claimed.
After England’s agonising exit from the Women’s World Cup, is the country forever fated to fail on football’s biggest stage?
The BBC's Robert Peston attempts to explain the Greek debt crisis - from the Greek point of view.
Raised levels of the hormones testosterone and cortisol can make traders take more risks, which could create instability in financial markets, a study suggests.
Campaign group Amnesty International calls for an independent inquiry after it is confirmed it was spied on by British surveillance agency GCHQ.
At least 12 people have been killed in Pakistan after a train carrying hundreds of soldiers derails and plunges into a canal.
Islamic State publishes photographs of militants destroying what it says are six statues looted from the ancient ruins of Palmyra in Syria.
The Royal Opera House's production of William Tell, which was booed on its opening night because of a nude rape scene, is given a 15 certificate for cinema screenings.
Publicly, the radical left Syriza party is maintaining a unified No before Sunday's referendum, but will the unity remain after the vote?
A mother whose son died at a disused quarry in Fife is leading a campaign to buy it in a bid to make it safe.
The government says it will give a "veto" to English MPs on laws that don't affect Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Where has this issue come from?
A Liverpool fan who escaped the crush at Hillsborough asked goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar to stop the match, the inquests into the tragedy hear.
Unprecedented June heat breaks records in four continents across the globe. Darren Bett reports.
Ministers are considering forcing all housing benefit recipients to contribute towards their rent as part of efforts to save £12bn from the welfare bill, the BBC learns.