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Australia's Shane Watson believes the "inside information" of new coach Trevor Bayliss could give England an Ashes "edge".
Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama defies protesters to open a Buddhist community centre in Aldershot.
Nine men on a stag-do are plucked from mudflats after grounding their cruiser in a lake in Great Yarmouth.
There's been an exodus of tourists from Tunisia after an Islamist gunman killed 38 in a single attack. Will they ever return?
Why the entire eurozone may be threatened by a Greek exit from the euro.
Tunisia has made its first arrests over the massacre of 38 people, mainly tourists, at the beach resort of Sousse on Friday, the Tunisian interior minister says.
Two prisoners escape from India's maximum security Tihar jail by digging a tunnel under a wall and scaling another.
A solar-powered plane has passed the "point of no return" in its second bid at making a record-breaking flight across the Pacific Ocean.
The BBC's Daniel Sandford reports on the dangers facing tourists from the global terror threat, in the wake of a fatal gun attack on a beach resort in Tunisia.
Liz Dux, a solicitor for some of Lord Janner's alleged victims, has said they are "absolutely delighted" he will be prosecuted over claims of historical child abuse.
Who came out against Facebook's gay pride flag filter?
Home Secretary Theresa May has visited the scene of the attack in which at least 30 Britons were killed.
Top lawyer in Texas vows to support state workers who refuse to marry gay couples on religious grounds after US Supreme Court legalised gay marriage.
A punter in Aberdeen places a bet of £50,000 on Andy Murray to win Wimbledon.
A fourteen-year-old boy admits stabbing a supply teacher in a school classroom in Bradford.
As crunch time nears for an Iran nuclear deal, Washington heavyweights are piling on the pressure which could scupper an accord, writes the BBC's state department correspondent Barbara Plett Usher.
The European television rights for the Olympic Games are awarded to Eurosport and its parent channel in a $1.45 billion deal.
A Bolivian minister says that the Pope has requested to chew coca leaves, which are considered sacred by many in Bolivia, on his forthcoming trip there.
A burst water main floods properties and closes a road in south London.
The European Commission chief, Jean-Claude Juncker, attacks the Greek government, saying he feels "betrayed" by "egotism" and "populism" in the failed debt talks.