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Tunisia's prime minister vows to close down 80 mosques accused of inciting violence, after a beach attack that killed dozens of tourists.
On a family hunt for the now rarely-seen stag beetle
Carlos Tevez scores the winning spot-kick as Argentina beat Colombia on penalties to reach the Copa America semi-finals.
Captain Carli Lloyd scores the winner as USA beat China in Ottawa to set up a semi-final with Germany on Tuesday.
Seagrasses - the underwater plants that act as nursery grounds for young fish - need more protection, according to Welsh scientists.
Legislation approved in Brazil's largest city, Sao Paulo, bans the production and sale of foie gras
Former Manchester United, Manchester City and West Ham striker Carlos Tevez rejoins Boca Juniors from Juventus.
Canada are feeling the pressure of being hosts before their World Cup quarter-final, says England boss Mark Sampson.
Russia's challenge to western interests and values could require a rethinking of the strategy that has guided western policy since the end of the Cold War, writes PJ Crowley.
Cyclists get dedicated lanes in traffic-mad Sao Paulo
Why are this year's films smashing box-office records?
Why Patrick Macnee was last great bowler hat-wearer
A postman is hailed a hero after rescuing a woman who was trapped under her car in the Scottish Borders for two hours.
Armed Force's Day celebrations are to be held in several towns and cities across Scotland.
Two thirds of ferry services on the west coast of Scotland have been suspended as RMT union members in Caledonian MacBrayne's workforce stage a 24-hour strike.
How Britain's newspapers report a day of terrorist outrages. Some of the front pages contain images some viewers may find distressing.
An Indian entrepreneur has come up with a female urination device that helps women stand and pee.
Two-time winners Germany beat France on penalties to reach the semi-finals of the Women's World Cup in Montreal.
The 2019 World Cup in England will remain as a 10-team event, hampering Ireland's bid for a fourth successive appearance.
Greece will hold referendum on controversial bailout deal with foreign creditors, PM Alexis Tsipras says