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The number of people shot dead by US police is twice as high as official figures show, suggests data gathered by The Washington Post newspaper.
The US Senate is to hold an urgent session to consider extending the controversial Patriot Act on domestic surveillance, which is set to expire at midnight.
Thousands of people turn out to cheer on a victory parade celebrating Arsenal's FA Cup final win
Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper makes a veiled attack on her rivals, as Andy Burnham warns the party faces irrelevance.
Uefa president Michel Platini must show strong leadership to unite Europe behind a boycott of the 2018 World Cup, says Greg Dyke.
Thousands of schools damaged during April's devastating earthquake in Nepal have begun to re-open.
Officials in Coventry are taking advantage of a change in road traffic laws which allow it to turn part of the city's ring road into a race track.
Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill lies in fourth place ahead of the final two events of her first heptathlon since London 2012.
The health service plans to "clamp down on some of the staffing agencies ripping off the NHS", the chief executive of NHS England says.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is taken to hospital in Switzerland with a likely leg injury after a bicycle crash in the French Alps.
UK banks Barclays and Standard Chartered have begun internal reviews into whether they were used for corrupt payments by Fifa officials, the BBC understands.
A "violent" criminal who escaped from prison could have fled to Spain, police have said.
Winnie Blagden and her carer Darren Pinder show some of her birthday cards, after a successful BBC Radio Sheffield campaign for her 100th birthday resulted in thousands of greetings.
Oscar and Bafta-winning costume designer Julie Harris, who designed clothes for the Beatles and Sir Roger Moore's James Bond dies in London, aged 94.
Thousands of schools damaged during April's devastating earthquake in Nepal are beginning to re-open.
Police investigating the murder of professional boxer Eamonn Magee Jr are continuing to question a 32-year-old man about the killing.
Two people who went for a swim off Kirkwall in Orkney are rescued by coastguard crews after struggling in the sea for 40 minutes.
A 47-year-old Hawaii man dies after being impaled by a swordfish he apparently tried to catch after spotting it swimming in the harbour.
Organisers apologise after mountain rescuers have to round up children who got lost on a fun run and ran more than double the distance.
Former Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind says Russia's ban on some leading Europeans shows sanctions against the country are working.