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Taylor Swift is joined on stage by Cara Delevigne, Serena Williams and Kendall Jenner as she wraps up her UK tour.
A bus carrying 34 British children and seven adults crashes in Belgium, with at least one fatality, according to local reports.
Police are hunting for two men in connection with a serious sexual assault on a 34 year old woman in Hull city centre.
The BBC's Andrew Marr speaks to Sir David Attenborough about his meeting with US President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington.
A couple from County Westmeath have died in Friday's terror attack in Tunisia, bringing the number of Irish people killed to three.
Irish jockey Eddie Creighton is "responsive" after coming out of an induced coma following a fall during a race in Australia.
Musician David Crosby says his friend Joni Mitchell is still unable to speak after being found unconscious in her home two months ago.
The European Central Bank is expected to end emergency lending to Greece's banks on Sunday, the BBC understands
The European Central Bank's governing council is expected to turn off Emergency Liquidity Assistance for Greek banks, or life-preserving loans to them, at its meeting later, according to well-placed sources.
Scottish ministers take part in a resilience meeting to discuss the ongoing response to the terrorist attack in Tunisia
According to new research, poor children - especially boys - are falling behind in reading and writing.
There is a "possibility" some of those killed in the Tunisia terrorist attack came from Wales, First Minister Carwyn Jones warns.
The organisers of a party at a water park in Taiwan are questioned after 516 people were injured when a fire suddenly erupted among the crowds.
The National Theatre play whose title is too rude to print
A Labour leadership candidate says he knew Wales was getting an unfairly low share of UK spending while he was a Treasury minister eight years ago.
Tributes are paid as more details emerge of the victims of the Tunisia attack which left 38 dead, including 15 Britons.
Marchers in the Tunisian town of Sousse condemn the killing of 38 people, mostly tourists, by a militant on a nearby beach.
What happens to RAF bases when the military leaves?
Cash on fire, fake divorce stunt and the week's other trends
England's women have matched their male counterparts from 1966 and 1990 by reaching a World Cup semi-final, says boss Mark Sampson.