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The US is "aiding and abetting" the Boko Haram Islamist militant group by refusing to provide weapons to Nigeria, President Buhari says.
Archaeologists working in northern Guatemala uncover three well-preserved Mayan panels dating back around 1,400 years.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho defends "tired" goalkeeper Asmir Begovic after he conceded four goals on his debut.
Labour former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Prescott criticises Tony Blair's intervention in the Labour leadership contest, telling him to "calm down".
The publisher of the Daily Mail has lowered its profits guidance after continued falls in print advertising revenues.
Kingfisher, the owner of DIY chains B&Q, Screwfix and Castorama, says sales growth in the UK and France has accelerated in recent weeks.
Players clash and objects are thrown from the stands as Mexico win a controversial Gold Cup semi-final against Panama.
At least 15 people die as a cargo vessel collides with a passenger boat on the River Nile in Egypt.
A bag carrying NZ$1m (£425,000) is missing after it fell while being carried from an airplane at Hong Kong International Airport.
With talk of relapses, morons, heart transplants and comparisons to Millwall Football Club, just what is happening to Labour?
Sean Rigg's sister says the systematic failures in the police are "extraordinary" and families of those who have died in custody "shouldn't have to be campaigning" to get justice.
Man Utd forward Memphis Depay says his new boss Louis van Gaal is a "great manager" who can make players better.
Astronauts from Russia, the US and Japan have successfully docked at the International Space Station.
Man City are prepared to break the British transfer record to sign Kevin de Bruyne for £60, Pedro moves a step closer to Man Utd, plus more.
Labour leadership contender Liz Kendall dismisses calls for her to pull out of the race and back another candidate to stop Jeremy Corbyn winning.
Sir Ben Ainslie will begin Britain's bid to win the 35th America's Cup as the opening leg of the series gets under way in Portsmouth.
A girl who dived off a pier and landed on part of the harbour wall is taken to hospital with spinal injuries.
A new batch of files referring to allegations of abuse at Kincora Boys' Home in east Belfast is released by the government.
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More people will be driven further into poverty unless Welsh policymakers react to a shake-up of the UK's welfare system, a think-tank warns.