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The US says it will resume security assistance to Bahrain, despite criticism from some human rights groups.
Britain's Liam Broady does not expect his thrilling first-round victory at Wimbledon to heal a rift with his father.
A DJ who underwent gender reassignment is returning to mainstream radio after a year-long break.
England captain Steph Houghton says her team's World Cup semi-final against Japan is the biggest game in English women's football history.
A car bomb attack strikes the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, causing an unknown number of casualties, officials say.
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Imen Kechiche Guiga was working in her office near the hotel reception when the Tunisia beach attack violence erupted, she saw the gunman and was injured by grenade fragments.
Does history change all at once? June 2015 certainly had its singular historic moments - but almost all were the outcome of long-term forces and long-fought battles, say Nick Bryant.
Investigators say they have been waiting for three months to interview Mexican soldiers over the disappearance last year of 43 students.
David Cameron has announced what he called a "full-spectrum response" to the attack on British citizens at a resort in Tunisia on Friday.
Manchester United make a £28.6m bid for Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, and believe the Spain international wants to leave.
Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova on defending her title, life in the village - and why you don't get to keep the trophy for long.
A former Birmingham City footballer and his wife are among those killed in the Tunisian beach attack, the BBC understands.
One of the last three remaining deep coal mines in the UK is to be closed by the end of the week, with the loss of 430 jobs
Andy Murray begins his bid to reclaim the Wimbledon title he won in 2013 against Mikhail Kukushkin on Tuesday.
A new Audrey Hepburn exhibition in London contains photos from the personal collection of her two sons.
Facebook opens its first headquarters in Africa as it looks to add to its existing 120 million users on the continent.
Puerto Rico's governor says the US territory cannot pay its $72bn (£45bn) debt and is close to defaulting ahead of emergency talks with legislators.
US TV network NBC cuts ties with Donald Trump over "recent derogatory statements" made by the veteran businessman about Mexican immigrants.
Australia and New Zealand will make history by playing cricket's first day-night Test in Adelaide, starting on 27 November.