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A man and a woman from Berkshire are charged with preparing for acts of terrorism in the UK.
Greece tells the International Monetary Fund it will delay Friday's €300m (£216m) debt repayment and bundle all four of its June payments together.
An Albanian man is arrested on suspicion of an immigration offence at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary and his brain tumour operation is cancelled, the BBC learns.
Northern Ireland loses access to £53m of public money that had been earmarked for a new joint training college for the police, fire and prison services.
Africa's leading businesses need to do more to promote women into top positions, a new report says.
The last all-male academic institution at Oxford University votes unanimously to admit women undergraduate students.
The first skull and scalp transplant has been performed in a 15-hour operation, say doctors in the US.
PayPal is updating its user agreement in July to force customers to accept automated cold calls from it and its affiliates.
Two men who plotted to "randomly" behead Boston police officers had initially planned to target a conservative blogger.
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The education and higher education budgets face budget savings, as part of a Treasury announcement to bring down public debt.
The French telecom giant Orange says it will pull out of a deal with an Israeli partner, a day after comments by its boss drew criticism from Israel.
A first edition of JRR Tolkien's 1937 novel The Hobbit, with an inscription in Elvish written by the author, sells at auction in London for £137,000.
The sudden, severe illness of Russian opposition activist Vladimir Kara-Murza has raised suspicions that he may have been poisoned.
A US judge grants the man convicted of killing intern Chandra Levy a retrial, 14 years after her disappearance made headlines.
Five men are charged in a Kenyan court with 162 counts of terrorism following the deadly assault by militant Islamists on Garissa University College in April.
Six computer games, including Pong and Doom, have been inducted into the first Video Game Hall of Fame.
The Queen opens the centenary annual meeting of the Women's Institute (WI) in London.