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Police divers are searching a quarry in Fife following reports of a teenager seen in the water.
Police investigate whether a man found dead on a roof in west London may have fallen from the undercarriage of a British Airways plane.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt gives a speech outlining proposals for GPs, including making NHS appointments available seven days a week.
BBC shows Happy Valley, The Missing and Marvellous win multiple awards at the Monte Carlo television awards.
Savers have withdrawn billions of euros from Greek banks over the past week, according to reports, as talks aimed at resolving the Greek debt crisis stutter.
A funfair that formed the centrepiece of seaside days out for generations of day-trippers is reopening after an £18m restoration
Pakistan's prime minister orders the temporary suspension of the death penalty during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Some countries provide nannies, others want no children present - so should mums be allowed to see their kids during the World Cup?
Bradford women and children missing from UK have crossed border into Syria, IS smuggler tells BBC
Vandals spray-paint a controversial Anish Kapoor sculpture on display in the gardens of France's Palace of Versailles.
RBS says that the payment problems experienced by some customers earlier in the week have now been resolved and accounts have been updated.
The gulf between Greece and its creditors is both yawningly wide and surprisingly narrow. Does the Greek government needs to be less ambitious in what it seeks from the talks?
Arrangements are being made to bring home the bodies of five students who died after a balcony collapsed in California in the United States.
The BBC has denied it invited Jeremy Clarkson back as host of Top Gear, months after he was axed from the job.
The gunman who killed nine people at an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, had been "taught to hate", civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson says.
Owner Dietrich Mateschitz claims Red Bull's poor results are draining his "will and motivation" to remain in F1.
Four men are still being questioned by police after a bomb was found under a PSNI officer's car outside his house in Eglinton, near Londonderry.
Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy are among players to criticise the state of the Chambers Bay greens at the US Open.
Hundreds of thousands of tiny crabs have been washing up on Southern California's beaches, after warm ocean currents carried them closer to the shoreline than usual.
Nearly half of care homes in England are below the required standard, according to figures from the Care Quality Commission.