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The story of Robert Mugabe, Gucci Grace and the Crocodile
Breeding a new plant to save coffee from extinction
Muse, Florence and the Machine and Rudimental tie up the first day of Radio 1's Big Weekend in Norwich with Taylor Swift and Foo Fighters still to come.
Street artist Cacao Rocks explains what the increasing graffiti in the Greek capital tells us about the political climate in the country.
Reform Scotland calls for unfair childcare policies which restrict access for pre-schoolers to be changed.
The Republic of Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to legalise same-sex marriage - watch the crowd's reaction outside Dublin Castle as the result is announced.
The "yes" vote in Ireland's referendum on same-sex marriage makes some of Sunday's UK front pages.
A Somali MP is shot dead in the capital Mogadishu in an attack by suspected Islamists, one of a number of violent incidents in the war-torn country.
England bowled perfectly adequately but when James Anderson fails to take wickets who else will, asks Jonathan Agnew.
James DeGale beats Andre Dirrell on points to become the first Briton to win Olympic gold and a professional world title.
A police officer in Cleveland has been cleared of all charges relating to the fatal shootings of two unarmed black people.
Cristiano Ronaldo finishes with a season's best goals tally as his hat-trick helps Real Madrid hammer Getafe.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Prescott says he is backing Andy Burnham to be the next leader of the Labour Party.
The leader of a small Burundian opposition party has been shot dead in the capital Bujumbura, witnesses say.
One of the top rebel commanders in eastern Ukraine, Alexei Mozgovoi, is killed in an attack on his car, media say.
President Putin signs a bill allowing Russian authorities to ban foreign NGOs deemed undesirable from operating inside the country.
Test debutant Mark Wood says England can still beat New Zealand at Lord's, but need "fighters" to "knock them over".
Southend are promoted to League One after beating Wycombe on penalties in the League Two play-off final.
Colombia's security forces kill at least five rebels from the Farc a day after the left-wing rebel group suspended its unilateral ceasefire.
New Zealand tighten their grip over England with another dominant display on day three of the first Test at Lord's.