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A British woman jailed in Malaysia for taking her clothes off on a mountain is back in the UK.
Fran Kirby, who suffered depression and quit the game four years ago, receives high praise after helping England beat Mexico.
Malfunctioning household appliances caused almost 12,000 fires in Britain in just over three years, research by consumer group Which? finds.
Thousands of Nicaraguans protest against a planned canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans that they say will damage the environment.
About 2,000 people march in Macedonia's capital Skopje demanding equal rights for the country's Albanian minority, amid political turmoil.
Slovakia is testing a South Korean man for the potentially deadly Mers virus, as further cases are reported in South Korea.
Catch up with all the best action and the quirkier moments from day eight of the 2015 Fifa Women's World Cup in Canada.
The Battle of Ligny, which happened two days before the Battle of Waterloo, is being remembered.
George Kirby and Doreen Luckie become the oldest newlyweds in the world
Scientists identify the scribes who wrote two of the four original 1215 copies of the Magna Carta, ahead of its 800th anniversary on Monday.
The ICC calls on South Africa to arrest Omar al-Bashir, as the Sudanese president arrives in Johannesburg to attend an African Union summit.
Correspondent Nick Higham looks at why cliches reign when it comes to popular music.
The world's aerospace and defence industry flies into Paris this week for its biennial jamboree. Here's what to look out for.
Hungary's anti-immigrant billboards prompt angry response
The late Sargy Mann on painting after blindness
The giant E3 games show gets under way
The town where Jesus and dinosaurs live side by side
Subsidies for new wind farms should be scrapped as rural parts of the country have "had enough" of turbine developments, the Scottish Conservatives say.
Scotland has no black, Asian or ethnic minority head teachers or deputy heads, according to Scottish government figures.
Defence news leads some papers, with the Sunday Times reporting that British agents have been moved as a result of Russia and China accessing secret files.