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Greece's creditors pile the pressure on Prime Minister Tsipras as do his supporters at home, says the BBC's Chris Morris.
From an economic slowdown to a curtailment in public social life, the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) outbreak in South Korea has taken its toll.
Police are investigating after footage of 16 fox cubs held in a barn near to hunt kennels in North Yorkshire emerges.
Police in North Yorkshire are investigating after video footage showed sixteen fox cubs being held in a barn near hunt kennels.
Facebook's virtual reality division Oculus shows off its first consumer headset, which will be sold with an Xbox One controller from early next year.
Sheffield Wednesday sack head coach Stuart Gray after 18 months in charge.
An 18-year-old man is charged with attempted murder after an overnight knife attack in which three men were injured.
A woman who performed illegal plastic surgeries under the name "Black Madam" has been sentenced to at least a decade in prison.
Clive Myrie reports from on board an Italian coastguard ship which has rescued migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean.
The South African recipient of the world's first penile transplant is to become a father, a surgeon who performed the operation tells the BBC.
A man is facing jail after being found guilty of contempt in relation to a mother who is missing with her son after a failed custody battle.
The BBC Sport audience has pointed out some famous sportsmen and women who have a movie-star lookalike.
Bike race organiser says they got their wires crossed in claim they had spoken to MPs about the route.
The government's immigration cap for skilled workers has been hit for the first time, blocking the recruitment of some nurses, doctors and teachers.
Paul Gascoigne tells Clare Balding an amusing story about the time he brought an ostrich into training while he was at Tottenham Hotspur.
Medical marijuana users in Canada can legally consume all forms of the drug, the Canadian Supreme Court has ruled.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari tells regional leaders that a campaign "on all fronts" is needed to help defeat the Islamist group Boko Haram.
A six-year-old girl is hit in the face by a saluting soldier after she presents the Queen with flowers.
An A-level physics paper, which has prompted a flurry of complaints on social media, had a mistake in a question, says the AQA exam board.
Distressed A-level chemistry students have taken to Twitter after exam questions they claim strayed outside the syllabus.