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United Nations heritage body Unesco votes not to put Australia's Great Barrier Reef on its world danger list.
Southampton terminate the contract of Italy striker and record signing Dani Osvaldo after his loan spell in Argentina.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith announces a new way of measuring child poverty, focusing on education and home life as well as income.
Two teenage girls bludgeoned a woman to death with a shovel, TV set and a coffee table, a court hears.
A man contacts police after piloting a drone that knocked a woman unconscious when it hit her in the head.
Cameroon releases 84 children detained after a raid on Koranic schools accused of links to Boko Haram over six months ago.
An instant guide to Britain's 'productivity puzzle'
The American New Horizons spacecraft makes its last planned targeting manoeuvre as it bears down on Pluto.
The Greek prime minister's efforts to balance the books may add up to his departure, writes Gavin Hewitt.
Britain's Liam Broady goes out of Wimbledon in the second round with defeat by Belgium's David Goffin 7-6 6-1 6-1.
Yorkshire leg spinner Adil Rashid is included in England's 13-man squad for the opening Ashes Test against Australia.
The bodies of eight British tourists killed in last Friday's attack at a holiday resort in Tunisia are being flown back by the RAF to the UK.
Iain Duncan Smith is among 19 MPs to have had their Commons credit card suspended after running up more than £1,000 in expenses debts.
A woman who killed a cyclist in Fife after using her mobile phone while driving has been jailed for five years.
Why are train lines now worse in hot weather?
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers and Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan attend Somme remembrance ceremony in Belfast.
EU funding of 24m euros (£17m) has been secured for two railway upgrades in Northern Ireland, including the Londonderry-Coleraine line.
A court in Honduras orders the arrest of a senior lawmaker amid a widening probe into embezzlement in the country's health system.
Dennis Skinner and David Cameron clash at PMQs over miners' pensions with the Speaker having to intervene.
Britain's Liam Broady sees the funny side as the secretary is called to the conservatory kitchen by the PA announcer on Court 3