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Kimi Raikkonen is driving for his Ferrari future after an indifferent spell of form left team bosses less than happy, writes Andrew Benson.
In response to the Trojan Horse allegations, a national database of of school governors in England is going to be created.
One year ago, Islamic State announced the formation of its caliphate - but despite the savagery of IS's rule, is the caliphate here to stay?
A fourth man is convicted of historical sexual abuse against children in Wrexham during the 1980s.
An anti-abortion protester convicted of harassing a Marie Stopes clinic director wins her appeal.
The US Supreme Court rules that states can continue to use a contentious drug in lethal injections despite several cases of botched executions.
Two managers of the taxi-ordering app Uber have been arrested in France over what authorities have described as an "illicit" service.
Britain's Liam Broady fights back from two sets down to beat Australian Marinko Matosevic 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3.
Greece will hold a controversial referendum on its bailout terms on 5 July. What will it mean for Greece and Europe, the BBC's Laurence Peter asks.
Disney is banning selfie sticks at all of its theme parks over safety concerns, the company said.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic begins his Wimbledon title defence with a straight-sets win over Philipp Kohlschreiber.
Top seed Serena Williams beats debutant Margarita Gasparyan 6-4 6-1 to progress to the second round of Wimbledon.
Australia's Shane Watson believes the "inside information" of new coach Trevor Bayliss could give England an Ashes "edge".
Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama defies protesters to open a Buddhist community centre in Aldershot.
Nine men on a stag-do are plucked from mudflats after grounding their cruiser in a lake in Great Yarmouth.
There's been an exodus of tourists from Tunisia after an Islamist gunman killed 38 in a single attack. Will they ever return?
Why the entire eurozone may be threatened by a Greek exit from the euro.
Tunisia has made its first arrests over the massacre of 38 people, mainly tourists, at the beach resort of Sousse on Friday, the Tunisian interior minister says.
Two prisoners escape from India's maximum security Tihar jail by digging a tunnel under a wall and scaling another.
A solar-powered plane has passed the "point of no return" in its second bid at making a record-breaking flight across the Pacific Ocean.