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The US love of bespoke British tailoring
How Kuwaitis came together after terror attack
Funding given to schools for poorer children has "potential", says the government spending watchdog, but will take time to achieve a real change.
How we destroyed the animal we most admired
How to survive 25 years of prostitution and start living
Too many patients are dying following emergency bowel surgery, experts who have done a comprehensive audit warn.
US TV network NBC cuts ties with Donald Trump over "recent derogatory statements" made by the veteran businessman about Mexican immigrants.
Miles Jupp is to take over from Sandi Toksvig as the new host of BBC Radio 4's comedy show The News Quiz.
Following the 26 June attack in the Tunisian resort city of Sousse, the BBC's Aidan Lewis looks at the reasons why the country is vulnerable to attacks.
A series of fires at African-American churches across the US south prompts the FBI to investigate whether the blazes are related.
There's been an exodus of tourists from Tunisia after an Islamist gunman killed 38 in a single attack. Will they ever return?
Texas's top law officer vows to support state workers who refuse to marry gay couples on religious grounds after US Supreme Court legalised gay marriage.
Egypt's public prosecutor, Hisham Barakat, is hurt in an apparent bomb attack on his car in Cairo, officials say.
A south Wales couple get engaged in Tunisia hours after a gunman murdered 38 people, saying they did not want the killer to stop them.
Scots holidaymakers have returned home from Tunisia in the wake of the Sousse terror attack that left 38 people dead, the vast majority of them British.
An application to start fracking at a site in Lancashire is rejected by county councillors.
The investigation into the Tunisia beach attack has become one of the largest counter-terrorism operations the UK has seen in a decade. What will the police be doing?
The European Commission chief, Jean-Claude Juncker, attacks the Greek government, saying he feels "betrayed" by "egotism" and "populism" in the failed debt talks.
The SNP challenges other opposition parties to back its proposals to increase the powers contained in the Scotland Bill ahead of a debate in the Commons.