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A cartoon depiction of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears on the cover of a new Marvel comic book coming out in August.
Nigel Farage says most MEPs have never done a 'proper job' in their lives. Is he right?
Nasa has conducted a second round of test on a booster which is designed to send human beings deep into space.
Travellers arriving in Rio given grim safety warning by police protesting about funding shortages ahead of the Olympics.
While a few of the pollsters got the referendum result almost spot-on, others meant that studying the polls failed to give a clear indication of what the outcome would be on the morning of 24 June.
Reality Check looks at some of the claims and promises made during the campaign by Leave campaigners who now appear to have modified their positions.
A teenage girl feared former celebrity publicist Max Clifford was "going to kill her" when he forced her to perform a sex act on him, a court hears.
Harry Redknapp says the idea that Gareth Southgate is favourite to succeed Roy Hodgson as England manager is "scary".
Ikea is to recall 27 million Malm chests of drawers in North America after the deaths of three children in the US.
There are bitter exchanges in the European parliament during a debate on the UK's vote to leave, with accusations of lies and use of "Nazi propaganda".
UK financial markets calm down after two days of turmoil in the wake of the Brexit vote, with the FTSE 100 gaining 2%.
With the pound falling to its lowest level in more than 30 years after Brexit, who are the groups directly affected?
Nigel Farage has told a session of the European Parliament that "the little people" had rejected "big politics" in order "to get their country back".
Nicola Sturgeon is to ask the Scottish Parliament to formally back her efforts to protect Scotland's place in the EU.
Labour MPs are to vote on a motion of no confidence in the leader Jeremy Corbyn, as another party frontbencher quits his post.
Catch up with all the highlights from Euro 2016 as England suffer an embarrassing exit at the hands of Iceland.
Chancellor George Osborne says he will not seek to replace Prime Minister David Cameron when he stands down later this year.
The Crown Estate delivers a record £304.1m to the Treasury after the value of its portfolio rises 9.7% to £12bn.
The media is full of Brexit-related stories. But what other news - serious and not-so-serious - might have fallen under the radar?
Andy Murray takes time out of his Wimbledon preparations to answer a series of quick-fire questions from BBC Breakfast's Mike Bushell.