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Tributes are paid across England to people killed by a gunman on a Tunisian beach.
Tributes are paid to the three Irish people killed in Friday's terror attack in Tunisia, as further details emerge about them.
Lord Janner is to be prosecuted over claims of historical child sex abuse after an independent review overturns a decision by the CPS.
A woman who was badly injured after a fire tore through the crowds at a Taiwan amusement park, hurting about 500 people, has died, officials say.
Stock markets in Europe and Asia see big falls as Greece closes its banks and imposes capital controls.
A public appeal for people who can repair BBC Micro computers has been launched by a museum.
A solar-powered plane passes the "point of no return" after leaving Japan for a second attempt at a record-breaking flight across the Pacific Ocean.
How the pop singer put the spotlight on a Chinese designer
David Cameron says Islamic State poses "an existential threat" to the Western world, as it emerges the British death toll in the Tunisian attack will rise above 30.
Two suspicious packages, including one with "wires hanging out", are found in Exeter, prompting a primary school and streets to be evacuated.
Five security officials and six militants are killed in an explosion during a raid on a weapons cache in the capital N'Djamena, officials say.
Team Sky's former winner Chris Froome will be one of 10 Britons in this year's Tour de France, which begins on Saturday.
The Who's classic album Quadrophenia is being reinvented by an orchestra and a choir.
Your essential guide to day one of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club.
Jonny Dymond reports from Baghdad on the first anniversary of the declaration of a caliphate across Syria and Iraq by the so-called Islamic State.
Reviews for Jeremy Clarkson's final episode of Top Gear are divided over whether the programme was at its best or past its prime.
Kara Goucher says more people have passed her information about coach Alberto Salazar after doping claims made against him.
The various legal options over a possible prosecution of Lord Greville Janner are examined by the BBC's legal correspondent, Clive Coleman.
The director of public prosecutions, Alison Saunders, speaks to the BBC's Clive Coleman after a review into her decision not to prosecute Lord Janner over child sex allegations.
British voters will not accept a "rigid" EU that cannot handle the Greek crisis and the UK's demands for reform, David Cameron says.