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A 2.9 magnitude quake is recorded in Fort William in the Scottish Highlands.
Many front pages focus on the situation at UK airports, where security has been tightened amid fears passengers could carry surgically implanted bombs.
Eight construction firms announce the launch of a scheme aimed at compensating workers who were victims of past blacklisting in the industry.
What Americans really think of their country
French students film World Cup from fans' perspective
Meet the children running their own companies
Meet the youngsters starting and running their own businesses.
With Nadal and Murray out of Wimbledon, and Federer and Djokovic looking vulnerable, are we witnessing a changing of the guard?
How a beautiful Jewish cemetery holds hope for the future
A flyover road collapses onto several vehicles in the Brazilian World Cup host city of Belo Horizonte, killing two people.
Isis rebels in Iraq have been methodically hunting down non-Sunnis and those opposed to the militants, refugees from rebel-held towns tell the BBC.
The UK drew up plans to train and equip a 100,000-strong Syrian rebel army to defeat President Bashar al-Assad, BBC Newsnight has learned.
Allegations that pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline systematically bribed doctors in China are credible, says an investigator hired by the firm.
Justin Gatlin beats the returning Tyson Gay in the 100m at the Diamond League meeting in Lausanne.
UK airports say they are running as usual, after the US urges tightened security amid warnings of a "credible" terrorism threat.
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari says his side are three steps away from World Cup glory and rejects criticism of his methods.
Participants in the Tour de France parade through the centre of Leeds before taking part in the opening ceremony.