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A French core, a heavy Wales presence and Ronaldo up front - your Euro 2016 team of the tournament.
Syrian rebel fighters launch an assault on government-held districts of Aleppo, after troops cut their only route into the divided northern city.
The Ethiopian government blocks popular social networks after exam leaks - the first time such sites have been publicly blocked nationwide.
Andrea Leadsom is expected to pull out of the Conservative Party leadership contest, as a source tells the BBC the "abuse has been too great".
As Canada's PM Justin Trudeau visits Ukraine, the BBC's Tom Burridge in Kiev explains the country's very personal relationship with Canada.
Net entrepreneur Kim Dotcom plans to relaunch the Megaupload web storage system in January 2017.
The Islamic State group lost 12% of the territory it controlled in Iraq and Syria in the first half of 2016, the defence consultancy IHS says.
Shares in Japanese gaming company Nintendo jump after its new Pokemon Go smartphone game enjoys strong sales.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray says it is "unlikely" he will play in Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against Serbia this week.
The zero-fuel aeroplane, Solar Impulse, has begun what should be its penultimate flight, leaving Seville in Spain bound for Cairo in Egypt.
Maria Sharapova will miss the Rio Olympics after her doping appeal is postponed until September by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Renewed fighting breaks out in South Sudan between forces loyal to the president and vice-president, hours after the UN Security Council calls for calm.
There are fears of further violence in Indian-administered Kashmir after a policeman drowned when an angry crowd pushed his car into a river, police say.
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is taken to hospital after becoming ill on stage in New York.
One image from the Black Lives Matter protest in Baton Rouge has been widely shared on social media. What do we know about the story behind it?
Lloyd Dorfman, who founded Travelex, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given before he started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
Brittany Lang wins her first major at the US Women's Open after Anna Nordqvist is penalised for touching sand in the play-off.
A South African dance academy is teaching students the Pantsula - a style invented by gangsters.
Colombian officials say 35,000 Venezuelans have crossed the border into their country over 12 hours to shop for basic supplies.
Bangladesh says it intends to ban the controversial Dubai-based Islamic television channel, Peace TV, in the wake of the deadly attack on a cafe in the capital, Dhaka.