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Man Utd want Sergio Ramos, Liverpool bid for Asier Illarramendi, West Ham chase Mousa Dembele, plus more.
France set up a fascinating quarter-final tie against Germany at the World Cup after easily brushing aside South Korea.
The Poet Laureate of South Carolina, Marjory Wentworth, recites a dedication she has written to those who lost their lives in Wednesday's attack at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
Nadine Koutcher from Belarus is crowned the 2015 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World following a week-long contest.
Flights operated by Poland's national airline, LOT, are temporarily grounded after hackers attacked its computer system.
How doing homework for friends inspired a global translation firm
EU leaders intensify efforts to reach a deal over the Greek debt crisis ahead of Monday's emergency summit in Brussels, as thousands rally in Athens.
Australia shock Brazil at the Women's World Cup to reach the quarter-finals of the tournament in Canada.
The Princess Royal takes part in a re-enactment of the moment when Britain received news that it had defeated Napoleon at Waterloo.
Jesse Lingard's late goal boosts England's European Under-21 Championship knockout stage hopes as they defeat Sweden.
History has taught Greece and Germany different lessons and has complicated the search for compromise in the current crisis, says the BBC's Gavin Hewitt.
Four children and a woman suffer life-threatening injuries when they are struck by a car in Birmingham.
About 40 people being treated after reports of chemical leak in pool of holiday park near Great Yarmouth
Taylor Swift writes open letter to Apple, explaining why she is pulling her hit album 1989 from its new streaming music service.
Tributes to a three-week-old baby who died after being bitten by a dog continue to be laid outside his Sunderland home.
Images from the first ever World Yoga Day.
Nico Rosberg wins the Austrian Grand Prix to reduce Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton's lead in the World Championship.
Activists say Islamic State fighters in Syria are planting bombs in Palmyra, an ancient city that has some of the Middle East's most important ruins.
Some 23,000 people gathered at Stonehenge.
Commemorations of the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo will end with a re-enactment of the moment news of Wellington's victory reached London.