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Dozens of abandoned cats and kittens living at a Cambridge rescue centre lose their toys and scratching posts after they are destroyed by a flood.
An abandoned airport that fell victim to Spain's property bust is snapped up by foreign investors for €10,000 (£7,000) at a bankruptcy auction.
Nairobi's Westgate shopping mall, in which 67 people were killed in an attack by al-Shabab militants, has reopened.
A knife is recovered and car found by detectives investigating the murder of a driver, 79, after a crash in West Sussex.
Thousands of teenage scouts and guides are evacuated from a camp in eastern France after a violent storm.
Scottish comedian and actor Billy Connolly is forced to give up playing the banjo and guitar because of Parkinson's Disease.
Jenson Button pays tribute to Jules Bianchi after the Frenchman died following severe head injuries in a crash nine months ago.
A Cambodian property tycoon accused of assaulting a famous actress appears in court after she posted a video of the attack online.
Just 32 minutes of play is possible on Saturday morning as gusts of 40mph sees The Open suspended for a second day at St Andrews.
A search team is preparing to enter an explosion-hit wood treatment works near Macclesfield where four people remain missing.
Iran's stance towards the "arrogant" US will not change despite the recently agreed nuclear deal, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says.
China is to deport the remaining foreign tourists held in a provincial detention centre for the last week but BBC China Editor Carrie Gracie said authorities remain tight-lipped.
The last of 20 foreign tourists arrested in Ordos, Inner Mongolia are to be deported from China on Saturday.
The Westgate shopping mall in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, where al-Shabab militants killed 67 people in September 2013, opens its doors again.
Sun managing editor Stig Abell defends the paper's publication of video of the Queen giving a Nazi salute as a little girl.
Steven Gerrard scores on his MLS debut and has a role in two of Robbie Keane's three goals as LA Galaxy beat San Jose.
French Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi has died from severe head injuries sustained in a crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, his family says.
French Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi has died, nine months after suffering severe head injuries in a crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi, 25, was one of the most promising in a new generation of drivers, says chief F1 writer Andrew Benson.
Greek ex-Finance Minster Yanis Varoufakis pours scorn on the country's €86bn bailout, as the way is cleared for formal talks over the rescue package.