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The UK government is making a fresh bid to overturn an American import ban on traditional Scottish haggis.
Eight thousand miles away from heather, peat and misty glens
Spike Lee reflects on his film and New York City 25 years on
Can France's footballers continue to bring joy to the nation?
Every employee now has the right to request flexible working hours after the government extended the right previously reserved for carers and those looking after children.
How two school friends created a global blockbuster in Warsaw
Costa Rica will play the Netherlands in the quarter-finals of the World Cup after defeating Greece on penalties.
Prince Harry has visited a day centre in Santiago, Chile and met children with mental and physical disabilities.
Arjen Robben says he dived as the Netherlands beat Mexico in the World Cup last-16 but not for the decisive penalty.
Bulgaria's president confirms he will dissolve parliament and appoint an interim government, amid concerns over the country's banking system.
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) warns that ultra-low interest rates have lulled governments and markets "into a false sense of security".
Jean-Claude Juncker tells David Cameron he is "fully committed to finding solutions for the political concerns of the UK", Downing Street says.
Making the brew that India can't live without
Dolly Parton has drawn a huge crowd for her debut Glastonbury set, performing some of her biggest hits as thousands of fans chanted her name.
As thousands of Iraqi Christians flee the advance of Isis rebels, the BBC's Quentin Sommerville reports from one town where Christians are refusing to leave.
The ruling military council in Thailand has been showing seized weapons as evidence of the growing violence in the country.
More money should be spent on the NHS as demands on the service rise, say past and present chairs of the Commons health select committee.
A new technique known as "supercooling" can preserve organs for days before they are transplanted, US researchers claim.
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's World Cup second round game between France and Nigeria.
Bulgarian authorities arrest three more people on suspicion of plotting to destabilise the country's banking system.