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The Queen attends a service to honour volunteers who served in World War One, on the centenary of the events that triggered the conflict.
BT apologises after "many" users in the UK had problems connecting to the internet, but says the issue has now been resolved.
Basketball and Ricky Gervais at Wimbledon
Helicopter gunships have been conducting strikes on the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit, the Iraqi military says, amid reports of a major offensive.
British PM David Cameron comes under attack from the Labour opposition after his defeat in a row over the new European Commission president.
The BBC's Bill Turnbull has been meeting residents of the Afghan capital Kabul to see what life there is really like - and if it is any safer.
About 20,000 people are expected to take part in the Pride parade through central London later, organisers say.
Cairo's streets light up for Ramadan as demand for the traditional lantern rises.
BP asks a US court to order a "vast number" of businesses to repay part of the compensation awards they were paid in the wake of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Events are getting under way across the UK to mark Armed Forces Day, with thousands of services personnel expected to take part.
Liverpool are expected to confirm Adam Lallana's £25m arrival from Premier League rivals Southampton early next week.
Stormy weather causes a temporary shutdown to the Glastonbury Festival, as Lizo Mzimba reports.
The family of Franz Ferdinand are keeping his memory alive at his castle near Vienna, as Bethany Bell reports.
A Ukrainian government ceasefire extended on Friday for three days appears to be holding, despite attacks by pro-Russia rebels in the east.
Fiji beat Cook Islands 108-6 to qualify for the same 2015 Rugby World Cup pool as Wales, hosts England and Australia.
The leaders of Sweden and Germany offer encouragement to the UK's David Cameron after his defeat over the European Commission president.
Thailand's military leader promises a return to democracy but says elections will only take place after October 2015.
The Communist Party boss of the major southern Chinese city of Guangzhou is being investigated for corruption, party officials say.
Luiz Felipe Scolari says his Brazil players are becoming "more afraid" as they prepare to take on Chile at the World Cup.
Argentine Vice-President Amado Boudou is charged with abuse of power over his alleged control of a company that prints Argentina's banknotes.