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The Egyptian authorities arrest seven men accused of appearing in a video apparently showing a gay wedding.
Much of the main city of Indian-administered Kashmir, Srinagar, is under water, as soldiers battle to rescue flood victims throughout the region.
The UK's objection to the European Union's plans to cap bankers' bonuses is set to be heard in the bloc's highest court on Monday.
Jim Dobbin, Labour MP for Heywood and Middleton in Greater Manchester, has died aged 73, the party announces.
Family and friends will say farewell to Joan Rivers when the comedian's funeral takes place in New York later on Sunday.
Commuter rail fares in England will be frozen in real terms for another year, Chancellor George Osborne announces.
Olympic, world and European champion Mo Farah wins Sunday's Great North Run in a sprint finish over Kenya's Mike Kigen.
Radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada condemns the beheading of two US journalists by Islamic State militants while speaking to reporters during a terrorism case trial in Jordan.
Uefa's newest members Gibraltar, with a population of 30,000, face Poland in Group D of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.
Seven Afghan men are sentenced to death for gang rape in a case that has sparked national outrage.
A second member of South Korean pop group Ladies' Code dies four days after the vehicle they were travelling in crashed near Seoul.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas warns Hamas it must change the way it operates in Gaza if it wants to continue in a unity government.
Royal Mail launches a trial scheme with the opening of 100 of its busiest delivery offices on Sundays, as competition increases with online retailers.
There is fresh shelling near Donetsk airport, after overnight attacks in Mariupol, raising fears that Ukraine's ceasefire is near to collapse.
A 60-foot asteroid will fly close to Earth on Sunday, but is not expected to pose any danger, US space agency Nasa says.
The US carries out a series of air strikes on Islamic State militants close to the vital Haditha dam in west Iraq, US defence officials say.
The UK is to offer Calais the security fences used at the Nato summit in Newport to help tackle migrants trying to get into the country illegally.
BBC Inside Out discovers top model and photographer Lee Miller's life on Farley Farm in Sussex and talks to her son about her war time work.