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Britain's Gordon Reid wins the inaugural wheelchair singles title at Wimbledon, to add to the doubles title he won 24 hours earlier.
Angela Eagle says her bid for the Labour leadership is a "battle for a healed and united" party, as leader Jeremy Corbyn urges her to "think again".
Japan is voting in an election for the upper house of parliament, with PM Shinzo Abe hoping for backing for his economic policies.
CCTV footage shows the moment handcuffed prisoners in Texas broke out of their court holding cell to help a guard who had fallen unconscious.
Russian long jumper Darya Klishina is cleared to compete as a "neutral" athlete in international competitions.
After five police officers die in Dallas, protests over the killings of two black men by police put two cities on edge, as Laura Bicker and Barbara Plett-Usher report.
A girl playing augmented reality game Pokemon Go finds a dead body in the US state of Wyoming.
Cliff Richard instructs lawyers to make formal legal complaints to South Yorkshire Police and the BBC over their handling of a police raid on his home.
Protests against the police shooting of black men spread across US cities, with dozens of arrests made, but with most passing off peacefully.
Heavy gunfire erupts in South Sudan's capital Juba after several days of deadly clashes between government troops and former rebels.
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US journalist Marie Colvin's family is suing President Assad's government over her death. Her sister Cat explained why.
The France team has brought the country together at Euro 2016 and made the nation proud, says their former striker Thierry Henry.
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull declares victory for his conservative coalition in last week's general election, as the opposition concedes.
The family of US reporter Marie Colvin, killed in Syria in 2012, sues the Assad government, alleging she was murdered as part of a policy to kill journalists.
Prominent Cambodian political commentator and government critic government Kem Ley is shot dead in the capital Phnom Penh, reports say.
The world record for the largest orchestra has been broken in Germany. But how many musicians were there?
More than 5,000 French police will be deployed at key venues in and around Paris ahead of the Euro 2016 football final between France and Portugal.