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Pope Francis pauses in silent prayer for several minutes before the Turin Shroud as part of special display.
Argentina captain Lionel Messi is "sorry" banned Brazil forward and Barcelona team-mate Neymar will miss the Copa America.
Sixteen-year-old Candace Hill runs a time that would have seen her finish seventh in the women's 100m at the 2012 Olympics.
Three people have died in a house fire in Derbyshire, police say.
India's PM Narendra Modi is hoping World Yoga Day boosts the country's image abroad - and perhaps his own, the BBC's Justin Rowlatt writes.
More than 20,000 gather at Stonehenge to mark this year's summer solstice, police say.
Thousands of revellers have been marking the Summer solstice, the longest day of the year, by watching the sun rise over Stonehenge.
Thousands attend a mass yoga session in the Indian capital, Delhi, to mark the first International Yoga Day.
Somali jihadist group al-Shabab launches a major attack on an intelligence headquarters in the capital Mogadishu.
Wingsuits are a relatively recent invention, but the extreme sport's popularity is booming and 2105 saw the inaugural Wingsuit World Cup held in Wiltshire.
Manchester United close in on Schweinsteiger, Manchester City to make £50m Sterling bid, new deal for Wilshere, plus more.
The UK commitment to a rapid reaction force being set up by Nato is to be extended by three years, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
Hundreds of people march in Columbia calling for the removal of the Confederate flag from the grounds of its capitol building.
Russian state accounts frozen by Belgium in a move condemned by Moscow have been unblocked, Belgium's foreign minister says
The African-American church in which nine parishioners were shot dead in South Carolina is to reopen for services on Sunday.
Italian prosecutors want to indict the Bank of China's Milan branch and almost 300 people over a money-laundering scheme.
Australia's Jason Day battles vertigo to join Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Branden Grace in a share of the US Open lead.
A lone protester in Guatemala receives a hero's welcome after covering more than 200 km (125 miles) in a protest against corruption.
Photos of beehives, braids and curled hair raised up like an art installations at this year's Afrik show in the Ivorian city of Abidjan.
Aung San Suu Kyi has shown signs of becoming human again, says Jill McGivering - is it really a surprise?