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The sister of Dylann Roof, who is charged with killing 9 people at a black church in South Carolina, launches an appeal to raise money for her wedding.
Greece will need an extra 50bn euros over the next three years to stabilise its finances even under the existing, disputed bailout plans, the IMF says.
Campaign group Amnesty International calls for an independent inquiry after it is confirmed it was spied on by British surveillance agency GCHQ.
At least 12 people have been killed in Pakistan after a train carrying hundreds of soldiers derails and plunges into a canal.
Islamic State publishes photographs of militants destroying what it says are six statues looted from the ancient ruins of Palmyra in Syria.
The Royal Opera House's production of William Tell, which was booed on its opening night because of a nude rape scene, is given a 15 certificate for cinema screenings.
Publicly, the radical left Syriza party is maintaining a unified No before Sunday's referendum, but will the unity remain after the vote?
Unprecedented June heat breaks records in four continents across the globe. Darren Bett reports.
Ministers are considering forcing all housing benefit recipients to contribute towards their rent as part of efforts to save £12bn from the welfare bill, the BBC learns.
A court in northern France sentences a woman to nine years in prison for killing eight of her newborn babies between over a decade.
Defending champion Petra Kvitova and Caroline Wozniacki into the Wimbledon third round but Ekaterina Makarova is out.
A British ukulele band wins a High Court battle against a rival German-based group it accused of copying its act.
Sonia Manzano, who has played Maria on the US children's programme Sesame Street for more than four decades, is retiring.
Second seed Roger Federer accelerated into the Wimbledon last 32 with a commanding win over Sam Querrey.
Competition to design a new Russian parliament will start from scratch.
At least 40 people have been killed by Islamist militants in the north-east Nigerian town of Monguno, residents there tell the BBC.
As US and Iranian talks resume in Vienna, negotiators must overcome a history of mistrust to strike a historic deal, writes Lyse Doucet
In a U-turn from a previous vote, the lower house of Brazil's Congress approves a bill which could allow 16- to 18-year-olds to be tried as adults.
The businessman's hotel chain is investigating reports that it was the object of a long-running credit card security breach.
The New Horizons mission to Pluto releases new colour views of the dwarf planet, revealing some intriguing dark spots.