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An Ethiopian lawyer, Beybe, one of a group of migrants pepper-sprayed by French police as they try to cross fencing at the Channel Tunnel terminal in Calais, talks to the BBC's Gavin Lee.
An online poll is launched by the Royal Society of Biology to find the UK's favourite insect.
A year on, how much difference has it made?
The CarFest motoring event is to resume, despite the death of a pilot whose aircraft plummeted from the sky during an aerial display.
The UK home secretary and her French counterpart urge other EU nations to act to help address the root causes of the Calais migrant crisis.
A woman whose seven-year-old son has vanished with her estranged husband appeals for staff and customers of a coffee chain to be on the alert.
The Calais crisis - and wider issues around immigration - continue to fill most papers, but the Sunday Times leads with what it says is a major sport doping scandal.
The problems that come from building mega walls
Three pieces of make or break advice
The British film actress who missed out on fame
The SNP says almost 350,000 Scottish children will be worse off as a result of "shameful" changes to tax credits.
Canadian firm Cooke Aquaculture is expanding further in Scotland after buying a Shetland-based salmon farming company.
How many people have gone to Syria to join Islamic State?
The House of Lords should have the ability to immediately suspend members after a scandal breaks, a senior Labour peer says.
Hundreds of Canadian woman join a topless protest march after three sisters were allegedly stopped by police for cycling without shirts.
Why Albanians are hanging cuddly toys from their rooftops
Is Ottawa really Canada's hotbed of infidelity?
Civil rights campaigners in the US begin a 40-day march to highlight what they say is a fresh attack on equal rights for African Americans.
The Queen shows off her best sides in a quadruple portrait produced by photographer Hugo Rittson-Thomas.
Anti-doping data, leaked to the Sunday Times and seen by the BBC, shows an "extraordinary extent of cheating" in elite athletics.