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Nick Robinson explains how Theresa May and Angela Merkel are starting the process of working out Brexit.
After the failed coup, the crackdown. There are very real fears among Turks about what will come next.
Cab hire service Uber has been taken to an employment tribunal by two of its drivers who claim it is acting unlawfully by not offering holiday and sick pay.
Britain has lost more than 70 percent of its cuckoos in the last 25 years, but tiny tracking devices fitted to some of the birds may have solved the mystery of their decline.
A senior editor with the conservative website Breitbart is banned from Twitter after abuse was directed at a star of the new Ghostbusters film.
Large parts of the UK are basking in sunshine, with pools and parks packed with people enjoying the hot weather.
BBC Sport continues the countdown to the 2016 Rio Olympics with the moment Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent win gold at Atlanta 1996.
The story behind the graffiti that's cropped up all over the North of England for the past 30 years.
Garry Marshall, creator of hit US TV series Happy Days and the director of box-office hit Pretty Woman, has died aged 81, his publicist says.
Donald Trump officially clinches the Republican nomination for president as speakers hammer Hillary Clinton on day two of the convention.
Supporters of Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith defend him against claims questioning his commitment to a fully publicly funded NHS.
The government's Green Deal home energy efficiency loan scheme had an "abysmal" take-up because it was not tested with consumers, an MPs' report says.
Three people are killed during a disturbance at a flat in the Tillydrone area of Aberdeen.
At least 45,000 people have been rounded up, sacked or suspended from their jobs by Turkey's government amid a crackdown following last week's failed coup.
Working parents face a struggle to find holiday childcare as councils across Britain report a lack of places.
The mood in Dhaka has darkened following last month's Islamist attack
PM Theresa May says she does "not underestimate the challenges" ahead in negotiating the UK's exit from the EU, ahead of her first talks with Germany's Angela Merkel.
The BBC's Shilpa Kannan visits the southern Indian town of Tirupati to find out what makes the 'Tirupati laddoo' so special.
Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed crackdown on executive pay is backed by one of the UK's biggest fund managers.
Depression was not widely recognised in Japan until the late 1990s - then a campaign called it a "cold of the soul" and sales of anti-depressants boomed.