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An official body in South Africa rules that university bursaries offered to proven female virgins are unlawful and should be scrapped.
The death of two-year-old Lane Graves, who was seized by an alligator while on holiday in Orlando, raises questions about Disney's legal liability.
A horde of giant spider crabs has amassed in waters near Melbourne. Australian aquatic scientist Sheree Marris filmed this incredible footage.
Pop star Rick Astley returns to the top of the UK album chart after a gap of 29 years.
Watch a selection of the best shots as Andy Murray reaches the Queen's semi-final.
British cyclist Simon Yates is given a four-month ban after failing an in-competition drugs test and will miss the Tour de France.
Italy are through to the last 16 of the European Championships after Eder's brilliant late strike beats Sweden.
Russian athletes will remain banned from international competition including the Olympics, BBC Sport understands.
Visitor numbers are expected to halve this year. The BBC's Mark Lowen has been to Antalya to look at why.
The Iraqi military has announced that its forces have retaken the main government compound in the city of Falluja from Islamic State (IS) militants.
Syrians have been expressing their grief and sympathy over the death of MP Jo Cox.
Hacker-activist group Anonymous fills Twitter accounts linked to so-called Islamic State with gay pride messages in response to the Orlando shooting.
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Andy Murray sees off Davis Cup team-mate Kyle Edmund in three sets to reach the semi-finals at Queen's Club.
Police investigating the double murder of a couple in Suffolk arrest a man in Luxembourg.
Beijing's Intellectual Property Office has ruled against Apple in a patent dispute brought by a Chinese handset maker.
Emily Maitlis reflects on a "crazy, horrible, incomprehensible week dominated by gun violence and hatred".
There have been "emotional and moving scenes" at a memorial in Birstall, West Yorkshire, where the local MP Jo Cox was killed on Thursday.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn appear together in Jo Cox's constituency of Batley and Spen to lay flowers in tribute to the late MP.
The BBC looks at how countries around the world have reacted to recent killings of politicians following the murder of British MP Jo Cox.