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Eurozone finance ministers are set to give their view on whether Greece should qualify for a third bailout which would prevent it crashing out of the euro.
An ambulance volunteer who was hit by an out-of-control stock car is recuperating at home, but unlikely to return to work soon.
A murder investigation begins following a double shooting during rush-hour in north London in which a man died.
Members of the Orange Order from Northern Ireland are due to take part in an annual parade in the County Donegal village of Rossnowlagh.
An academic calls the education provision for young children in Wales "a dog's dinner".
Knitters recreate Princess Charlotte's christening in wool as part of a church flower festival.
Star Wars actor Harrison Ford shows the force is strong as he makes his first public appearance since being injured in a plane crash in March.
A large explosion hits the Italian consulate in the centre of the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
Manchester United are close to completing the signing of Germany and Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger.
Ceremonies are due to begin in Bosnia to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre.
More than 800,000 people have been evacuated from coastal areas of eastern China in anticipation of a powerful typhoon.
Charities are to be forced to draft written agreements showing how vulnerable people will be protected from aggressive fundraising.
A UN-brokered humanitarian ceasefire in Yemen is broken shortly after it came into force, as air strikes are reported in the capital Sanaa.
Residents in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica tell the BBC's Guy Delauney how they struggle to move beyond their tragic past.
A Labour pressure group asks party members to vote against Jeremy Corbyn in the leadership contest, saying he would "destroy" the chance of electability.
Greece's parliament has backed a government package of economic reforms aimed at ending the debt crisis and securing a new bailout.
The past, present and future of tourism in Tunisia
As the New Horizons probe heads towards its historic 14 July flyby of Pluto, its images are starting to reveal tantalising indications of the dwarf world's geology.
Why do thousands want to show off the holy city on a popular app?
Is the Holy Spirit alive and well in central Africa?