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Creditors press Greece for debt plan
Eurozone finance ministers say they expect to hear fresh proposals from Greece after a referendum rejected the terms of an international bailout.
7/7 anniversary marked with services
A St Paul's Cathedral service and a wreath laying ceremony will take place later to mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks that killed 52 people on London's transport network.
Major UK energy firms 'overcharged'
The big six energy suppliers have "overcharged" millions of energy customers to the tune of £1.2bn a year, the Competition and Markets Authority is expected to say on Tuesday.
US 'intensifying' anti-IS campaign
The US-led coalition fighting Islamic State is "intensifying" its campaign against the group's base in northern Syria, President Barack Obama says.
Karate Kid producer Weintraub dies
Jerry Weintraub - the Hollywood producer of the Karate Kid and Ocean's Eleven films - dies in California aged 77, US media say.
Cosby 'obtained sedatives for sex'
US comedian Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 to obtaining sedatives with the intent of giving them to women he wanted to have sex with, court documents say.
'Legal highs' linked to prison deaths
The use of so-called legal highs has been a factor in at least 19 prisoner deaths, the Prisons Ombudsman says.
Bill to ban Confederate flag passes
South Carolina's Senate passes a bill to remove the Confederate flag from the state capitol following the killing of nine black people at a church in June.
Children's early help 'cut by half'
Government funding of early intervention programmes for children and young people's services has been cut by £1.8bn over five years, say children's charities.
Ageing rates vary widely, says study
A study of people born in the same year has uncovered a huge difference in the speed at which their bodies age.
Hungary MPs approve border fence
Hungarian MPs pass legislation to give the government the power to close the borders to all migrants and build a border fence.
Record migration overwhelms Lesbos
Record-breaking numbers of migrants are arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos, overwhelming local authorities, local police say.
Greece fallout and Sunday trading
The fallout from the Greek eurozone referendum and plans to relax the rules on Sunday trading are prominent on the front pages.
Landale: Osborne's Budget balancing act
The BBC's James Landale on George Osborne's Budget balancing act - cutting welfare without hurting the low-paid.
David v Goliath as islands dispute goes to court
The South China Sea dispute goes to a UN tribunal on Tuesday, but so far China has refused to take part.
Budget 2015 buzzwords
As the July 2015 Budget - an extra, bonus Budget this year - is upon us, here's a romp-through guide to what the key words mean.
How did we get to this welfare state?
Benefits crackdowns, panics about "scroungers" and outrage over poverty have a history stretching back to the Elizabethan times.
Man charged for balloon-chair flight
A Canadian man who tied about 100 helium balloons to a garden chair and flew over the city of Calgary is charged with causing mischief.
Murray sees off big-serving Karlovic
Britain's Andy Murray beats 6ft 11in Ivo Karlovic to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals for the eighth year in a row.
Sterling 'most valuable young player'
A new study ranks Liverpool and England forward Raheem Sterling as the most valuable young player in Europe.
Concussion left England's Brown 'low'
England and Harlequins full-back Mike Brown says he had low moments while he recovered from the effects of concussion.
'Open could cope without McIlroy'
Rory McIlroy's possible absence from the Open is disappointing but a host of other players can fill the void, says Tom Fordyce.
'Man Utd should join World Cup party'
England forward Eniola Aluko on why Man Utd need a women's team and how the Lionesses celebrated their play-off win.
Markets resilient despite Greek vote
Global stock markets proved resilient on Tuesday, despite Greece's rejection of austerity demands - Japan's stock market opened 1.25% higher, and other markets closed stronger than expected on Monday.
Samsung's earnings to miss forecasts
Second quarter earnings for the world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung Electronics, will likely miss market expectations.
Osborne's pledge after Greek No vote
The government will do "whatever is necessary" to protect the UK's economy against the fallout from Greece's bailout referendum, George Osborne tells told MPs.
BBC to fund over-75s' TV licences
The BBC will be required to cover the cost of providing free television licences for over-75s, the government confirms.
Dementia support gaps 'fail patients'
Patchy support for people with dementia is failing patients and their carers, doctors warn.
Mass vaccination call for rabies
Renewed efforts are needed to vaccinate dogs against rabies, health experts warn.
Call for global school emergency fund
Millions of youngsters caught up in conflict and disasters should not lose their chance of an education, says Gordon Brown.
Study reveals school segregation
A study of ethnic "segregation" in schools in England shows that most ethnic minority pupils enter schools where ethnic minority pupils are a majority.
Thousands flock to 'sin free Facebook'
A group of Evangelical Christians in Brazil has launched a social network where swearing and erotic content is completely banned.
Surveillance firm hit in hack attack
A company that sells surveillance software is hit by a data breach.
'More hot summers' for parts of UK
Scorching summers such as the one in 2003 look set to become more common in England and Wales, a study suggests.
Pluto probe 'on course' for flyby
The New Horizons spacecraft lost very little science data when it went into "safe mode" at the weekend, the mission team says.
BBC defeated over Wimbledon show
The BBC changes the format of the Wimbledon highlights programme hosted by Clare Balding after mounting criticism of the format.
NME magazine to be given away free
Music magazine NME is to be given away free later this year in a bid to boost its circulation.
7/7 attacks: The world on a train, 10 years on
A decade after the 7/7 attacks, author Geoff Ryman pays tribute to the varied lives of those who died.
How family reunions change as you get older
A 10-year family get-together brings into focus the passage of time for Adam Gopnik.
Fifty attacks foiled since 7/7
The UK's most senior counter-terrorism police officer says up to 50 deadly terror attacks have been foiled since the 7 July bombings a decade ago.
Taser 'contributed' to man's death
An unarmed man died partly as a result of being "inappropriately and unreasonably" Tasered and restrained by police officers, an inquest finds.
Fresh talks due in ScotRail dispute
Fresh talks are due to be held between ScotRail and a train drivers' union in a bid to resolve a dispute which has hit Sunday services.
Wanted Scot's face shown in Spain
A Scot is on a list of Britain's most wanted fugitives whose faces will be broadcast around Spanish expat areas.
Teenage girls rescued in Mournes
Seven teenage girls are rescued after getting into difficulty in the Mourne mountains in County Down.
Nine Sport NI board members resign
Nine Sport NI board members resign just before a meeting with Sports Minister Carįl N? Chuil?n.
Lightning strike 'like movie scene'
A Royal Marines cadet instructor who tried to help save the life of a man who was struck by lightning on the Brecon Beacons says weather conditions had been "pretty intense".
Man fined for 'revenge porn' post
A Cardiff man who posted a picture on Facebook of a woman performing a sexual act is fined and given a community order.
Twin Nigeria blasts kill scores
Two bomb attacks - on a restaurant and a mosque - in the central Nigerian city of Jos have left at least 44 people dead, the authorities say.
Zimbabwe elephants flown to China
At least 20 elephants from Zimbabwe are transported to China to be settled in a game reserve, after a controversial sale.
Asia shares slide on Greek 'no' vote
Most Asian stock markets fall after Greek voters rejected austerity demands from creditors in Sunday's referendum.
Asian shares bounce back from losses
Asian markets head higher, recovering losses made a day earlier on fears that Greece would exit the eurozone, after voting no to bailout conditions.
Chinese tourists to Turkey warned
China gives safety advice to its nationals in Turkey after protests over the treatment of ethnic Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang.
Tourists escape US 'lightning' fire
Holidaymakers from across Ireland have avoided injury after a major fire thought to have been caused by a lightning strike gutted part of their hotel in the United States.
Pope draws huge crowds in Ecuador
Hundreds of thousands of people gather in the Ecuadorean city of Guayaquil to see Pope Francis celebrate mass.
Fifa bans key World Cup official
A Fifa official who assessed the bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups is banned from football-related activity for seven years.
'Hard choices' needed for Iran deal
US Secretary of State John Kerry says "hard choices" are needed if a deal over Iran's nuclear programme is to be made by Tuesday's deadline.
IS 'recaptures north Syria town'
Islamic State militants are reported to have regained control of a town near their northern Syrian stronghold of Raqqa from Kurdish-led forces.
Ten dead and dozens shot in Chicago
Ten people are killed, including a 7-year-old boy, in a series of shootings during a violent US holiday weekend in Chicago.
Canadian 'bombed divorce lawyer'
A man in Winnipeg, Canada, is charged with attempted murder after sending bombs to law firms that represented him or his ex-wife in the past.
In pictures: Underwater deminers of Cambodia
Photographer Charles Fox's portraits of those carrying out the dangerous task of demining Cambodia's rivers.
In pictures: Unesco World Heritage sites 2015
Latest places to be added to Unesco's list of World Heritage Sites
Your pictures: Lines
Readers' photographs on the theme of lines
In pictures: Lightning illuminates UK
Thunderstorms across the country from north to south
In Pictures: A modern biplane factory
Inside a modern biplane factory recreating aircraft of the 1930s
Week in pictures: 27 June - 3 July 2015
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
In pictures: American Puzzles by Burk Uzzle
Images by photographer Burk Uzzle on show in New York
In pictures: Val Doonican
A look back at the life of the Irish singer
VIDEO: Westminster Hall
MPs debate topics including development goals and Iran's nuclear programme.
VIDEO: 7/7 attacks: 'It has been a hellish journey'
Michael Henning was only metres away when a bomb exploded on a Circle line train in the 7 July attacks in 2005.
VIDEO: 'I'll hold you in my dreams'
Anthony Fatayi-Williams was killed in the 7 July London bombings. His mother speaks of the effect the loss had on her.
VIDEO: 7/7 attacks: How the day unfolded
Ten years on from the 7/7 attacks in London, BBC News looks back at how the day unfolded.
VIDEO: Five banking headaches facing Greeks
Ros Atkins explains the banking restrictions and the impact are they having on everyday life in Greece.
VIDEO: DIY balloonist charged with 'mischief'
A man who tied about 100 helium balloons to a garden chair and flew over the Canadian city of Calgary has been charged with causing mischief.
VIDEO: Driver survives massive Nascar crash
Nascar driver Austin Dillon survived a massive last-lap crash on Monday that saw his car hurdled upside down into protective fencing.
VIDEO: 'I've just had some wonderful news'
Journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who has an aggressive form of leukaemia, tells her video diary that she has found a stem cell donor.
VIDEO: 'Take cash for entire Greek holiday'
More than a million British holidaymakers will be heading to Greece this summer, and as the debt crisis unfolds many will naturally be feeling nervous about how it could affect them.
Would Calais migrants really be better off in the UK?
Is the UK better than France for migrants?
The decline of the 'disgusting' burbot
Do we only care about animals if they're cute and cuddly?
Egyptians lambast 'ugly' new Nefertiti statue
Egyptians lambast 'tasteless' new Nefertiti statue
The company bosses who pray
Is there a place for religion in the workplace?
What makes a tweet believable?
Does using exclamation marks stop people believing you?
VIDEO: What do Americans know about Kenya?
What do Americans know about the country?
VIDEO: 'You look disgusting!' - Beauty blogger shames bullies
Beauty blogger with acne shames online bullies
Dame Anne Begg: 'What do I do now?'
The UK's first wheelchair-using MP on life after politics

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 World News
Creditors press Greece for debt plan
Eurozone finance ministers say they expect to hear fresh proposals from Greece after a referendum rejected the terms of an international bailout.
US 'intensifying' anti-IS campaign
The US-led coalition fighting Islamic State is "intensifying" its campaign against the group's base in northern Syria, President Barack Obama says.
Bill to ban Confederate flag passes
South Carolina's Senate passes a bill to remove the Confederate flag from the state capitol following the killing of nine black people at a church in June.
Hungary MPs approve border fence
Hungarian MPs pass legislation to give the government the power to close the borders to all migrants and build a border fence.
Karate Kid producer Weintraub dies
Jerry Weintraub - the Hollywood producer of the Karate Kid and Ocean's Eleven films - dies in California aged 77, US media say.
Pope draws huge crowds in Ecuador
Hundreds of thousands of people gather in the Ecuadorean city of Guayaquil to see Pope Francis celebrate mass.
Cosby 'obtained sedatives for sex'
US comedian Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 to obtaining sedatives with the intent of giving them to women he wanted to have sex with, court documents say.
Iraqi jet accidentally bombs Baghdad
"Technical problem" causes bomb to fall from Iraqi jet over Baghdad, killing at least eight civilians.
Record migration overwhelms Lesbos
Record-breaking numbers of migrants are arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos, overwhelming local authorities, local police say.
Fifa bans key World Cup official
A Fifa official who assessed the bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups is banned from football-related activity for seven years.
Zimbabwe elephants flown to China
At least 20 elephants from Zimbabwe are transported to China to be settled in a game reserve, after a controversial sale.
Twin Nigeria blasts kill scores
Two bomb attacks - on a restaurant and a mosque - in the central Nigerian city of Jos have left at least 44 people dead, the authorities say.
Man charged for balloon-chair flight
A Canadian man who tied about 100 helium balloons to a garden chair and flew over the city of Calgary is charged with causing mischief.
Pluto probe 'on course' for flyby
The New Horizons spacecraft lost very little science data when it went into "safe mode" at the weekend, the mission team says.
Ten dead and dozens shot in Chicago
Ten people are killed, including a 7-year-old boy, in a series of shootings during a violent US holiday weekend in Chicago.
Canadian 'bombed divorce lawyer'
A man in Winnipeg, Canada, is charged with attempted murder after sending bombs to law firms that represented him or his ex-wife in the past.
Mexico gunmen attack Navy helicopter
Mexican Marines kill six people suspected of opening fire on a Navy helicopter in north-eastern Tamaulipas state on Sunday.
Argentina 0-0 Chile (1-4 on pens)
Chile beat Argentina 4-1 on penalties in Santiago to win the 2015 Copa America, their first major trophy.
Moroccan women in court over dress
Two women go on trial in Morocco on charges of "gross indecency" for wearing skirts.
Tunisia declares state of emergency
Tunisia declares a state of emergency, just over a week after 38 people were killed in attack in the resort city of Sousse.
Asia shares slide on Greek 'no' vote
Most Asian stock markets fall after Greek voters rejected austerity demands from creditors in Sunday's referendum.
Ageing rates vary widely, says study
A study of people born in the same year has uncovered a huge difference in the speed at which their bodies age.
Markets resilient despite Greek vote
Global stock markets proved resilient on Tuesday, despite Greece's rejection of austerity demands - Japan's stock market opened 1.25% higher, and other markets closed stronger than expected on Monday.
Chinese tourists to Turkey warned
China gives safety advice to its nationals in Turkey after protests over the treatment of ethnic Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang.
'Hard choices' needed for Iran deal
US Secretary of State John Kerry says "hard choices" are needed if a deal over Iran's nuclear programme is to be made by Tuesday's deadline.
IS 'recaptures north Syria town'
Islamic State militants are reported to have regained control of a town near their northern Syrian stronghold of Raqqa from Kurdish-led forces.
7/7 anniversary marked with services
A St Paul's Cathedral service and a wreath laying ceremony will take place later to mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks that killed 52 people on London's transport network.
Major UK energy firms 'overcharged'
The big six energy suppliers have "overcharged" millions of energy customers to the tune of £1.2bn a year, the Competition and Markets Authority is expected to say on Tuesday.
Samsung's earnings to miss forecasts
Second quarter earnings for the world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung Electronics, will likely miss market expectations.
Asian shares bounce back from losses
Asian markets head higher, recovering losses made a day earlier on fears that Greece would exit the eurozone, after voting no to bailout conditions.
Weight Watchers 'faces takeover bid'
Shares in Weight Watchers International surge on reports it is a takeover target by an unnamed activist hedge fund.
Murray sees off big-serving Karlovic
Britain's Andy Murray beats 6ft 11in Ivo Karlovic to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals for the eighth year in a row.
Froome takes Tour lead amid crashes
Britain's Chris Froome takes the Tour de France yellow jersey as five riders withdraw following two crashes.
Barca sign Atletico's Turan for £24m
Barcelona announce the signing of Turkey international midfielder Arda Turan from Atletico Madrid for an initial £24m.
BBC to fund over-75s' TV licences
The BBC will be required to cover the cost of providing free television licences for over-75s, the government confirms.
Grohl performs on TV-inspired throne
Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl plays through the pain of a broken leg, sitting atop a Game of Thrones-inspired chair at US gig.
Dinos hold on to box office crown
Jurassic World holds on to the top spot at the North American box office, holding Terminator: Genisys and Magic Mike XXL at bay.
VIDEO: Five banking headaches facing Greeks
Ros Atkins explains the banking restrictions and the impact are they having on everyday life in Greece.
VIDEO: Driver survives massive Nascar crash
Nascar driver Austin Dillon survived a massive last-lap crash on Monday that saw his car hurdled upside down into protective fencing.
VIDEO: Lesbos migrant camp strewn with rubbish
Record-breaking numbers of migrants are arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos overwhelming local authorities
VIDEO: Varoufakis says goodbye to his staff
Greece's former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says goodbye to staff after his resignation.
VIDEO: Anniversary of Asia's little-known war
Commemorations are taking place to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1945 - the biggest war in Asia in the 20th Century.
VIDEO: Who's who in Greek financial crisis?
As Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns, the country needs a new negotiator to lead fresh talks with the Eurozone.
VIDEO: Service held for Srebrenica victims
A service has been held at Westminster Abbey to remember more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys from Srebrenica killed by Bosnian Serb forces 20 years ago.
VIDEO: How spies eavesdrop on secret talks
BBC Arabic's Reda El Mawy reports on fears that sensitive talks on Iran's nuclear programme could be being spied on.
Kenyans to Obama: 'Spare us the gay talk'
Kenyan advise to Obama ahead of visit
A pastor for America's outsiders
The Lutheran pastor wooing America's outsiders
Reporting on a coup and a crisis... using a music-sharing site
Reporting on a coup... using a music sharing site
From Bowie's barmaid to $230m boss
The $230m boss who served drinks on David Bowie's yacht
Inside Uganda's model village
What difference does a new approach to aid make?
VIDEO: School security: 'We go through jail life'
When students are 'treated like criminals'

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 Entertainment News
Karate Kid producer Weintraub dies
Jerry Weintraub - the Hollywood producer of the Karate Kid and Ocean's Eleven films - dies in California aged 77, US media say.
BBC to fund over-75s' TV licences
The BBC will be required to cover the cost of providing free television licences for over-75s, the government confirms.
BBC defeated over Wimbledon show
The BBC changes the format of the Wimbledon highlights programme hosted by Clare Balding after mounting criticism of the format.
NME magazine to be given away free
Music magazine NME is to be given away free later this year in a bid to boost its circulation.
Cowell cancels X Factor auditions
X Factor auditions in Manchester are cancelled after the death of Simon Cowell's mother.
Dinos hold on to box office crown
Jurassic World holds on to the top spot at the North American box office, holding Terminator: Genisys and Magic Mike XXL at bay.
Farmers 'objected' to Monet lilies
A new garden-themed art exhibition will tell the intriguing story about Claude Monet and the famous water lily pond that inspired his best-known works.
Lionel Richie storms album chart
Lionel Richie soars to the top of the album chart following his triumphant show at Glastonbury.
US actress Diana Douglas dies at 92
US actress and model Diana Douglas, the first wife of actor Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, has died aged 92, her family says.
Fans gatecrash Wireless festival
Organisers say no-one was hurt after dozens of people hammer on metal gate, before crashing Wireless in London.
Dukes of Hazzard car to lose flag
US golfer Bubba Watson is to paint over the Confederate flag on the car from the Dukes of Hazzard TV series, the latest backlash against the symbol.
Spall lined up for Ian Paisley film
Actor Timothy Spall is in "advanced talks" to star as the late Northern Ireland first minister, Ian Paisley, in a new film.
Parkinson given cancer all-clear
Broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson confirms he has been given an all-clear by doctors after two years of treatment for prostate cancer.
Grohl performs on TV-inspired throne
Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl plays through the pain of a broken leg, sitting atop a Game of Thrones-inspired chair at US gig.
Damon Albarn removed from stage
Blur's Damon Albarn is removed from stage by security at the Roskilde festival after a mammoth five-hour set.
VIDEO: The chapel full of Sean Scully art
Artist Sean Scully has filled a chapel near Barcelona with his abstracts, sculptures and frescoes.
VIDEO: Is Rihanna's latest video too grim?
Rihanna's latest video has sparked a debate about whether it is too violent, too sexist, too misogynistic and just too grim.
VIDEO: Hall: 'Strong deal' for the BBC
The BBC director general Tony Hall says he has negotiated a good deal for the BBC.
VIDEO: Why Song of the Sea is making waves
Song of the Sea is a new animated film telling the story of fictional Selkies
VIDEO: Shaun the Sheep trail in city
Bristol's new sculpture trail featuring Shaun the Sheep is set to kick off on Monday.
VIDEO: Iron Maiden's Dickinson on cancer recovery
Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson tells the BBC he is on the mend after his treatment for tumours on his tongue.
VIDEO: Why isn?t there more booing in theatres?
Will Gompertz wonders why theatre audiences don't express their dissatisfaction more audibly.
VIDEO: A Perfect Day in the Balkans conflict
A new drama called A Perfect Day set against the backdrop of the conflict in the Balkans will go into release next month.
Putting on the Shaun the Sheep show
Crowds flock to see Bristol Shauns
Meeting the man behind Mr Tumble
So, Mr Tumble, don't you get sick of being so cheerful?
Obituary: Val Doonican
Val Doonican, Ireland's answer to Bing Crosby
Rita Ora on X Factor and new music
Rita Ora on her Oscars ordeal and the X Factor
The man who made Manchester cool again
The man who made Manchester cool again
A tale of three Murdochs
Three Murdochs - all with something to prove
Apple aims for bigger bite of music market
Apple's new streaming service threatens to undermine Spotify in the continuing battle to get fans to pay for music.

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