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The organisers of a party at a water park in Taiwan are questioned after 516 people were injured when a fire suddenly erupted among the crowds.
The National Theatre play whose title is too rude to print
A Labour leadership candidate says he knew Wales was getting an unfairly low share of UK spending while he was a Treasury minister eight years ago.
Tributes are paid as more details emerge of the victims of the Tunisia attack which left 38 dead, including 15 Britons.
Marchers in the Tunisian town of Sousse condemn the killing of 38 people, mostly tourists, by a militant on a nearby beach.
What happens to RAF bases when the military leaves?
Cash on fire, fake divorce stunt and the week's other trends
England's women have matched their male counterparts from 1966 and 1990 by reaching a World Cup semi-final, says boss Mark Sampson.
Research says 40% of the poorest boys start schools in England without the language skills they need to learn.
Strict caps should be put in place to limit the "excessive fees" lawyers claim against the NHS in medical negligence cases, the Department of Health in England says.
More than 200 people have been injured in an explosion and fire at a water park near the Taiwanese capital, Taipei.
Paraguay beat Brazil on penalties in the Copa America to set up a semi-final against Argentina.
Greece's parliament has approved plans for a controversial referendum on creditors' terms for a bailout.
Sunday's papers report on the British casualties of the beach resort massacre in Tunisia - and look for meaning amid the horror.
Young people will be encouraged to have a "digital detox" at a festival in Dumfries and Galloway this summer.
An MSP launches a bid to increase the age at which children can be held responsible for crimes they have committed.
As international talks over Iran's nuclear programme come down to the wire, the success or failure to strike a deal could be make or break for President Hassan Rouhani, says analyst Dr Massoumeh Torfeh.
It may be time to start picturing a world in which the animals we care about most will only be safe in areas that are properly guarded.
What kind of language is acceptable and how does society come to a decision? asks John McManus.
Howling blues to twisted love with DJ Rita Ray