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At least 20 people are killed and 10 wounded in a gunfight at a wedding party in Baghlan province in northern Afghanistan, local officials say.
Mexico win a record seventh Gold Cup with a dominant win against first-time finalists Jamaica in Philadelphia.
A campaign to encourage all sexually active women in Northern Ireland to take folic acid is launched.
People with eating disorders losing weight to get treatment
Northern Ireland's deputy first minister is travelling to the US on Monday to brief government officials about the crisis facing Stormont.
Fantasy comedy Monster Hunt has become the highest-grossing domestic film in China, according to local media.
The case of a British woman sentenced to death for drug smuggling is likely to come up as UK PM David Cameron prepares to visit Indonesia on his South East Asia tour.
The Met Office issues a yellow "be aware" warning for strong winds across mid, south and west Wales.
Swiss bank UBS reports a 53% increase in net profit for its second quarter compared to the previous year.
Thousands of migrants have arrived in Athens in the past week after being smuggled onto Greek islands, one 12-year-old girl spoke to the BBC about her journey.
Sixty mass graves have been found in Mexico's Guerrero state during a search for 43 students abducted there last year, officials reveal.
Senior peer Lord Sewel is urged to resign from the House of Lords before he is expelled, after he was filmed allegedly taking drugs with prostitutes.
Suspected militants attack a police station after firing at a bus in India's Punjab state, killing four people and wounding at least six.
Turkey's military operations against IS militants and Kurdish separatists could "change the game" in Syria and Iraq, PM Ahmet Davutoglu says.
A new photo book from Martin Usborne documents the plight of abandoned Spanish hunting dogs.
Five people are taken to hospital, and more than 40 others are treated at the scene, after a crash between a coach and a car on the M25 in Surrey.
Singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas reveals her secrets
Are my night shifts killing me?
There are concerns about the fate of 42 asylum seekers who have allegedly been sent back to Vietnam from Australia.
You might imagine David Cameron would mark the start of political holiday season with a trip to Cornwall - but he's taking a plane full of business leaders to South East Asia.