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New Zealand's South Island, and some parts of Australia, are treated to the Aurora Australis, a natural light display in the sky.
Every young person in London should have at least 100 hours of careers advice or work experience by the age of 16, says Boris Johnson.
A Ryanair passenger jet is grounded at Warsaw's Modlin airport after an anonymous bomb threat.
Burundi's Vice-President Gervais Rufyikiri leaves the country, saying he cannot support the third-term bid of President Pierre Nkurunziza.
Nick Clegg had to be persuaded to carry on as Lib Dem leader a full 12 months before the general election, according to a newspaper report.
An emergency measure which shut parts of the M20 in Kent is lifted 36 hours after it was introduced following disruption in Calais.
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is moved to a hospice after her condition worsens.
Bend It Like Beckham creator Gurinder Chadha plans to invite England's women's World Cup team to see the new stage show based on her hit film.
Pictures of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his wife inspecting a new airport terminal are released by state media.
Two 13-year-old girls are sold ecstasy in Manchester, prompting a police investigation.
A US prison worker who allegedly smuggled tools in hamburger meat to two prisoners who escaped a New York state jail is arrested.
Great Britain's 2013 Tour de France winner Chris Froome reveals he missed a drugs test while on holiday earlier this year.
A review has been launched into whether all UK overseas aid is being used "effectively", the Foreign Office says.
A 3D printer is to be used in ground-breaking surgery on a two-year-old girl.
Authorities in India's Gujarat state ask people to move to higher ground as monsoon rains trigger floods and house collapses.
Islamic State fighters enter the northern Syrian city of Kobane, which they had lost to Kurdish forces, Syrian activists report.
CBBC Friday Download presenter Cel Spellman is introduced as the new host of Radio 1's Sunday afternoon slot, replacing the chart show.
BBC Sport's Mark Lawrenson questions the hunger of England's Under-21 players after an early European Championship exit.
Watch the top five meltdowns at Wimbledon featuring rants and raves from some of the game's top players over the years.
A senior DUP member has been found guilty of breaking the assembly's code of conduct after he called another member a "thug", the BBC learns.