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A motorbike rider killed in a crash on the A75 Gretna to Stranraer road in Dumfries and Galloway is named as Dr Robert Murphie.
The eurozone is facing its gravest crisis in its 16-year history with Greece on the verge of defaulting, writes the BBC's Gavin Hewitt.
A 59-year-old American amateur golfer hits three holes-in-one in a single round as he cards a score lower than his age.
Tributes have been paid to three members of the same family who died in the gun attack in Sousse, Tunisia.
US rapper Kanye West delivers his anticipated Glastonbury festival but his performance has divided opinions .
A Somerset man is charged with inciting racial hatred ahead of a proposed demonstration in an area of London with a large Jewish population.
One of the world's largest and smelliest flowers has blossomed for the first time in Scotland.
'Massive moment' for England women's football
Taylor Swift is joined on stage by Cara Delevigne, Serena Williams and Kendall Jenner as she wraps up her UK tour.
A bus carrying 34 British children and seven adults crashes in Belgium, with at least one fatality, according to local reports.
Police are hunting for two men in connection with a serious sexual assault on a 34 year old woman in Hull city centre.
The BBC's Andrew Marr speaks to Sir David Attenborough about his meeting with US President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington.
A couple from County Westmeath have died in Friday's terror attack in Tunisia, bringing the number of Irish people killed to three.
Irish jockey Eddie Creighton is "responsive" after coming out of an induced coma following a fall during a race in Australia.
Musician David Crosby says his friend Joni Mitchell is still unable to speak after being found unconscious in her home two months ago.
The European Central Bank is expected to end emergency lending to Greece's banks on Sunday, the BBC understands
The European Central Bank's governing council is expected to turn off Emergency Liquidity Assistance for Greek banks, or life-preserving loans to them, at its meeting later, according to well-placed sources.
Scottish ministers take part in a resilience meeting to discuss the ongoing response to the terrorist attack in Tunisia
According to new research, poor children - especially boys - are falling behind in reading and writing.
There is a "possibility" some of those killed in the Tunisia terrorist attack came from Wales, First Minister Carwyn Jones warns.