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Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, hits back at comments about his mobile phone use in the European Parliament.
A promising American football player at Florida State University is kicked off the team after a video showed him punching a woman in a bar.
A cricketer dies after being struck on the chest by a ball while batting during a local league match in Surrey.
Events have taken place, including a service at St Paul's Cathedral, to mark the 10th anniversary of the 7 July terrorist attacks that killed 52 people in London.
Four charities are facing "serious allegations" of pursuing vulnerable people to make money, according to a Daily Mail investigation.
A Nato convoy and an Afghan intelligence agency office are targeted in two suicide attacks hours apart in the Afghan capital Kabul.
A Labour MP's decision to back Yvette Cooper for leader because she is a mum is criticised by rival candidate Liz Kendall's team.
French special forces kill a militant Islamist in Mali who was said to have been freed in exchange for the release of French citizen Serge Lazarevic.
The children scarred by the Gaza-Israel war, one year on
The British Film Institute is putting home movie footage shot by previous generations online.
The Commons Speaker, John Bercow, cuts off a question from Lib Dem MP Greg Mulholland and tells him not "to argue the toss with the Chair".
Liverpool give striker Mario Balotelli permission to miss the start of pre-season after a family bereavement.
The UK accounting watchdog is to investigate the conduct of individuals working for the Irish unit of RSA Insurance in the run-up to its bailout by its UK parent.
Northern Ireland's sports minister Carál Ní Chuilín says she is not to blame for the crisis within SportNI and will not be resigning.
A ruling that investigators should hand over the black box from a North Sea helicopter crash to Scotland's top law officer is being challenged.
Some of those taking part in the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona have been describing their experience.
British criminals hiding in Spain are targeted by police who are displaying their photos on screens in popular ex-pat areas.
The new left-wing council in the Spanish capital Madrid plans to remove all names relating to Gen Franco's dictatorship from streets and plazas.
A Cardiff teenager who planned to travel to Syria to fight with so-called Islamic State is sentenced to three years and four months.
A service has been held at St Paul's Cathedral to mark the 10th anniversary of the 7 July terrorist attacks that killed 52 people in the capital.