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PM defiant amid Greek cash squeeze
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras makes a defiant speech urging a No vote in Sunday's referendum as bank cash limits begin to bite for Greeks.
First UK Tunisia dead returned home
The bodies of eight of the British tourists killed by a gunman in Tunisia last Friday are returned to the UK on an RAF flight.
'British Schindler' Winton dies
Sir Nicholas Winton, who organised the rescue of 669 children destined for Nazi concentration camps, dies aged 106
Airport decision by end of 2015 - PM
David Cameron promises a decision on airport expansion by the end of the year and denies being "bullied" by anti-Heathrow expansion colleague Boris Johnson.
England's hottest July day on record
The hottest July day ever is recorded in England, as temperatures hit 36.7C to beat the 2006 mark.
Egypt's Sinai hit by deadly attacks
Dozens of people are reported to have been killed in a wave of attacks in Egypt's restive Sinai peninsula claimed by Islamic State's affiliate.
Heatstroke - the heatwave killer
Temperatures are rising across Europe and while the sun is out so are the heatwave health warnings.
'Exploding' pipe sends water 50ft up
A water pipe explodes in south London, sending a jet of water around 50ft high into the sky.
Family of 12 'may have gone to Syria'
A family of 12 from Luton including a baby and two grandparents could have travelled to Syria after going missing, police say.
Syria rebels shoot dead IS militants
Syrian rebels release a video showing them shooting dead 18 alleged Islamic State (IS) militants, mimicking footage of killings by the jihadist group.
Barrier Reef spared 'danger' listing
United Nations heritage body Unesco votes not to put Australia's Great Barrier Reef on its world danger list.
Ex-NoW deputy cleared over hacking
The former deputy editor of the News of the World, Neil Wallis, is cleared of conspiracy to hack voicemails, four years after he was first arrested.
VIDEO: What is productivity anyway?
An instant guide to Britain's 'productivity puzzle'
Alexis Tsipras and his Greek gamble
The Greek prime minister's efforts to balance the books may add up to his departure, writes Gavin Hewitt.
Queen Victoria's 'big pants' for sale
A pair of Queen Victoria's cotton pants with a 45in (114cm) waistband are to be sold at auction in Wiltshire.
Murray: US heat taught me lesson
In his latest BBC Sport column, Andy Murray talks ice baths and hydration after learning a hot weather lesson in New York.
Japan v England: The key battles
Who holds the key to England reaching the Women's World Cup final? And who stands in their way?
Heathrow backed - now it's up to the politicians
Can David Cameron back down from his 2009 pledge that there would not be a third runway?

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