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One of Ireland's most senior Catholic clerics calls for the Church to take a "reality check" following the country's overwhelming vote in favour of same-sex marriage.
Roger Federer and women's third seed Simona Halep progress in straight sets on the opening day of the French Open.
A group of female activists have made a rare crossing through one of the world's most militarised borders to promote reconciliation between North and South Korea.
Didier Drogba leaves Chelsea for the second time and says he has one more season before retirement.
Police Scotland are told by the Crown Office to reinvestigate the unsolved murder of a woman killed in South Lanarkshire 10 years ago.
Police probing the deaths of a man, woman and young girl in Oxfordshire appeal for help in finding a man called Jed Allen.
Violet McAfee, who was hit by a motorbike while watching the North West 200, says she is confident of making a good recovery.
Limiting the rights of EU migrants to claim tax credits is a key part of renegotiating the UK's relationship with the EU, Sajid Javid says.
A hospital surgeon allegedly used a "rusty hacksaw" to amputate a patient's leg after discovering a metal plate in the limb.
Manchester United withdraw from this year's Milk Cup the club's defender Paddy McNair pulls out of Tuesday's competition draw.
The second day of Radio 1's Big Weekend in Norwich starts with showers but hasn't put off any of the 25,000 fans at Earlham Park.
A large fire which broke out at a disused factory near Aberdeen city centre is being treated as suspicious by police.
In a small, heavily guarded compound on the outskirts of Baidoa in Somalia, a new programme is trying to help former al-Shabab fighters reintegrate into society.
Acting leader Harriet Harman says Labour has dropped its opposition to an "in/out" vote on the UK's EU membership, and will now back the government's referendum bill.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid says he hopes to save firms more than £10bn by cutting red tape - but rejects a fresh move to make it easier to sack employees.
One of Europe's biggest youth festivals - the Urdd Eisteddfod - begins in Caerphilly county.
The centre helping former al-Shabab members quit
Ethiopians vote in the first elections since the death of long-serving Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, with predictions his successor will retain power.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid rejects a call from a former head of the army to send UK ground troops to fight Islamic State.
Labour MP Rushanara Ali tells the BBC she is entering the deputy leadership race, and will "start by going after UKIP voters who left Labour".