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As social media widens Wimbledon's global reach, BBC Sport takes a look at what people at SW19 are sharing.
Virgin Atlantic sheds about 500 managerial and support jobs just months after the airline announced a return to profit.
Leicester City sack boss Nigel Pearson, with the club saying that the "working relationship was no longer viable".
Britain's Andy Murray begins his Wimbledon campaign with a win over Mikhail Kukushkin as the Centre Court temperature reaches 41C.
Liam Broady and Heather Watson lead the British challenge as temperatures are expected to soar on day three at Wimbledon.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter will not travel to Canada for the final of the Women's World Cup for "personal reasons".
About 1,200 prisoners, including al-Qaeda suspects, escape from jail in central Yemen following clashes, officials say.
Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes is found after going missing from his home in Majorca
A search is under way for a man missing in a river in Cumbria.
The Scottish Secretary dismisses accusations that UK ministers are not listening to those who want the Scotland Bill strengthened.
Cross-Channel passengers are stranded after striking Calais ferry workers closed the port and blocked Eurotunnel services.
Apple's Beats 1 radio station launches with Zane Lowe presenting the first show from Los Angeles.
A couple described as "born and bred" Londoners are among those killed in last week's Tunisian beach attack, their family confirms.
MPs in Westminster Hall took part in debates on topics including shale gas.
Egypt's president vows to enact legal reforms so death sentences can be enforced more swiftly, a day after the assassination of the public prosecutor.
Former Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe broadcasts his first show on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio station.
California governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill that imposes one of the strictest school vaccination laws in the US.
The trial of three men accused of helping a Cardiff teenager reach Syria to fight with Islamic State is halted by a judge at the Old Bailey.
Russian prosecutors will examine whether the Soviet Union acted legally when it recognised the Baltic states' independence in 1991.
Tunisian security sources say that Seifeddine Rezgui, who killed 38 people in an attack on a hotel in the resort of Sousse, was trained in Libya.