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  1. Greek PM replaces outspoken minister

    Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns, hours after voters back his policy of rejecting creditors’ demands for more austerity.
  2. Alice inquest 'should be widened'

    The inquest into the death of schoolgirl Alice Gross should address why police knew nothing about her killer's murderous past, her family say.
  3. 'Multiple injuries' in city bus crash

    Two double-decker buses crash into each other in a city centre, leaving two people with life-threatening injuries.
  4. Budget pledge on speedier adoptions

    The government is to pledge £30m to try to speed up the process of finding adoptive parents for children in care in England.
  5. UK events to mark Srebrenica dead

    Events across the UK are being staged to commemorate the thousands of Muslim men and boys from Srebrenica killed by Bosnian Serb forces 20 years ago this week.
  6. McIlroy sustains major ankle injury

    Defending champion Rory McIlroy is a doubt for the Open after totally rupturing an ankle ligament playing football with friends.
  7. London Olympics legacy 'a failure'

    The opportunity for the London Olympics to inspire a generation of children to participate in sport has been squandered, Tessa Jowell says.
  8. Twin Nigeria blasts kill scores

    Two bomb attacks - on a restaurant and a mosque - in the central Nigerian city of Jos have left at least 44 people dead, the authorities say.
  9. News of World reporter sentenced

    News of the World features editor Jules Stenson receives a four-month suspended sentence at the Old Bailey for his part in the phone-hacking trial.
  10. Dementia support gaps 'fail patients'

    Patchy support for people with dementia is failing patients and their carers, doctors warn.
  11. Banks 'not liable' for vishing fraud

    People who are the victims of so-called 'vishing' scams cannot always rely on their bank to compensate them, a study suggests.
  12. Greek bailout referendum dominates

    Greece's rejection of an international bailout plan dominates the front pages, but there is also room for plenty of pictures of Princess Charlotte's christening.
  13. 48 hours to keep Greece in euro

    Greece's economy minister tells me, in an exclusive interview, how the Syriza government hopes to keep his country in the euro, after the "no" vote.
  14. Combative new star of the French right

    Hugh Schofield interviews Florian Philippot, the man credited with a major role in the rise of the Front National in France.
  15. Will the Budget encore have new material?

  16. What will happen if BBC funds free licences?

    The implications of reports the chancellor is planning to announce the BBC will have to meet the cost of free TV licences for over-75s are examined by correspondent Nick Higham.
  17. Hamilton was fighting back tears

    Lewis Hamilton says he was "tearing up" on his way to winning the British Grand Prix in front of a capacity Silverstone crowd.
  18. Crowds, keepers & heroic England

    From the kindness of Canadians to a super final - after 52 games over 29 days, the highs and lows of the Women's World Cup.
  19. What not to miss on day seven

    Your essential guide to day seven of Wimbledon as Andy Murray, Roger Federer and the Williams sisters are all in action.
  20. USA 5-2 Japan

    USA beat former champions Japan in Vancouver to become the first nation to win three Women's World Cups.
  21. Player dropped in grooming probe

    A Hull KR player is dropped by his club after being questioned by police over allegations of grooming.
  22. Markets ride out Greek vote storm

    European and Asian stock markets and the euro have fallen after Greece's "no" vote, but by far less than analysts had feared.
  23. Rolls-Royce in third profit warning

    Rolls-Royce has issued its second profit warning of 2015, blaming lower oil prices, as well as weaker demand for some of its aircraft engines.
  24. PM and Osborne assess Greek fallout

    David Cameron, George Osborne and Mark Carney meet to assess the impact on the UK of Greece's "no" vote to its austerity package.
  25. Sturgeon memo leak complaint upheld

    The press regulator upholds a complaint against the Daily Telegraph over a story about a leaked memo involving First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
  26. Mass vaccination call for rabies

    Renewed efforts are needed to vaccinate dogs against rabies, health experts warn.
  27. BBC journalist finds stem-cell donor

    BBC journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who has an aggressive form of leukaemia, says she has found a stem-cell donor following a public appeal.
  28. Exam focus 'harms' pupils' health

    Schools are on the verge of becoming exam factories that damage pupils' mental health and self-esteem, says the NUT.
  29. Student migration rules 'ludicrous'

    The head of Cambridge University says it is "ludicrous" to include overseas students in UK migration targets.
  30. Minecraft convention comes to London

    London's Docklands was home to Minecon this weekend - the global gathering for fans of the block-building video game.
  31. Reddit apologises after staff sacking

    Ellen Pao, CEO at Reddit, says sorry over way "we handled the transition" after community complains about the sacking of a popular employee.
  32. Solar Impulse completes epic flight

    Solar Impulse, the aeroplane that is powered only by the sun, lands in Hawaii after making a historic 7,200km flight across the Pacific from Japan.
  33. Cats 'control mice' with chemicals

    Scientists say a compound in cat urine changes mouse behaviour, making them less afraid of cats.
  34. BBC bows to pressure over Wimbledon show

    The BBC changes the format of the Wimbledon highlights programme hosted by Clare Balding after mounting criticism of the format.
  35. Grohl performs on TV-inspired throne

    Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl plays through the pain of a broken leg, sitting atop a Game of Thrones-inspired chair at US gig.
  36. Was HG Wells the first to think of the atom bomb?

    The atom bomb was one of the defining inventions of the 20th Century. How did a sci-fi writer predict its invention?
  37. How is a life worth £12,980?

    A newspaper firm has protested about damages in phone hacking cases. But how is compensation worked out?
  38. Runaway trailer kills pensioner

    A man dies after being hit by a tractor trailer which came away from the vehicle towing it, police say.
  39. Swingers festival 'was too loud'

    A swingers festival fails to click with nearby villagers who complain of nocturnal noise nuisance from three nights of "incredibly loud music".
  40. Women 'hit hardest by benefits cuts'

    Welfare reforms brought in by the UK government having a "devastating impact" on women, says report by MSPs.
  41. MPs discuss abortion law devolution

    MPs are to debate whether abortion law should be devolved to the Scottish Parliament as they continue to examine the Scotland Bill.
  42. Nama politician's identity 'unclear'

    The Irish TD who claimed a Northern Ireland politician stood to benefit from the sale of Nama's Northern Ireland property loan portfolio says he is not fully certain of their identity.
  43. Pine martens caught on camera in NI

    A once rare and elusive forest dweller is much more common in Northern Ireland than was previously thought, according to a new study.
  44. Two dead, two hurt by lightning hits

    Two men are treated in hospital after lightning strikes in the Brecon Beacons which killed two other men on Sunday.
  45. Prince meets Ashes teams in Cardiff

    Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall begin their week-long summer visit to Wales on Monday.
  46. Tunisia declares state of emergency

    Tunisia declares a state of emergency, just over a week after 38 people were killed in attack in the resort city of Sousse.
  47. Kenyan 'killer brew' crackdown

    Authorities in Kenya are beginning a four-day nationwide crackdown against illicitly brewed alcohol following a recent spate of deaths.
  48. Asia shares slide on Greek 'no' vote

    Most Asian stock markets fall after Greek voters rejected austerity demands from creditors in Sunday's referendum.
  49. 'Pearl Harbor' row after US win

    Victory for the US over Japan in the Women's World Cup turns into a Twitter row, with some calling it "revenge" for Pearl Harbor.
  50. Chinese tourists to Turkey warned

    China gives safety advice to its nationals in Turkey after protests over the treatment of ethnic Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang.
  51. Champagne given world heritage title

    The industry behind champagne production has been handed world heritage status by the United Nations' cultural arm.
  52. Pope to draw huge crowds in Ecuador

    Hundreds of thousands of people are gathering in the Ecuadorean city of Guayaquil to see Pope Francis celebrate Mass.
  53. US 'routinely spied' on Brazil

    Wikileaks says it has evidence that the United States has routinely spied on senior Brazilian government officials since 2011 or earlier.
  54. 'Hard choices' needed for Iran deal

    US Secretary of State John Kerry says "hard choices" are needed if a deal over Iran's nuclear programme is to be made by Tuesday's deadline.
  55. Air strikes on Syria IS stronghold

    The US-led coalition against the Islamic State group carries out an air assault on its Raqqa stronghold in Syria.
  56. Clinton accuses China of hacking US

    US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton accuses China of hacking US computers and stealing commercial secrets and government information.
  57. US actress Diana Douglas dies at 92

    US actress and model Diana Douglas, the first wife of actor Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, has died aged 92, her family says.
  58. In pictures: Unesco World Heritage sites 2015

    Latest places to be added to Unesco's list of World Heritage Sites
  59. Your pictures: Lines

    Readers' photographs on the theme of lines
  60. In pictures: Lightning illuminates UK

    Thunderstorms across the country from north to south
  61. In Pictures: A modern biplane factory

    Inside a modern biplane factory recreating aircraft of the 1930s
  62. Week in pictures: 27 June - 3 July 2015

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  63. In pictures: American Puzzles by Burk Uzzle

    Images by photographer Burk Uzzle on show in New York
  64. In pictures: Val Doonican

    A look back at the life of the Irish singer
  65. In pictures: Ghana fire recovery

    After fire and floods which swept through Accra
  66. VIDEO: Westminster Hall

    MPs debate topics including development goals and Iran's nuclear programme.
  67. VIDEO: 'Take cash for entire Greek holiday'

    More than a million British holidaymakers will be heading to Greece this summer, and as the debt crisis unfolds many will naturally be feeling nervous about how it could affect them.
  68. VIDEO: Warning over scams targeting elderly

    People with elderly relatives are being urged to warn them about the dangers of falling victim to phone fraud, where callers try to scam unsuspecting victims out of cash.
  69. VIDEO: Incredible halfway line goal for USA's Lloyd

    USA's Carli Lloyd completes her hat-trick with an incredible strike from the halfway line against Japan in the 2015 Women's World Cup final in Vancouver.
  70. VIDEO: 'I believed I was going to die'

    After surviving the 7/7 attacks, Jacqui Putnam joined the Red Cross and says she feels she has to "make sure something good comes out of this".
  71. VIDEO: How spies eavesdrop on secret talks

    BBC Arabic's Reda El Mawy reports on fears that sensitive talks on Iran's nuclear programme could be being spied on.
  72. VIDEO: 'I've just had some wonderful news'

    Journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who has an aggressive form of leukaemia, tells her video diary that she has found a stem cell donor.
  73. VIDEO: Christening held for Princess Charlotte

    Princess Charlotte, the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, has been christened at a service in Norfolk.
  74. VIDEO: Battle scars: Gaza war's legacy

    One year on, Lyse Doucet speaks to a 12-year-old boy who survived a defining moment of the 2014 war between Israeli forces and Palestinian militant groups in Gaza.
  75. The time when the government tried to feed everybody

    The time when the government tried to feed everybody
  76. The 7/7 victims who just walked away

    What happened to the 7/7 victims who just walked away?
  77. Putting on the Shaun the Sheep show

    Crowds flock to see Bristol Shauns
  78. From Bowie's barmaid to $230m boss

    The $230m boss who served drinks on David Bowie's yacht
  79. A pastor for America's outsiders

    The Lutheran pastor wooing America's outsiders
  80. Inside Uganda's model village

    What difference does a new approach to aid make?
  81. The English 'father of baseball'

    The Englishman behind the rise of America's national sport

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