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Damaged flight recorders from the EgyptAir aircraft which crashed last month will be sent to France for repairs, Egyptian investigators say.
After a Pennsylvania man was stopped and arrested with a cache of weapons in New York's Holland Tunnel, a complicated story about the ravages of heroin in a small town emerged.
A man who lost his daughter to heroin became set on rescuing other young drug addicts.
Captain Wayne Rooney believes England are capable of "magical things" after reaching the last 16 of Euro 2016.
Pictures are released of 72 England football fans suspected of having been involved in "highly organised" violence in Marseille during Euro 2016.
Goldman Sachs is scrapping face-to-face interviews on university campuses in a bid to attract a wider range of talent.
Tottenham sign midfielder Victor Wanyama on a five-year deal from Premier League rivals Southampton.
Australia coach Michael Cheika expects series winners England to "throw it around a little bit more" in Saturday's third Test.
Live coverage of the result of the EU referendum
The Italian navy and coastguard say they have rescued about 4,500 migrants from dozens of small boats in the Mediterranean during the course of Thursday.
A Supreme Court deadlock over Barack Obama’s plan to shield people living illegally is a major blow to the president and denies access to work permits to millions.
Middlesex and England batsman Nick Compton will take a break from cricket, the club and the ECB have agreed.
US Democrats end their sit-in protest over gun control after more than 24 hours occupying the floor of the House.
Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson has been found not guilty in US trial for murder of black detainee Freddie Gray.
Wales' Gareth Bale says winning Euro 2016 is their "ultimate goal", while Kyle Lafferty insists Northern Ireland "can go all the way".
Timelapse video shows the five year construction of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York.
A Turkish man gets a suspended one-year jail term for insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan by depicting him as the Gollum character from the Lord of the Rings.
US Presidential hopeful Donald Trump touches down in Scotland, to open his revamped £200m golf resort.
There may be no music yet but Glastonbury has already kicked off in Somerset, with a muddy welcome awaiting festival-goers.
Volkswagen agrees to pay $10.2bn (£6.9bn) to settle some claims in the US from its emissions cheating scandal, according to reports.