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A female cyclist, 26, dies in a collision with a tipper truck in the City of London.
Two rival communities in Kenya agree to pay a fine of 50 cows for every person killed in recent violence, as part of a ceasefire deal.
Some 224 people die during a heatwave in Pakistan's Sindh province, with extreme temperatures forecast again for Monday.
Labourers continue to wait for work in the searing heatwave of Pakistan, where more than 200 people are now believed to have died.
French telecoms giant Numericable-SFR makes a €10bn offer for rival Bouygues Telecom, sending its share price sharply higher, but the government expresses reservations.
The BBC's Christian Fraser reports from Athens, where he found there is still an appetite for the drachma, when there was apparently greater prosperity and more tourism in Greece.
Apple Music reverses its payment policy, a day after Taylor Swift said she was refusing to allow the company to stream her album 1989.
Both Israel and Palestinian militants may have committed war crimes during the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict, UN investigators say.
A heatwave in Pakistan's southern Sindh province claims the lives of more than 200 people.
Forward Neymar is out of the Copa America and returns home after Brazil opt not to appeal against his four-game ban.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes an independent adviser could help make Formula 1 more exciting.
Residents in the Mathare slum area of Kenya's capital, Nairobi, are now able to access water through an ATM-style dispenser.
EU foreign ministers extend economic sanctions against Russia until the end of January 2016 as clashes continue to weaken the Ukraine ceasefire.
A plane en route from Rome to Chicago was forced to divert to Belfast after a man got angry over nuts and crackers, a court has heard.
Police in the western Indian city of Mumbai say 102 people have died in one of the country's worst cases of alcohol poisoning.
Real-life historical adventures inspire both winners of this years CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway medals, Tanya Landman and William Grill.
The Ghanaian police use tear gas on residents demonstrating against the demolition of an Accra slum.
Greece faces a crucial 24 hours, as an emergency EU summit in Brussels tries to break the deadlock on the country's debt crisis.
Four people are killed and 30 wounded in a wave of grenade attacks overnight in Burundi, police say, a week before parliamentary elections.
An annual dog-meat festival in south-west China is taking place on Monday amid uproar from animal rights activists.