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The downing of Malaysian plane MH17 in east Ukraine may constitute a "war crime", UN human rights chief Navi Pillay says.
Lighting struck people on Venice Beach in Los Angeles, some were treated at scene.
Thousands of passport workers are striking over staffing and pay, with the government saying their action could threaten people's holidays.
Students who survived South Korea's ferry disaster describe how they floated out of flooded cabins, as the trial of the crew continues.
A 23-year old man is charged with the attempted murder and sexual assault of an 85 year-old-woman in Edinburgh.
The bidding process for licences to extract shale gas - using the controversial process fracking - will begin later on Monday, the government announces.
A Sinn Féin constituency office in Derry is targeted in an arson attack.
Lightning strikes, hail, torrential rain and flash flooding cause major travel problems across part of south-east England.
The UN Security Council calls for an "immediate and unconditional humanitarian ceasefire" in Gaza after the quietest night in weeks.
Lily Allen posted a mocked-up picture on Instagram of her being arrested by officers in Australia before taking it back down.
The singer and former X Factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlo has told the BBC she has never been involved in drugs and she has never taken cocaine.
Seventeen people are injured, one of them seriously, when a car ploughs into the crowd at a car 'cruising' event in Plymouth.
Four people, including two children, were rescued off the Gower coast after their inflatable dinghy got swept out to sea in a rip tide.
A Swansea electronics firm is to double its workforce as it moves to a building at the old Visteon factory site.
A team of scientists is visiting Northern Ireland later in a bid to draw up a genetic map of the British Isles.
Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford says he is "talking a lot" about the possibility of a women's professional cycling squad.
Mercedes will rethink their race strategy after another Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg battle at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Both the Times and the Sun lead with stories about overstretched services in the NHS, and the Mail says Britons are being fleeced by rogue parking firms..
A crew flying in front of a US helicopter brought down by geese have told how it disappeared into a "fireball".
Ministers are "turning their backs" on victims of domestic violence, shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper will say in a speech later.