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The heads of both the International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank have attended talks in Berlin in an attempt to reach a deal with Athens.
Tributes are paid in Wales to the former leader of the Liberal Democrats Charles Kennedy who has died in Scotland aged 55.
Former Liberal Democrat Party leader Charles Kennedy has died at his home in Scotland aged 55, his family says.
Former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy brought a different style to Westminster politics, says BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith.
Nine people including several aid workers are killed in an attack by unknown gunmen in Balkh province, northern Afghanistan, say officials.
The Secretary of State warns Northern Ireland's political leaders to choose between the Stormont House Agreement or a path that "threatens to wreak havoc".
Five people are dead and hundreds are missing after a cruise ship with more than 450 people, mostly elderly tourists, capsizes on China's Yangtze River.
Former Lib Dem leader Paddy Ashdown says Charles Kennedy's death is "a loss to the whole of British politics".
Jules O'Dwyer is "shocked and surprised" by the reaction to her using a stunt double dog for her winning sketch.
The Reserve Bank of India has cut interest rates for the third time this year to help boost growth in Asia's third largest economy.
Emergency crews deal with several incidents across Wales as heavy rain and high winds affected many areas overnight.
Robbie Savage looks back at his season's highlights as a pundit, recalls some of his run-ins and revisits some of his predictions too.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter will attend the Women's World Cup final in Canada despite the crisis engulfing the governing body.
A look back at the political life of former Liberal Democrat Party leader Charles Kennedy, who has died aged 55.
Broken bones, dicing with death and refusing to get a proper job, the life of a female professional motorcycle racer.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt tells the NHS "enough cash, now deliver", David Cameron faces a cabinet split over child benefit, and Britain's Got Talent's "conned" by a canine stunt double.
Former Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont says there can be "no quick fix" for her party if it is to survive, in her first broadcast interview since resigning.
A special set of commemorative stamps has been issued to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, the document that founded principles of law still in effect today.
Nightclubs, pigeon lofts and a wet fish stall are among some of the assets held by UK councils, according to a report by the Taxpayers' Alliance.
A female tourist has been killed in a lion attack at a game park in South Africa.