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Donald Trump labels House Speaker Paul Ryan 'weak' after the leading Republican said he would no longer defend the nominee.
President Barack Obama says the US will work with private companies on its plan to send humans to Mars in the 2030s.
Japanese electronics firm Fujitsu has told staff of plans to cut up to 1,800 jobs in the UK, but says it is not linked to Brexit.
A student awoke "sore and naked" after being given a drink by a man accused of four murders and a string of rapes, a court hears.
Motorists stopped for speeding outside a school are being offered a new choice of punishment.
A 90-year-old man who works as a paperboy and is paid in pints says he has no plans to retire.
The BBC's Anna Holligan reports on an apparent ban on Pokemon Go on some beaches in the Netherlands.
A police Land Rover is spray-painted silver in a night-time vandalism attack.
The Duchess of Cambridge is making her first solo royal trip overseas, travelling to The Hague and Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
The foreign secretary questions the lack of anti-war protests in London against Russia.
Police release e-fits of two men suspected of abducting and raping a 14-year-old schoolgirl on her way to school in Oxford.
Iranian football fans are asked to chant religious slogans at a World Cup qualifier in Tehran that clashes with a holy day for Shia Muslims.
An NHS hospital is considering asking pregnant patients to prove they are eligible for free treatment by showing ID in a move to combat so-called health tourism.