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Nottinghamshire's chief executive dismisses claims the club deliberately prepared a lifeless pitch for the first Test.
24 hours of news photos: 10 July
The government has criticised unions calling strike action without a significant enough level of support.
Glasgow becomes the first city in Scotland to launch a council-led scheme offering free access to the internet.
Emergency data laws are vital to protecting national security, Theresa May tells MPs.
Rory McIlroy makes seven birdies to break the course record with a first-round 64 at the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen.
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
The Bank of England holds UK interest rates at a record low of 0.5% for another month, and keeps its quantitative easing programme at £375bn.
A fresh landslide hits a makeshift mine in Honduras where eight miners remain trapped after a collapse last week.
Plucky bird causes a flap at Brighton as first to be caught on camera in photo finish of a horse race.
Why is action star Chuck Norris trending in Argentina?
Patrice Evra asks to leave Manchester United but stops short of handing in a transfer request amid interest from Juventus.
Why Coe is likely to win race for BBC top job
Two Spaniards have been gored and several other people have been hurt on the fourth day of the traditional running of the bulls festival in Pamplona.
Burundi's parliament passes a bill to curb the "proliferation of churches" in a country where there are more than 500 practising denominations.
Jeremy Bowen visits Baghdad's main morgue, hearing how it is unable to cope as the city's death toll rises.
A 12-year-old boy is the latest victim of Japan's Typhoon Neoguri as a landslide crashes through the town of Nagiso destroying buildings in its path.