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Seven people, including two children, are injured in a boat explosion in Buckinghamshire.
Britain's James Guy wins a silver medal in the men's 400m freestyle at the World Swimming Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Glamorgan's One Day Cup match against Hampshire is abandoned after concerns of a "dangerous pitch".
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces he is dissolving parliament and calling a parliamentary election for 19 October.
Police are investigating two serious crashes on the A470 in south Wales.
A teenage girl stabbed at a Gay Pride march in Jerusalem on Thursday dies from her wounds, doctors say.
An exhibition showcasing the work of Alexander McQueen has proved so popular that the V&A has remained open throughout the night.
Zimbabwe says it is seeking a second American over the illegal killing of a lion, as the outcry over the death of famed animal Cecil continues.
The Treasury could begin the process of selling part of the government's stake in Royal Bank of Scotland from Monday, according to BBC sources.
The Duchess of Cambridge is now an advanced scuba diver, a Kensington Palace official says.
Karen Allen reports from Saint-Denis, Reunion, where a second piece of suspected plane debris has washed ashore.
Archive footage of Cilla Black singing Anyone Who Had a Heart, which went to number one in the charts.
South Sudan will compete at Rio 2016 after becoming the 206th member of the Olympic movement.
Singer and TV star Cilla Black, who enjoyed a 50-year showbusiness career, dies aged 72, police in Spain say.
People who do not speak fluent English will be barred from public sector jobs which involve working directly with the public, the government says.
Flying disc sports, including Ultimate Frisbee, are officially recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Greg van Avermaet's team may take legal action after a crash between the rider and a TV bike at the Clasica San Sebastian.
The Swedish justice and migration minister accuses David Cameron of "playing politics" with the migrant crisis in Calais.
Great Britain's Jamie Murray and Australian partner John Peers win the doubles at the Hamburg Open.
Police investigating the murder of a man who died after being found unconscious on a Cardiff street name him as Russell Peachey.