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Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell is to set out Labour's response to the EU referendum in a speech in London.
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Men from the 38th Welsh Division describe their experiences in BBC interviews recorded in the 1980s.
Evie Prichard writes about living with prosopagnosia, a condition which means she can't recognise faces - even her own family's.
Slaughter awaited the Scottish infantrymen who went over the top on the first day of World War One's most deadly battle.
School arson attacks carried out by students appear to have become a trend in Kenya, which has left people speculating about the causes, but no-one seems to agree.
The body of a tourist is recovered from a ravine in the Peruvian Andes after he fell while taking pictures of himself near the Machu Pichu site.
The world can be a dangerous place, but can smartphone apps really help protect us when things go wrong?
What will the UK's exit from the EU mean for British workers in Europe? Many expats are in shock about their home country's decision to leave.
James Naughtie visits the fields where the Battle of the Somme was fought, as the centenary commemorations begin.
One of the UK's biggest industrial companies, Siemens UK, tells the BBC that future investment could be hit in the wake of the Brexit vote.
More than $24 million (£18m) had been found in a Miami attic during a drugs raid, police say.
Stopping Eden Hazard, feeding Sam Vokes - ex-Wales strikers Dean Saunders and John Hartson on where Friday's Euro 2016 tie will be decided.
A dramatic turn of events in the Conservative Party leadership contest demands a dramatic set of headlines and front pages - and Friday's newspapers duly deliver.
The immune system can be trained to attack itself to reverse a devastating autoimmune disease, in animals.
Prostitution laws should be urgently rewritten so sex workers are no longer criminalised for soliciting, a new Commons report says.
A military historian has found evidence that British military intelligence failures at the Somme gave away the plan to attack.
Portugal beat Poland on penalties to reach the semi-finals of the European Championship for the fourth time in five tournaments.
The man at the centre of popular podcast Serial, Adnan Syed, is to receive a new trial, says a judge.
Britain's Dan Evans meets Swiss seven-times champion Roger Federer in the third round at Wimbledon on Friday.