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Much of Fleet Street puts very disturbing images of an apparent massacre of captured Iraqi Army soldiers by ISIS militants on its front pages.
Scientists at Birmingham University are running a project that puts an autonomous robot in a working office environment to do a real job.
Argentina must continue to play with a 4-3-3 structure that allows Lionel Messi to blossom, writes BBC Sport's Tim Vickery.
An offensive by Islamist militants in northern Iraq has cleared the way for another group historically hostile to Baghdad to extend their reach.
Families of the those who went missing on flight MH370 have marked 100 days since the disappearance, as the authorities vow to carry on searching.
Where did it all go so right for Belgium?
The Chinese Premier, Li Keqiang, arrives in Britain for a summit meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron, which will include talks on trade.
A man who has been stuck in a cave underneath the mountains between Germany and Austria for a week is well enough for the rescue operation to begin, officials say.
Cristiano Ronaldo says he is fit for Portugal's World Cup campaign, but does not feel pressure to reproduce his club form.
Incumbent Juan Manuel Santos has been re-elected as Colombian president with nearly 51% of the vote, seeing off his right-wing challenger.
Lionel Messi scores a superb goal as Argentina begin their World Cup campaign with a win over Bosnia-Hercegovina.
Ableism joins racism and sexism as the new prejudice
Who is playing? How can you watch the games? Who does our expert think will win? All you need on Fifa World Cup day five.
Going underground to make subterranean London “smart”
How analysts are using statistics to predict the outcome in Brazil.
Should you ask someone's permission to kiss them?
Pilgrims return to Indian temple a year after devastating floods
The design of a special edition Ryder Cup £5 bank-note is unveiled ahead of the prestigious tournament in September.
A leading economic forecaster predicts Scotland is set for its best year since 2008 but warns of risks surrounding the referendum.
Consumers are being warned to stop washing raw chicken as doing so increases the risk of food poisoning.