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Some 2,000 migrants tried to enter the Channel Tunnel terminal in Calais on Monday night in an attempt to reach the UK, operator Eurotunnel says.
New England Patriots' Tom Brady damaged "the integrity" of his sport, the NFL say following the 'Deflate-gate' investigation.
Britain's Jack Laugher and Chris Mears win bronze in the synchronised 3m springboard at the World Aquatics Championships.
A 23-year-old man from Florida is arrested for attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction in an attack in the US, officials say.
Investigators have said a Virgin Galactic spaceship crash was caused by structural failure after the co-pilot unlocked a braking system early.
Jonathan Pollard, jailed in the US for 30 years for spying for Israel, is to be freed on parole in November, his lawyers say.
The Peruvian Army says it has rescued 39 people - most of them children - from a farm where Shining Path rebels kept them as slave workers.
A former New York prison worker pleads guilty to charges that she helped two convicted killers escape.
More than 700 fines handed to motorists using Belfast bus lanes are cancelled because of a "timing issue" with detection cameras.
A man is jailed for trying to blackmail US heiress Haley Meijer out of £2m by posting pornographic pictures of her online.
Rolls-Royce, the engine and turbine maker, is to invest up to £60m in its Renfrewshire manufacturing plant.
Some 2,000 migrants tried to enter the Channel Tunnel terminal in Calais on Monday night in an attempt to reach the UK, operator Eurotunnel has said.
A man dies after being pulled from the sea off the south coast of Wales while a nine-year-old boy is taken to hospital.
Police apologise to the family of a woman left dying in a car for several days after an officer left her a voicemail 10 days after her death.
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness says his meeting White House officials about the Stormont crisis was positive and encouraging, despite DUP claims it was a waste of time.
Conservationists in Zimbabwe say the man who paid $50,000 (£32,000) to kill the country's most famous lion was an American dentist.
Ford has predicted industry-wide sales will be flat or fall in China this year - the world's biggest car market.
The nuclear deal with Iran is not meant to "reform Iran's regime, or end its support for terrorism", US Secretary of State John Kerry tells US Congress.
A campaign promotes the idea that children should be able to delete their online past.
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