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The Belfast-born writer CS Lewis, is to be honoured with a series of new sculptures from his most famous book, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
A book of condolence for the victims of a gun attack at a Tunisian beach resort opens in Belfast on Tuesday.
At least 30 people are killed as a military transport plane crashes in a residential area of the Indonesian city of Medan, officials say.
The UK economy grew by 0.4% in first quarter of 2015, revised up from a previous estimate of 0.3%, official figures show.
Labour leadership contenders Liz Kendall and Andy Burnham call for changes to welfare-to-work schemes and employment tribunal fees ahead of another hustings in the contest.
Four British tourists seriously injured in the Tunisian beach attack have been flown back to the UK by the RAF.
Two-time Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Kauto Star is put down after suffering a fractured pelvis.
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras threatens to resign if the result of a snap referendum on Greece's debt crisis due on Sunday does not go his way.
Police respond to a riot at the Ravenhall maximum security prison in Melbourne, which officials say may be linked to a smoking ban in jails.
After its watered down plans were attacked in March, the EU reaches a deal to end mobile data roaming charges and define net neutrality rules.
Stock markets in Asia rise, recovering some of the ground lost on Monday when markets were hit by worries over Greece.
Shares in London and across Europe continues to fall with Greece expected to default on a payment to the IMF.
Hundreds of schools are being told to raise their exam results, under plans announced by the education secretary.
Thousands of ferry passengers are stranded on both sides of the Channel as port workers in Calais stage fresh strike action.
Beijing is watching the unravelling of events in Athens with a mixture of dismay, strategic patience and cunning, says Carrie Gracie.
UK Anti-Doping confirms it is investigating claims about doping techniques allegedly used by coach Alberto Salazar.
Shares in struggling Japanese electronics giant Sony fall more than 8% after it announces plans to raise $3.6bn through a sale of shares and bonds.
Two people are dead after one of them set himself on fire on board a Japanese Shinkansen bullet train, public broadcaster NHK reports.
The Islamic State (IS) militant group say its Yemeni affiliate carried out a car-bombing at a funeral attended by Shia Houthi rebels in Sanaa, with many casualties.
Investigators say they have been waiting for three months to interview Mexican soldiers over the disappearance last year of 43 students.