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Natwest and parent company RBS have become the first UK banks to warn they may have to charge to accept deposits due to low interest rates.
Bernie Sanders urges the US to put Hillary Clinton in the White House, in a speech to the Democratic convention in Philadelphia.
Michelle Obama hits out at Republican Donald Trump in a speech at the Democratic National Convention
A crackdown on rail firms hiding cheap fares and a warning of "dire" broadband speeds make front page headlines.
BBC Sport continues the countdown to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games with the 1968 Mexico City protest by Tommie Smith and John Carlos at their treatment in the United States.
Nineteen people are stabbed to death at a care home for people with mental disabilities in Sagamihara, in Japan's worst mass killing in decades.
Prisoners held indefinitely after serving their minimum term or tariff should not have to prove it is "safe" to release them, the new Parole Board chairman says.
The first round-the-world solar powered flight has been completed.
The Solar Impulse becomes the first aircraft to circle the globe powered by the sun after landing in Abu Dhabi on the last leg of its journey.
Theresa May is to meet Irish counterpart Enda Kenny for talks set to be dominated by the fallout from the UK's vote to leave the EU.
When it comes to height, Dutch men and Latvian women tower over all other nationalities, a new study reveals.
Could sticking to the traditional suit at work hamper your career?
Photographer Charles Fox documents the work of the Trapang Sangke fishing community in Cambodia.
The police response to hate crime is to be reviewed after a sharp rise in incidents following the EU referendum, the government is to announce.
Jamie Coomarasamy sees how growing numbers of Americans are switching - or thinking of switching - party allegiances at the forthcoming presidential election.
London's Garden Bridge project has been pushed back until at least the autumn.
Syria's Kurds have come a long way since declaring self-rule in 2013, but territorial expansion is creating its own problems, writes the BBC's Lina Sinjab.
Iranians and Georgians appalled by national uniforms designed for Olympics opening ceremony.
Eddie Mair and Kirsty Young are voted the UK's favourite radio voices in a poll conducted by Radio Times.
The UK government's getting together with the retail giant Amazon, to start testing flying drones that can deliver parcels to your door.