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"Loud explosions" heard across the east of England were caused by a sonic boom when a jet broke the sound barrier, the MoD says.
Britain's Andy Murray comes from behind to beat Marin Cilic and win the Aegon Championships at Queen's for the third time.
Five passengers from an Egyptair flight which was diverted to Prestwick airport on Saturday did not reboard the plane when it resumed its journey to the US.
The exclusion zone around the G8 summit venue in County Fermanagh is extended.
Former Newcastle manager Joe Kinnear confirms that he has been appointed as their new director of football.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and Russian President Vladimir Putin hold a joint press conference at Downing Street.
A Welsh Labour MP is calling on the UK government to support a moratorium on the use and development of so-called "killer robots".
A 32-year-old man is arrested after four men, one of them a police officer, suffer stab wounds at a mosque in Birmingham.
Syria condemns Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi for cutting off diplomatic relations between the two countries.
A baboon is shot dead after it escaped from its safari park enclosure.
"Welfare for the wealthy" must be tackled before the government makes any more benefit cuts, Nick Clegg tells the BBC.
Hundreds of bikers attending a Harley-Davidson festival hear a Mass given by Pope Francis on St Peter's Square.
Former Liberal Democrat chief executive Lord Rennard is interviewed by police under caution over sexual harassment allegations.
North Korea proposes high-level talks with the US over security issues, days after cancelling a meeting with officials from the South.
Finance Minister Jane Hutt says the Welsh government is braced for a "tough deal" in the latest round of cuts by the Treasury.
At least 30 people have been killed in a wave of car bombings across central and southern Iraq, police and medics say.
World champion Jorge Lorenzo finishes ahead of Dani Pedrosa to record his third win of the season at the Catalunya Grand Prix.
Brazil's opening match in the Confederations Cup is affected by protests at the money spent to stage the World Cup.
David Cameron seeks to explain a comment in which he implied that UK policing was "relatively" honest, saying "we should never say we have some sort of absolutely perfect system".
Elena Baltacha wins her first title since 2011 with victory over Slovenia's Tadeja Majeric at the Nottingham Challenge.