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A new consistent system of front-of-pack food labelling is to be introduced in the UK, the government says.
Bereaved parents who did not receive the ashes of their dead babies will take their fight for a public inquiry to the Scottish Parliament later.
Wikileaks website founder Julian Assange vows to remain in the Ecuadorian embassy in London even if accusations of sex crimes are dropped.
The 2012 Derby winner Camelot faces recent conqueror Al Kazeem in the feature race of day two at Royal Ascot.
Sex education at a younger age and free contraception for people as young as 13 are needed to cut teenage pregnancy rates, according to a Holyrood inquiry.
Clashes have broken out between rival groups in Lebanon, provoked by the civil war in neighbouring Syria.
Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica is provisionally suspended from competition after testing positive for a banned substance.
The UK's recent run of damp summers could be down to a cyclical warming of the Atlantic Ocean, scientists and meteorologists have said.
Mental health services in England could be banned from using face-down restraint, and many are training their staff to resolve issues without physical intervention.
US First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughters Malia and Sasha have lunch with Irish rock star Bono and visit Glendalough.
Students in Sao Paulo tell the BBC why the protests in the country are taking place
Liverpool and England striker Andy Carroll passes a medical at West Ham on Tuesday prior to a potential £15m move.
The US is to open direct peace talks with the Taliban after more than 10 years of war in Afghanistan, senior White House officials announce.
The Chilean Supreme Court approves the extradition of former Argentine judge Otilio Romano, accused of human rights abuses under the military government.
Ministers are considering a ban on face-down restraint in English mental hospitals as figures show the technique is being widely used.
Montreal's Mayor Michael Applebaum resigns, a day after his arrest on 14 fraud charges, the latest scandal to hit Canadian local politics.
At least 28 people, including a newly-elected lawmaker, are killed in a suicide bombing at a funeral in north-west Pakistan, officials say.