Blame shared over Gulf oil spill :: A US federal report finds BP, Transocean and Halliburton responsible for the Deepwater Horizon rig disaster - the worst oil spill in US history.
Saline case nursing ban is lifted :: A nurse investigated over the contamination of saline at a Greater Manchester hospital has a suspension that stopped her working as a nurse lifted.
Scores dead in Pakistan floods :: At least 230 people are killed by heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan as a weather forecast predicts more rain over deluged parts of the country.
Doubt over hikers release from Iran :: The Iranian judiciary is considering a request for setting bail in the case of two American hikers convicted of spying, casting doubt on when they might be released.
Angola plane crash kills generals :: Twenty six people, including three army generals, are killed after an Angolan military plane crashes, a government official tells the BBC.
UK arrest over Stockholm bombing :: A 28-year-old woman has been arrested in Luton as part of an investigation into a suicide bombing in Sweden last year, police say.
Peer held over council expenses :: Former peer Lord Hanningfield, who was jailed for expenses fraud, has been arrested over money he claimed from Essex County Council, the BBC understands.
Lecturers vote for pension action :: Students at 67 leading UK universities could face disruption to courses from October, as lecturers vote for action over planned changes to their pensions.
UUP pair cited over Kerr funeral :: Two senior Ulster Unionists, including the leader Tom Elliot, are to face disciplinary proceedings within the Orange Order for attending the funeral of murdered police constable Ronan Kerr.
Jobs go as outdoor firm cuts back :: An outdoor equipment company says it faces "very difficult decisions" over jobs after announcing the closure of its Gwynedd distribution plant.
Belgian king returns over crisis :: King Albert II of Belgium is cutting short a holiday in France to fly back to Brussels as his appointed mediator struggles to form a new government.
Commons clash over unemployment :: David Cameron tells the Commons there is no complacency over rising unemployment, but Labour leader Ed Miliband demands a change in policy.
Government takes on trams project :: Scottish ministers step in to help run Edinburgh's troubled tram project, to ensure the development is completed.
UK critical systems cyber warning :: The UK government is failing to take a strong lead in protecting critical systems from cyber attack, says think tank Chatham House.
VIDEO: Van overloaded with 66 children :: Police in northern China are shocked to discover 66 school children crammed into a minivan.
VIDEO: House of Commons :: Prime Minister David Cameron has clashed with Labour leader Ed Miliband over how to curb rising unemployment levels.
VIDEO: Seaplanes retrace classic race :: To mark the 80th anniversary of Britain's victory in the Schneider Trophy race, seaplanes are set to follow the original route over the Solent on Wednesday.
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