Supertrees rise up in Singapore :: Singapore's latest development will finally blossom later this month, with an imposing canopy of artificial trees up to 50 meters high towering over a vast urban oasis.
When Poland (almost) ruled soccer :: In the end it was the clown who had the last laugh.
Wall Street rises on news central banks primed to act :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/lrxEhzgXu_M/us-markets-stocks-idUSBRE84S0BG20120614
Final alleged victim tells of rape by Sandusky :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/1MJnodYQ_Y0/us-usa-crime-sandusky-idUSBRE85B03Q20120614
Euro 2012 stars and their tattoos :: Euro 2012 is almost upon us and Europe's finest footballers will be marked men -- in more ways than one.
Olisadebe hits out at racism :: A former star of the Polish national team has urged UEFA to confront the problem of racism that is threatening to overshadow Euro 2012.
Can GPS cut player burnout? :: Some of Europe's best footballers will be missing in Poland and Ukraine this month, as the effects of another grueling season takes its toll.
VIDEO: Wild foxes 'sit' to receive food :: Wild foxes are trained to answer the "sit" command normally used during dog training.
Cassano sorry for anti-gay remarks :: Italy striker Antonio Cassano has apologised for apparent homophobic comments he made in a Euro 2012 press conference.
Torres inspires Spain to Ireland rout :: Fernando Torres rediscovers his scoring touch as Spain soar to the top of Euro 2012 Group C and knock the Republic of Ireland out of the tournament.
Education of poorest faces review :: The chief schools inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw, has launched a review of the educational achievements of the poorest communities.
Why are the Beatles so popular 50 years on? :: The Beatles' music endures because it mirrors an era we still long for, says Adam Gopnik.
In pictures: China's new terracotta warriors :: New discoveries at the terracotta warriors' tomb
Turkish women protest abortion plan :: Hundreds of women gathered on Sunday in Istanbul in the latest demonstration against the religiously conservative ruling party's plans to restrict access to abortion.
Unpaid carers 'being let down' :: The army of unpaid carers in the UK is being "let down" by the failing social care system, a coalition of campaigners warns.
Colombia volcano spits out ash :: Volcanologists in Colombia warn of the activity of the Nevado del Ruiz volcano as a plume of ash and smoke continues to rise from its crater.
UN plea for Syria's civilians :: The head of UN observers in Syria demands that warring parties allow the evacuation of women, children and injured people from conflict zones.
Villas-Boas in running for Spurs :: Tottenham make contact with representatives of ex-Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas as they search for a new manager.
Obesity impacts weight of nations :: Researchers say that increasing levels of fatness around the world could have the same impact on global resources as an extra billion people.
Hollande's party wins majority :: France's Socialist Party scores a big victory in elections, giving President Hollande strong backing for his tax-and-spend programme.
Unions urge phonics check rethink :: Leaders of three teaching unions have written to MPs urging a rethink of the phonics checks for six-year olds due to start in schools.
Salmond hails Disney film boost :: VisitScotland is launching its biggest ever global tourism campaign as First Minister Alex Salmond attends the release of the new Disney film Brave.
YouTube deletes 'terrorism' posts :: Google reveals it deleted about 640 videos that allegedly promoted terrorism after a request from the UK's police.
VIDEO: First look at Alan Turing exhibition :: Rory Cellan-Jones gets a sneak preview of an exhibition dedicated to the life of work of scientists and computer pioneer Alan Turing.
Celebrating Alan Turing's genius :: Vint Cerf on the 100th anniversary of the computing icon's birth
Jack Osbourne diagnosed with MS :: Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne reveal that son Jack has the incurable neurological condition multiple sclerosis (MS).
Dozens die in Nigeria church bombs :: At least 15 people were killed and 32 others injured Sunday in three church bombings in northern Nigeria, the country's top emergency official said.
Swedish zookeeper killed by wolves :: A female zookeeper died Sunday morning when she was attacked by wolves in an enclosure at the Kolmarden Zoo in Sweden.
Busted star heads for Loserville :: Ex-Busted star James Bourne turns album into a stage musical
Germans welcome 'vote for Europe' :: CNN's Diana Magnay reports from Berlin on the German reaction to parliamentary elections in Greece.