VIDEO: Sir Walter Scott's former home opens :: Author Sir Walter Scott's former home in the Scottish Borders has undergone a £12 million restoration programme and has been officially opened by the Queen.
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Half of Arizona fire 'under control' :: Nearly 600 firefighters are continuing to win their battle against a devastating blaze in central Arizona that killed 19 of their colleagues.
U.K. firm 'didn't bug Ecuador embassy' :: Ecuador's government says it has well-founded suspicions that a private security company bugged its London embassy.
Zuma: Mandela not in 'vegetative state' :: Court papers lodged by members of former South African leader Nelson Mandela's family in a burial dispute reveal that his "health is perilous" and that fears his death is drawing near are justified.
Loyalists: Order should engage :: Loyalist residents in north Belfast ask the Orange Order to engage directly with one of two nationalist residents group in Ardoyne.
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VIDEO: 'I was having six panic attacks a day' :: There is growing evidence that large numbers of young people are suffering from mental health problems, according to new survey by You Gov.
VIDEO: The art that you can eat :: Food wizard creates chocolate skulls and chewable hair
US man eats record 69 hot dogs :: A US man devours 69 hot dogs, beating his own world record and retaining his title as reigning champion for a seventh year in a row.
McCausland: I won't stand down :: The Stormont minister at the heart of a political row says he has no intention of standing down.
ElBaradei: Morsy's ouster was needed :: Prominent Egyptian reformist Mohamed ElBaradei tells CNN's Becky Anderson that President Mohamed Morsy had "messed up" -- and his ouster was right for the country.
Rural broadband roll-out criticised :: The government's roll-out of "superfast" broadband to rural areas is about two years behind its original schedule, the National Audit Office says.
Why are so many Japanese men refusing to leave their rooms? :: Why are thousands of Japanese men refusing to leave their rooms?
Inside the Arizona 'tinderbox' :: A search for answers amid the heartbreak in Arizona
Quiz of the week's news :: Stones to repeat '69 Hyde Park gig, but without which stunt?
Father's trailer kills boy at July 4 parade :: A 7-year-old boy was fatally injured when a trailer being pulled by his father ran over him during an Oklahoma Fourth of July parade, an incident police described as "heartbreaking."
Teacher: Same outfit for 40 years :: A recently retired Texas gym teacher wore the same outfit for every yearbook photo throughout his 40-year career.
In his final days, Morsi was isolated but defiant :: CAIRO (AP) -- The army chief came to President Mohammed Morsi with a simple demand: Step down on your own and don't resist a military ultimatum or the demands of the giant crowds in the streets of Egypt....
Morales back in Bolivia after plane drama over Snowden :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/TqDJYH03XRk/story01.htm
Sainsbury's welcomes phone debate :: Sainsbury's says it welcomes the debate about etiquette sparked by one of its checkout workers refusing to serve a customer who was talking on her phone.
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Where to for Muslim Brotherhood? :: With Egypt's military rounding up Morsy's supporters, will his Islamist movement survive?
Tour de France fans follow their heroes :: The diehard cycling fans who follow the Tour de France
Airport cinemas: Who needs them? :: A survey finds cinemas top airport wish lists, but evidence suggests we have other things to do.
F1 drivers threaten German boycott :: Formula One drivers threatened to boycott the German GP this weekend if the tire problems which blighted the British round at Silverstone are repeated.
Footballers' need for speed :: The love affair between football stars and flash cars goes back years -- but what does the number of players being hit with driving bans says about footballers' need for speed.
Statue of Liberty reopens as US salutes July 4th :: NEW YORK (AP) -- The Statue of Liberty reopened on the Fourth of July, eight months after Superstorm Sandy shuttered the national symbol of freedom, as Americans around the country celebrated with fireworks and parades and President Obama urged citizens to live up to the words of the Declaration of Independence....
Egypt coup :: Morsy under house arrest
Constitution is suspended
Opposition cheers military
At least 32 killed in violence
Robots to help people with dementia :: NHS Western Isles is putting robots into the homes of people with dementia to help them to continue to live independently.