Greece delays IMF payment, PM to brief angry parliament :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/D1KFSl5rmMY/story01.htm
VIDEO: PM's EU negotiations 'inconsequential' :: The Former Conservative Chancellor, Lord Lawson, tells Newsnight that any change David Cameron is likely to secure from negotiations with the EU will be "inconsequential".
FDA panel backs female libido pill, under safety conditions :: WASHINGTON (AP) -- The drug industry's decade-spanning search for a female equivalent to Viagra took a major step forward Thursday, as government experts recommended approval for a pill to boost sexual desire in women....
Girl dies after being hit by car :: A young girl, believed to be five years old, dies after she was hit by a vehicle in Bangor, County Down.
Colombia to have truth commission :: Colombia's government and Farc rebels agree to set up a truth commission if a peace deal is reached to end more than 50 years of conflict.
Greece to delay IMF debt payment :: Greece tells the International Monetary Fund it will delay Friday's €300m (£216m) debt repayment and bundle all four of its June payments together.
Football League plans 'Rooney Rule' :: The Football League wants clubs to interview one black minority ethnic candidate for each manager role.
The WW2 soldiers France has forgotten :: The WW2 soldiers France has forgotten
A singing manager & the female Messi :: An expanded Women's World Cup means more sides & more plotlines. We take a look at some of the stories to watch in Canada.
Creating the blackest paint in the world :: Creating the blackest black paint in the world
Quiz of the week's news :: Who's denied they've got a golden toilet?
'I was told I shouldn't play football' :: Sports Minister Tracey Crouch says women and girls are still too often sidelined or belittled in the sporting world.
John Lennon's long lost Gibson guitar up for sale :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/85I4rHfWNN0/story01.htm
Gordonstoun pressure over sex abuse :: The Gordonstoun public school in Moray is facing further pressure over claims of historic abuse at its former prep school Aberlour House.
Call for sugary food and drinks tax :: Doctors call for a tax on sugary food and drinks to tackle what they have described as an "obesity epidemic".
VIDEO: Acronym dispute: Greek debt explained :: As talks continue to resolve Greece's debt crisis, BBC News offers an overview of what is happening, and asks what Greece might do next.
Glasgow venues stage BBC Music Day :: Deacon Blue, Lulu, Jamie Cullum and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra perform at venues in Glasgow to mark the inaugural BBC Music Day.
Salazar doping claims 'distressing' :: Doping claims about top coach Alberto Salazar are "distressing", says World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie.
VIDEO: Britain's disappearing petrol stations :: Andrew Parker is trying to capture the beauty of Britain's local service stations before they all disappear.
'Sudden deaths' of man and woman :: Police are at the scene of the "sudden deaths" of a man and a woman at a house in County Antrim.
What's the state of the Turkish economy? :: As Turkish voters prepare to elect a new government, what state is the country's economy in?
No easy way to defeat Islamic State :: Western political leaders warned the fight against Islamic State would be a long one, says James Robbins - it looks like they were right.
Is water ISIS' latest weapon of war? :: ISIS has closed off a dam to the north of the Iraqi city of Ramadi -- seized by its forces last month -- cutting water supplies to pro-government towns downstream and making it easier for its fighters to attack forces loyal to Baghdad, local officials and residents said.
VIDEO: Warner vows to reveal Fifa corruption :: Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has said in a TV address he will tell investigators everything he knows about corruption at the world football governing body.
VIDEO: The long, dangerous walk through Europe :: Migrants on their overland journey through Europe face criminal gangs, police beatings and deportation.
Call for blood donors amid stark drop :: A campaign is calling for new blood donors in England and Wales following a 40% drop in fresh volunteers in the past decade.
Eating placenta 'has no benefits' :: There is no evidence that eating the placenta after childbirth can protect women against depression and boost energy, US research suggests.
Future of young 'at risk' from cuts :: Town hall bosses say further funding cuts will put thousands of youngsters 'promising futures' at risk in England.
College catch-up for GCSE failures :: Why thousands of teenagers have to re-sit exams
Watchdog warns on civil service cuts :: Whitehall has failed to plan properly for the implications of past and future cuts to civil service staffing, the public spending watchdog warns.