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One of Africa's largest airlines Kenya Airways announces its biggest ever annual loss citing a slump in tourism and increased competition.
The UK has become Santander's most profitable market, generating just over a fifth of the bank's profits in the first half of 2015.
Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko appears in Russian court, accused of involvement in the killing of two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine.
Thousands of the Tower of London ceramic poppies are set to go on display in northern England this year.
The family of an 18-year-old who died after reportedly inhaling so-called laughing gas have said his death was not caused by the drug.
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is refused a six-month visa by the British government amid claims he lied on his visa application form.
British lightweight Anthony Crolla will face a WBA title rematch with Colombia's Darleys Perez, says promoter Eddie Hearn.
The BBC examines whether an aeroplane part found in Reunion could belong to the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Centrica, the owner of British Gas, says it is cutting 6,000 jobs, as it reports a doubling of profits at the British Gas business.
A pilot project for women in Bury is tackling participation in sport, which is now lower across the UK than before the London Olympics.
Malaysia says it would be "premature" to speculate whether debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion comes from the missing flight MH370.
University of Virginia fraternity members profiled in a false Rolling Stone piece about campus rape culture file a lawsuit against the magazine.
The BBC's Paul Adams spends one night with some of the migrants trying to gain access to the rail tracks that run through the Channel Tunnel.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says it is time for No campaigners to "stop moaning, stop bitching and get of their backsides and help us win this referendum".
A search is to take place in Bristol later to try to find a 73-year-old DJ who went missing three weeks ago.
Royal Bank of Scotland, which owns NatWest and Ulster Bank, reported a loss for the first six months after setting aside more money for repaying customers and potential legal settlements.
A group of protestors hold a demonstration outside the office of the American dentist who killed the Zimbabwean lion Cecil.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell says it is to shed 6,500 jobs as part of cost-cutting plans.
Maud, 90, speaks to the BBC about her feelings of isolation.
Travel firm Thomas Cook says its profits will be hit by the impact of last month's attack on a tourist beach on Tunisia and worries over events in Greece.