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BBC News - UK
GCSE results show significant decline
This year's GCSE results have fallen in passes and top grades, blamed on an increase in re-takes by pupils in England.
Australia backpacker murder: Man charged over Mia Ayliffe-Chung death
A 29-year-old Frenchman is charged with the murder of 21-year-old British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung at a hostel in Australia.
Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe moved from Broadmoor to prison
Serial killer Peter Sutcliffe - known as the Yorkshire Ripper - is transferred to prison after more than 30 years in Broadmoor psychiatric hospital.
UK net migration remains close to record levels
Net migration to the UK was 327,000 for the year to March, close to record levels, according to Office for National Statistics estimates.
Camber Sands deaths: Five men 'on day trip from London'
Five men who died in the sea at Camber Sands on the hottest day of the year were on a day trip from London, police say.
BBC News - Science & Environment
Neighbouring star Proxima Centauri has Earth-sized planet
Scientists identify a planet only slightly larger than Earth that is orbiting Proxima Centauri - the closest star to our Solar System.
Pneumatic octopus is first soft, solo robot
Engineers in the US have built the first self-contained, entirely soft robot - in the shape of a 7cm octopus.
MPs call for ban on plastic microbeads
A worldwide ban on plastic microbeads in cosmetics should be imposed as soon as possible, MPs demand.
Hottest day of 2016 recorded at Gravesend in Kent
The UK records its highest temperature of the year so far - 33.9C (93F) at Gravesend in Kent - as experts warn of possible health risks.
Perfume traces could help to solve crimes
Detecting traces of perfume could help in the fight against crime, a study suggests
BBC News - Business
Sports Direct investors press for review of its practices
A group of some of the world's highest-profile investors are urging Sports Direct to overhaul the way it is run after illegal working practices were exposed.
Men's sales march Jimmy Choo higher
Shoemakers Jimmy Choo see revenues rise on increased men's sales and the weaker pound.
Mortgage market robust, but subdued, says CML
Lenders expect a "robust, but subdued" market for mortgages in the UK after the vote to leave the EU.
Tax warning over unlocked pensions
Some people are being hit with an unexpected tax bill after unlocking their money from a pension pot, according to Citizens Advice.
US criticises EU tax probes ahead of Apple ruling
The US Treasury Department has warned the European Commission about taking action against US companies over tax deals ahead of a ruling on tech giant Apple.
BBC Sport - Sport
Hart hails 'special night' as Man City reach group stage
Joe Hart says helping Manchester City reach the group stage of the Champions League made his first appearance of the season "a special night".
Roy shines as England beat Pakistan - highlights & report
England coast to a 44-run win over Pakistan in a rain-affected first one-day international in Southampton.
Klopp aims to emulate Liverpool 'grandfathers'
Jurgen Klopp hopes to draw on the experience of past Liverpool managers and oversee a sustained period of success at the club.
Rio Olympics: Jack Laugher, Chris Mears, Jade Jones & Max Whitlock win medals
BBC Sport takes a look back at some of the most spectacular of Great Britain's medal-winning performances in Rio.
US Open: Laura Robson and Tara Moore reach second round of qualifying
Britain's Tara Moore and Laura Robson reach the second round of qualifying for the US Open.
BBC News - Technology
Pokemon Go-playing driver kills woman in Japan
A driver playing Pokemon Go while behind the wheel in Japan is arrested after hitting two women, killing one of them, say police.
Asian companies have world's worst cybersecurity says study
Asian organisations are the worst prepared against cyber-attacks globally, according to US security company Mandiant.
Apple accused of iPhone 6 'touch disease' defect
Apple faces claims that it is failing to address a flaw that causes iPhone screens to become unresponsive.
Self-driving taxi trial kicks off in Singapore
As the industry races to make driverless cars viable, a small fleet of computer-driven taxis are taking passengers in Singapore.
Why Pokemon Go may have passed its peak
New independent data suggests that the augmented reality craze is beginning to cool off.
BBC News - Health
Barbecued rare burgers 'pose food poisoning risk'
The Food Standards Agency is warning people not to eat burgers that are pink in the middle, to avoid the risk of food poisoning at barbecues this summer.
Rotavirus infections 'greatly reduced' since vaccine
Rotavirus infections have fallen by 84% in England since a vaccine has been offered to young babies, figures from Public Health England suggest.
Depression: A revolution in treatment?
Can treating the immune system lead to a revolution in treating depression?
HIV effort let down by test shortages, says WHO
A shortage of HIV testing could undermine global efforts to diagnose and treat people with the infection, warn experts from the World Health Organization.
Experts say stronger MDMA and ecstasy is causing 'more mental issues'
Ecstasy is getting stronger and experts are worried the negative effects the drug has on people are getting worse.
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