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Egypt attack: IS flags carried by gunmen, say officials

The death toll from Friday's bomb and gun attack on a mosque in Sinai rises to 305. Source: BBC

Martin McGuinness: Ex-deputy first minister will not stand in NI election

Former NI deputy first minister says ill health is a factor in his decision. Source: BBC

Jasmine Forrester: Stabbed girl’s dad ‘utterly devastated’

Jasmine Forrester, 11, who died on Friday, is described as a "shining star" by her father Simeon. Source: BBC

North Belfast: Orange Order parade passes off peacefully

An Orange Order parade has passed off peacefully in north Belfast as part of a deal to end a long running dispute. Source: BBC

Italy referendum: PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear referendum defeat

Italian PM Matteo Renzi resigns after admitting defeat in a constitutional referendum. Source: BBC

Trump Kim summit: US and N Korean leaders arrive in Singapore

US President Donald Trump says the North Korean leader had a "one-time shot" at peace in Singapore. Source: BBC

Are Ethiopian protests a game changer?

Political protests which have swept through Ethiopia are a major threat to the country's secretive government, writes former BBC Ethiopia correspondent Elizabeth Blunt. Source: BBC

John Worboys case: Met Police loses ‘landmark’ appeal

Victims of serious crime may be able to hold police liable for failures in their investigations after a Supreme Court ruling. Source: BBC

Barcelona attack suspect named by police as Younes Abouyaaqoub

The hunt for the driver suspected of killing 13 people in Barcelona last week widens across Europe. Source: BBC

Rolf Harris indecent assault conviction overturned

But former entertainer Rolf Harris's other 11 indecent assault convictions still stand. Source: BBC

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Westminster car crash: Man charged with attempted murder

Salih Khater will appear in court charged with the attempted murder of pedestrians and police. Source: BBC

Parecían la familia perfecta hasta que la esposa y sus dos hijas aparecieron muertas

Chris y Shanann Watts mostraban su vida aparentemente feliz en las redes sociales. Compartían fotos de sus vacaciones con sus hijas, Bella y Celeste. Para sus amigos y vecinos parecían la familia perfecta. Hasta que ella y las niñas fueron asesinadas y él detenido como sospechoso. Fuente: Cnnenespanol.com

Brexit vote campaign gets £1m from Superdry co-founder

Multi-millionaire tycoon says he donated because "we have a genuine chance to turn this around". Source: BBC