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Shares in the company behind the blockbuster Avengers: Endgame fall as profits miss forecasts.
World number one Ashleigh Barty loses to American Sofia Kenin in the second round of the Rogers Cup in Toronto.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says any decision about a second vote would be up to Holyrood.
Imran Khan says he could take India's decision to revoke Kashmiri autonomy to the UN Security Council.
Optical links will pull pictures and data from other spacecraft and then speed them to the ground.
The FBI opens a terrorism inquiry into an attack in California, one of three mass shootings in the US in a fortnight.
Cambridge University student Alana Cutland, 19, fell from a light aircraft on 25 July.
A damning report into historical sex abuse at Chelsea brings up "tearfulness and uncertainty", says a former player who was a victim of a "manipulative and prolific sexual abuser" at the club.
A US centre was sued over its handling of donated bodies. What do we know about the industry?
Ryder Cup winner Thorbjorn Olesen will appear in court on 21 August after being charged with sexual assault, being drunk on an aircraft and common assault.
Former England captain Wayne Rooney says his decision to join Derby County "wasn't just about coming home".
Jofra Archer takes 6-27 and hits a century for Sussex's second XI as he targets an England call-up for the second Ashes Test.
About 50 households near Whaley Bridge can return but hundreds of others are told they must wait.
The cabinet will meet every day to plan for an "orderly exit" from the EU.
Dean Weymes won £10,000 per month for the next 30 years on the National Lottery's Set For Life draw.
Watch Jofra Archer in action for Sussex's second XI against Gloucester, as he strengthens his case for selection in the second Ashes Test.
Stage four of the Tour de Pologne is neutralised and shortened following the death of 22-year-old Belgian cyclist Bjorg Lambrecht on Monday.
All sides want to avoid a hard border, so how could they stop this if there's a no-deal Brexit?
Disability activists say bikes are "littering" pavements and creating trip hazards.
They report being sent pictures of decapitated bodies and having dog mess smeared on their door.