The clean-up of Marseille was under way after violent clashes overshadowed the build-up to England's opening game of Euro 2016 as fans were involved in widespread disorder.
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The Queen celebrates her official birthday today with the Trooping the Colour parade.
Wasps play a vital role in controlling pests and without them garden plants and crops would be stripped bare, according to experts.
Two English football fans have been arrested after French police used tear gas to disperse an apparent clash with locals in Marseille ahead of the first games in Euro 2016.
A seagull turned bright orange after it plunged into a vat of chicken tikka masala.
A 'Tiger Cam' CCTV has captured the moment three rare Sumatran tigers were born at a zoo in Devon.
How realistic was the Hollywood blockbuster Gravity? Ahead of a St Andrews University lecture, Michael Alexander meets a former NASA astronaut and a space scientist who will be speaking about the increasing risk of being hit by debris in space for real.
David Cameron urged Scotland to get behind the other home nations at Euro 2016 as he poked fun at the country for failing to qualify for the tournament.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has admitted that he paid workers below the minimum wage, also telling MPs that he has discovered "issues" with working practices at the retailer as part of an internal review.
The UK Government is not being straight with the public about cashflow problems at the Ministry of Defence and its "bloody dangerous" delay in replacing the Navy's ageing frigates, according to a former First Sea Lord.