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Tel Aviv holds gay pride parade
Thousands joined Tel Aviv's gay pride parade on Friday, waving rainbow coloured flags and dancing on animated floats.
Guardians of the Galaxy European premiere
The cast of Guardians of the Galaxy tell us if they think their movie is better than the Avengers, at the European premiere in London.
At least 16 dead in attack on UN school in Gaza
At least 16 people have been killed after a reported Israeli attack on a UN school in the northern Gaza strip.
World's first driveable deckchair hits Brighton beach
The world's first driveable deckchair was unveiled at Brighton beach in front of hundreds of holidaymakers.
The Queen 'photobombs' a selfie at the Commonwealth Games
Two Australian Commonwealth Games hockey players were left stunned when the Queen appeared smiling in the background of their selfie. .
Osborne: IMF upgrade "evidence economic plan is working"
Chancellor George Osborne says the IMF upgrade is "further evidence that our long term economic plan is working" The fund predicts Britain's GDP growth rate will hit 3.2% by the end of the year.
Algerian plane crashes in Africa with 116 on board
An Algerian plane with 116 people on board has crashed after taking off from the Burkina Faso capital Ouagadougou en route to Algiers.
Boris tries his hand at boxing and softball
London mayor Boris Johnson has displayed his sporting skills in Stratford Park in London taking part in softball and boxing as well as tackling a children's obstacle course.
Footage shows rescue of 620 migrants from a small boat
Video footage released by the Italian Navy shows the rescue of 620 migrants attempting to reach Italy on a small, unstable boat.
Ofgem on winter storms: more could have been done
Maxine Frerk from Ofgem says energy suppliers could have done more to help customers who lost power due to the winter storms.