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10 July 2014
Last updated at 12:38
Australian rescuers free beached baby whale two days after it became stranded.
Australian rescuers have freed a beached baby whale almost two days after it became stranded on a popular beach, as a large crowd of onlookers cheered.
The humpback whale, believed to be two years old, was successfully fitted with a specially designed harness and a boat was used to tow it into deeper waters on Palm Beach in Queensland, Australia.
The Duke of Cambridge put on a wetsuit and showed off his scuba diving skills in London to mark his new role as the president of the British Sub-Aqua Club, after taking over from his father Prince Charles.
The Fleece Countryside Inn in Ripponden, Yorkshire, toasted the Tour de France coming to town by pouring the world's largest ever glass of beer at 3,664 pints - one for each kilometre of
Lightning strikes One World Trade Center in Manhattan as a major storm approaches New York. It's thought Tropical Storm Arthur will reach hurricane strength over the next few days.
Kasabian closed the 2014 Glastonbury Festival with a set that drew tens of thousands to the Pyramid Stage. But it could take litter pickers some time to clear up the rubbish left behind.
It's a bit muddy again at Glastonbury Festival in Somerset where thousands will watch headliners Arcade Fire, Metallica and Kasabian.
A teenager takes a selfie in front of the Queen during a visit to St George's indoor market in Belfast. She's on a three-day visit to Northern Ireland and earlier saw the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones.
A dog called Pig born with severe deformities which make her appear to hop like a rabbit has had 19,000 likes on Facebook since her owners in Birmingham, Alabama, took her to a community event.
A giant Transformer figure is displayed in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour ahead of the world premiere of Transformers: Age of Extinction.
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