A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Tony Livesey and Caroline Barker.
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Austria calls for legal refugee routes to Europe after seventy one people die in a lorry.
Austrian police find the bodies of at least 20 migrants in a lorry on the Hungarian border
Two US journalists are shot and killed live on air in Virginia.
Labour's acting leader insists the party's leadership vote will stand up to scrutiny.
Immediate restrictions are being placed on UK airshows after the crash at Shoreham.
Police in Macedonia fire tear gas at hundreds of migrants trying to cross the border.
Britain and France sign a new deal to tackle people smugglers.
Seb Coe has been elected president of the IAAF, the body which governs world athletics.
A British national is among those killed in a bomb attack in Bangkok.
A bomb blast kills at least 19 people in Thailand's capital, Bangkok.
Kensington Palace says paparazzi photographers have been harassing Prince George.
The battle for the Labour leadership gets personal.
Airport shops are urged to pass on VAT savings to customers who fly outside of the EU.
A man admits murdering student Karen Buckley after meeting her in a Glasgow nightclub.
A teenage boy is sentenced after stabbing his supply teacher at a school in Bradford.
The latest from Trent Bridge as England edge closer to regaining the Ashes.
Reaction from Trent Bridge to a stunning first day of the fourth Ashes test.
The founder of Kids Company Camila Batmanghelidjh confirms it will close.
Four police forces look into sexual abuse allegations made against the late Edward Heath.
A former City trader is jailed for 14 years for rigging global Libor interest rates.