A Kurdish fighter reacts after a bullet fired by an IS opponent narrowly misses her head.
Michelle Rodriguez marks the digital release of The Fate Of The Furious with an Instagram post suggesting she wants to quit.
Normal check-in procedures and flight movements were halted when the electricity failed.
Cladding from 120 towers in 37 local authority areas has failed fire safety tests, the PM says.
Hedge fund investors have agreed to swap their debt for a stake in the Co-operative Bank.
Those who escaped blaze tell minister of anger over lack of progress on housing and other problems.
The UK's biggest supermarket will cut a quarter of its workforce in Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield.
US President Donald Trump was on the phone to the newly-elected Irish prime minister when RTE's Caitríona Perry caught his eye.
The RSPB say it is likely the rare visitors to the UK will nest at the quarry in Nottinghamshire.
John McEnroe proposes a men v women contest to prove his claim that Serena Williams would be ranked "700 in the world" on the men's circuit.
Two men and two women are arrested after a probe into an IT support scam.
Doha says its neighbour's stance is "contrary to the principles" of international relations.
Britain's defending champion Andy Murray is named top seed as the 'big four' in men's tennis head the rankings for Wimbledon.
Images of the newly opened Exhibition Road Quarter at London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
Michelle Payne, the only female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup, is stood down from riding after testing positive for a banned appetite suppressant.
The launch comes as Beijing is increasingly assertive in the South China Sea.
Five others are arrested in Majorca and Germany by police investigating terrorism material online.
The current system councils use "does not take into consideration important factors like cladding".
The helicopter is reported to have been stolen by a police officer, whose whereabouts are unknown.
Your morning briefing for 28 June 2017.