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Calls for Britain's opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn to step down; Sousse one year on; Pope Francis in Armenia
Photo: British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Credit: Odd Andersen AFP/Getty Images
How will Europe look when the UK leaves? A politically charged match between Wales and Northern Ireland in Euro 2016. The Glastonbury music festival.
(Picture: The UK and EU flags Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Resignation day for Prime Minister David Cameron; Independence day for his opponents; Former Chairman of the US Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan: "Britain will be diminished by this;" Call for further political change in Northern Ireland
(Photo: Front pages of British newspapers; Credit: AFP / Getty Images)
Reaction from around Europe and the UK.
Colombian government and FARC rebels sign peace deal; Qawwali singer Amjad Sabri mourned; endangered Chicken Frog breeding programme
Photo: Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos Credit: Adalberto Roque AFP/Getty Images
Colombia and Farc rebels reach ceasefire agreement; gun protest in US Congress; apology after Japan porn coercion claims
(Photo: Graffiti reading 'Peace for the people' in Cali, Colombia Credit: Getty Images)