Barack Obama bids farewell to Tanzania as Africa trip comes to an end

Barack Obama, the US President, bade farewell to Tanzania, wrapping up his three-country tour of Africa with a game of "Soccket ball" in Dar-es-Salaam. The hi-tech ball, which contains a battery, stores up enough energy during play to power a phone or small lamp.

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook takes the stage during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2013 in San Francisco, California June 10, 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Apple applies to trademark term 'iWatch' in Japan

Move indicates company's intent to create a smartwatch

Keeping faith: President Obama

Nelson Mandela an inspiration to world, says Barack Obama

The US President meets family of South Africa's ailing former leader

Cynthia Bower has been identified as one of three officials at the CQC who allegedly hid failings over a hospital where as many as 16 babies died

Doctors slam health regulator as 'not fit for purpose'

After series of alleged blunders, British Medical Association says it has no confidence in CQC's ability to oversee health services

Abu al-Taib, leader of the Ahbab Al-Mustafa Battalion, addresses female recruits in Aleppo

No negotiations on Syria until late summer, says UN special representative

Hopes of another international peace conference on Syria before the end of July are fading, the UN’s special representative for the war-torn country has said.

Jeremy Hunt: The BMA passed a no confidence vote in the Health Secretary

BMA calls round-the-clock 'Tesco NHS' plan ridiculous

Calls to reorganise health services to create a round-the-clock “Tesco-style NHS” are “just ridiculous”, the leader of the British Medical Association has said.

Royle Family star Ricky Tomlinson accuses government over pickets row

74-year-old alleges authorities deliberately preventing names from being added to an e-petition calling for the release of official papers relating to the jailing of pickets

The Chinese Tianhe 2. Courtesy of top500.org

China overtakes US with world's fastest supercomputer

The Tianhe-2 can perform 33,860 trillion calculations a second

A policeman and a protester outside Bilderberg venue

Cost of policing Bilderberg conference was £1.3m

The cost of policing the Bilderberg conference – a meeting of politicians, academics and business leaders – in Hertfordshire last week was more than £1m, the Home Office has revealed.

Australia captain Michael Clarke is yet to feature in this year's Champions Trophy

Champions Trophy: Australian captain Michael Clarke could return to action for crucial clash with Sri Lanka

Clarke has missed both of their Champions Trophy games due to a back injury but is hopeful of playing some part in tomorrow's Group A decider

Face facts: Ashley Giles is insisting his limited-overs side play hard but fair

Ashley Giles: England are not ball-tamperers

One-day coach angrily denies his players are cheating after Sky pundit Willis repeats rumours

The Prime Minister strongly defended the ending of the EU embargo

PMQs: David Cameron to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in bid to break international deadlock on Syria

Putin appeared to offer some hope that Russian support for the Assad regime might not be open ended

PS4 or Xbox One: Sony and Microsoft go head-to-head at E3 - so which will you buy?

Both firms have unveiled their latest consoles, but what can we learn from a direct comparison?

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Helen Fraser, chief executive of the Girls' Day School Trust

Girls' school leader calls for quotas in the boardroom

Helen Fraser says old boys' network only promotes those who 'look, think and speak like the current leadership'

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