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Laura Muir breaks her own British 1500m record by more than two seconds to win at the Diamond League meeting in Paris.
Two men in a remote indigenous community in Canada find out they were switched at birth in a government-run hospital 41 years ago.
Substitute Marcus Rashford scores an injury-time winner as Manchester United finally overhaul Hull at the KCOM Stadium.
The Syrian town of Darayya is back in government hands after the last rebels left under a deal to end a four-year siege.
England produce another polished display to beat Pakistan at Lord's by four wickets and take a 2-0 lead in the one-day series.
Hull FC win a Wembley Challenge Cup final for the first time, coming from behind to beat Warrington Wolves 12-10.
Jamie Vardy scores his first goal of the season to help champions Leicester record their first win with victory over Swansea.
Social media giant Facebook makes its Trending feature more automated after criticism it was biased against conservative views.
Can Odessa become Ukraine's new hot tourism ticket?
Reigning champions Celtic go top of the Scottish Premiership with a comprehensive victory over last season's runners-up, Aberdeen.
Turkey allows policewomen to wear the Islamic headscarf as part of their uniform.
Celtic players and fans pay tribute to a 13-year-old boy who died after collapsing during a football training session.
A firefighter writes a moving letter apologising to a child whose body he pulled out of the quake rubble in Italy.
A pedestrian footbridge has collapsed on the M20 motorway in Kent after a lorry collided with it.
Scotland's Richard Gadd is announced as the winner of this year's Edinburgh Comedy Award.
Labour leadership hopeful Owen Smith sets out his plans to scrap university tuition fees in an effort to win over the youth vote from current leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg takes pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix, which team-mate Lewis Hamilton will start from the back.
A pedestrian footbridge collapses on a motorway following a crash on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
British actor John Cleese is reported to be in talks to return to the BBC for a sitcom which has been written specifically for him.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad will miss the rest of the domestic season as they recover from injuries before the winter Tests.