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A round of applause by cricket fans at Headingley was among the tributes to the "Yorkshire legend".
Witnesses hid in a gay bar's basement as a gunman known to security services killed two and injured 21.
Petra Kvitova enjoys the perfect preparation for Wimbledon as she beats Jelena Ostapenko in the final at Eastbourne.
Uncapped fast Issy Wong replaces Emily Arlott in the England squad for the one-off Test against South Africa starting on Monday.
Boris Johnson tells the BBC he has to distinguish between criticism that matters and that doesn't.
Fans woke up at the crack of dawn to ensure they could be in the front row when the star plays.
Former heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder says he is 'considering' a return to boxing.
The presenter says she is "utterly heartbroken", adding "Mam, I love you forever".
Steve Phillip and Mike McCarthy both lost their sons, Ross and Jordan, to suicide.
Why can't Gwynedd council get anyone to apply for role which includes patrolling "beautiful" beaches?
Marking Armed Forces Day, she pays tribute to the "brave men and women" serving around the world.
A relative was storing the records while Rohan Mellor moved house, but they got mixed up.
It took rescue crews multiple attempts to reach the woman who was clinging to her car.
Nottingham Forest sign Nigeria international Taiwo Awoniyi for club-record fee from Union Berlin.
Walkers are being reminded not to take stones from walls and slopes in the Dales.
England have been tagged as favourites to win the Euros and they sent a message to their rivals with an impressive win over the Netherlands on Friday.
Two Conservative MPs say they are seeking election to the body which oversees leadership contests.
Clinics across the country shut down after Roe v Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court.
A huge crowd of migrants tries to cross into Melilla in North Africa, with many killed and injured.
The 20-year-old calls the decision to end the constitutional right to abortion a "dark day".