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Robbers broke glass display cases with a sledgehammer in the robbery which was captured on CCTV.
Social media users ask how a woman could have driven into the former imperial palace in Beijing.
Ollie Pope scores his first Test century and Ben Stokes 120 to put England in a dominant position on day two of the third Test against South Africa.
Jacob Young's mother wrote to the judge saying the 2005 show led to a "campaign of abuse and mockery".
Already the recipients of a huge fine and points reduction, English champions Saracens now look set to be relegated. BBC rugby union correspondent Chris Jones explains why.
The Scottish siblings are the first three brothers to row any ocean and the fastest trio to row the Atlantic.
There has been speculation about how many of the bushfires were caused by arson - what do the figures show?
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says moving the Africa Cup of Nations back to January is a "catastrophe" for his club.
Greg Page, a founder and original lead singer of the children's group, was performing in Sydney.
Scotland's police chief says officers' accommodation alone for COP26 will cost "tens of millions of pounds".
Equalities minister Victoria Atkins says "common sense" is needed to determine what counts as harassment.
Owen Jones tells a court far-right sympathisers see him as a "hate figure".
Millionaire businessman Arron Banks donates, but MPs question whether the bell can toll on 31 January.
Conner Marshall was murdered in an unprovoked attack by David Braddon, who was on probation.
Police in Iceland tell the BBC autopsies will take place next week to find out the cause of death.
Mac Miller fans tell Radio 1 Newsbeat what hearing his last album means to them.
Premier League referees are told to start using pitchside monitors for red card decisions where it is felt they should have the final say.
A team of scientists discounts the idea that large-scale volcanism drove the demise of the dinosaurs.
So far more than 2.7 million EU citizens have applied for settled status after Brexit in the UK.
The actor played Bernard in Yes Minister and was in the entire series of Heartbeat.