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Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini and Leicester's Robert Huth are charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.
From Egypt to Malaysia, the world reacts to Leicester's premier league title win.
The Olympic flame has arrived in Brazil for the start of a torch relay that will culminate with the opening of the Olympic Games in Rio in August.
MP Naz Shah "stands aside" from the Commons Home Affairs select committee "until current matters are resolved".
A festival featuring Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan is confirmed for the US in October.
Oxford's Bodleian Libraries publishes pictures of a Middle-earth map, from the Lord of the Rings trilogy, annotated by JRR Tolkien himself.
Nigel Farage predicts UKIP will win at least five seats on the Welsh Assembly as part of a UK-wide "breakthrough" in Thursday's polls.
British industry is to lead the construction of the Biomass satellite which will use an innovative radar instrument to essentially weigh all the world's trees.
How did "oversight" get two opposite meanings?
After shutting down the Nostalrius private server, the World of Warcraft developer invites the team to talks.
Craig Wright may have claimed to be the man behind Bitcoin, but does his evidence prove it?
Ten children from the same mother have been taken into care over the last decade, a court hears.
Google has signed an agreement with the Royal Free London NHS Trust to gain access to data of hundreds of thousands of patients.
The 2017 men's and women's World Squash Championships will have equal prize money for the first time.
Jobs and education are the focus of the penultimate day of campaigning for the Holyrood election.
South Yorkshire Police appoints its second interim chief in a week following the fall-out from the Hillsborough inquests.
A video from the police in New Zealand shows the officers in a new light.
Exam papers for this year's Higher English tests have had to be replaced at short notice amid concerns some questions were leaked.
The European Commission will back visa-free travel for Turkish citizens, sources tell the BBC, but the deal still needs European Parliament backing.
The promo for the new Ghostbusters film has attracted more "dislikes" than any trailer shown on the YouTube website, official figures show.