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China is keeping Britain on its toes in the global race to capture China's attention.
Middlesbrough move back to the top of the Championship table with an edgy win over fellow promotion-chasers Norwich.
Edinburgh book their place in the Challenge Cup final with a comprehensive five-try victory over Newport Gwent Dragons.
From his Burnley breakthrough to beating Sir Ian Botham, BBC Sport traces James Anderson's journey to the top.
Footage of a man falling from a subway platform in Philadelphia in front of shocked passengers before being rescued by a passer-by, Charles Collins.
Hundreds of people have attended a candelit vigil in Glasgow for murdered student Karen Buckley.
A schoolboy is taken to hospital after an incident at Belfast High School at Jordanstown in Newtownabbey.
Argentina has started legal proceedings against three British and two US companies for drilling oil near the Falkland Islands.
Four members of the Royal Navy have been charged with sexual assault after an alleged incident in Nova Scotia, Canada's military police says.
Zebras running through the streets of Brussels is only the latest "animals at large" story to hit the headlines.
What do Senators Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have in common? They're young, hungry and ready to be president - never mind the party establishment's wishes.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should spend life in prison without parole, write the parents of the youngest victim of Boston marathon attack
The BBC debate worm has often turned when Natalie Bennett has spoken at the election leaders' debates. And yet her Green Party still seems to be flat-lining in wider polls. What does Ms Bennett make of the worm?
Hundreds of people attend a candelit vigil in Glasgow for murdered student Karen Buckley, her parents among them.
Police in Burundi fire tear gas and water cannon to disperse opposition supporters calling for the president not to run for a third term.
When did the New York Times first explain pizza to its readers, and other news nuggets.
Two suspected drug traffickers, who featured on the UK's most wanted list of fugitives, are captured within 24 hours of each other.
Firefighters are battling flames at The Randolph, a grand gothic hotel in the centre of Oxford.
The chief executive of Volkswagen, Martin Winterkorn, wins the backing of the company's top bosses, following a clash with the chairman.
Venezuela has the biggest oil reserves in the world, yet its economy is in crisis.