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Katie Swan loses to Belgium's Ysaline Bonaventure as Great Britain fall 1-0 behind in their Fed Cup promotion play-off.
One of the world's most famous locomotives, Flying Scotsman, returns to the West Coast mainline
Celtic are going backwards under manager Ronny Deila, according to former striker Chris Sutton.
The man killed in a shooting at a boxing weigh-in in Dublin on Friday was David Byrne, 32, from Raleigh Square in Crumlin in the south of the city.
An Indian airline has suspended five crew members who let a Bollywood star sing over its public address system.
Pilots in an RAF helicopter and a light aircraft failed to spot each other until it was almost too late, according to a near-miss report.
An earthquake has toppled a number of buildings in the south Taiwanese city of Tainan, with rescue teams trying to reach people trapped in rubble.
At least 15,000 refugees have spent the night gathered on the border with Turkey after fleeing northern Syria.
A 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti has become the highest priced car sold in euros.
Ireland's Shane Lowry remains in contention at the Phoenix Open, sitting three shots off the lead after his second round.
Mental health services will be developed for victims of female genital mutilation in England, the government says.
Councils should be able to run utilities in their areas as part of moves to reverse privatisation, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will say.
A hungry sea lion pup is rescued after finding its way into a restaurant in San Diego, California.
Protesters in Haiti beat a man to death in a clash with former soldiers amid political uncertainty after an election is postponed.
What happened to the Stock Exchange squatters?
Organisations that are given government grants will be banned from using the money to try to persuade ministers to change the law or increase spending.
Fierce clashes are reported near the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, as thousands of refugees stream to the Turkish border, triggering a new crisis.
Archaeologists say they are finding "amazing artefacts" inside a preserved roundhouse at what has been dubbed "Britain's Pompeii".
China wonders if true Communists should wear luxury suits
French prosecutors are investigating at least six attacks on migrants at the makeshift Calais camp called the Jungle, the BBC understands.