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Joe Root's 109 is in vain as Chris Morris hits 62 to help South Africa beat England by one wicket to level the ODI series 2-2.
Radio 1 DJ Greg James finished five triathlons in five days in five cities.
Serial killer Levi Bellfield has denied confessing to the abduction, rape and killing of 13-year-old Milly Dowler.
Surfers in northern California compete in what has been dubbed one of the world's most dangerous sporting competitions.
World powers have agreed to seek a "cessation of hostilities" in Syria, but with so many competing interests at work, what does this deal really mean?
British cyclo-cross star Evie Richards says a six-month ban would be too short for mechanical doper Femke Van den Driessche.
The founder of Superdry, Julian Dunkerton, sells just under £50m worth of shares to fund his divorce.
How is the government doing on its manifesto commitments?
Former world champion super-middleweight Carl Froch hopes to play Jason Statham's "wing man" in a new crime series.
A North Yorkshire town split in two by the Christmas floods has finally been reunited by a footbridge.
The band's A Head Full Of Dreams tops the album chart for the first time after their performance at the Super Bowl.
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The Russian Orthodox Church leader is in Cuba for an historic meeting with Pope Francis. BBC Monitoring profiles Patriarch Kirill.
Team news and match stats for Saturday's 11 games in the Championship.
Eight girls aged between 11 and 17 are injured in a collision with a car in Liverpool.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad vows to retake "the whole country", but says the involvement of regional powers means it could take "a long time".
Paedophiles are using secret groups on Facebook to post and swap obscene images of children, a BBC investigation finds.
A website that accused Google of abusing its "dominant position" in the online search market by "driving traffic" to Google Maps has lost its High Court action.