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It's early days for Pokemon Go, but some believe the app marks a turning point in mobile video games.
A 91-year-old woman is under investigation in Germany after filling in blank spaces on a crossword-themed artwork in a museum.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he is a "tailor" who will make the "best dress" for Chelsea to get them back into the Champions League.
A student has created environmentally-friendly fake snow that is set to be seen in Hollywood blockbusters.
A woman who admitted sending "cruel" Twitter messages to the mother of murdered toddler James Bulger is jailed for three years.
France will not extend the state of emergency imposed after last November's terror attacks in Paris beyond 26 July, President Hollande says.
A private art collection belonging to singer, David Bowie, will be on exhibition for the first time.
An 18-year-old man dies after being detained by police following an "incident" at a Liverpool shopping centre.
Oxford Street will be pedestrianised by 2020, the mayor of London's office announces.
Debutant Jake Ball takes his maiden Test wicket for England, trapping Azhar Ali lbw on day one of the first Test at Lord's.
Prince Harry has been tested for HIV in an effort raise awareness about the condition and encourage others to get a test.
Next CEO Lord Wolfson, a leading Brexiteer, tells Simon Jack the result shouldn't mean drastic falls in immigration.