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BBC Panorama learns that Lord Coe won the presidency of world athletics with the help of the man at the centre of the sport's doping scandal.
Daniel Sturridge scores a dramatic injury-time winner as England come from behind to beat Wales in Group B at Euro 2016.
An MP is in a critical condition after she was shot and stabbed during an attack in her constituency.
Ray Lakeman talks to the Victoria Derbyshire programme about the death of his two sons after they took ecstasy together.
Oriental hats and funky feathered-wear; racegoers make a statement at the annual Royal Ascot Ladies' Day
Daniel Sturridge scores an injury-time winner after Jamie Vardy had equalised Gareth Bale's opener for Wales, as England come from behind to win in Group B at Euro 2016.
Two men are cleared of planning to behead a poppy seller, soldier or a police community support officer (PCSO) during Remembrance Day commemorations.
Daniel Sturridge stabs home the winning goal for England against Wales in their Euro 2016 Group B game.
The cockpit voice recorder from the EgyptAir plane that crashed last month has been found in the Mediterranean, Egyptian investigators say.
The broadcaster Gloria Hunniford says the allegations of historic sex abuse against Sir Cliff Richard have "taken a terrible toll" on him, both physically and mentally.
An MP is in a critical condition after suffering serious injuries in an apparent shooting and stabbing attack in her constituency.
Substitute Jamie Vardy pounces from close range to score an equaliser for England against Wales in their Euro 2016 Group B game.
Africa's best barista is about to take on all comers at the World Barista Championships in Dublin.
Andy Murray comes through his first all-British contest for 10 years as he sees off Aljaz Bedene at Queen's Club.
Gareth Bale scores from a free-kick to give Wales a 1-0 half-time lead against England in their Euro 2016 Group B game.
Jeremy Clarkson tells David Cameron he "feels European" as he endorses the Remain campaign.
Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing Kee says his confession on Chinese TV for 'illegal trading' was forced on him.
The rainbow flag is flying around much of the world following the nightclub shootings in Orlando. But why did it become so popular?
The husband of a British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Iran says he hopes "senior intervention" from UK and Iranian authorities will lead to her release.
The Red Arrows announce they will not perform a full aerobatic display at Farnborough air show in light of the Shoreham air disaster.