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Bayern Munich keen on Adnan Januzaj, Patrice Evra linked with Serie A move, Real Madrid want Ashley Cole, plus more.
A Christian street preacher who was held without food or water for 15 hours after he was arrested over comments he made to two gay teenagers is given £13,000 in compensation.
A call centre worker has defended her industry, claiming they are unfairly given a bad reputation.
Ukraine condemns a visit to Crimea by Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev - the most senior politician to visit the peninsula since its annexation.
Ashley Giles still wants the England head coach's job despite his side's poor performance in the World Twenty20.
The costs of inaction on climate change will be "catastrophic", according to US Secretary of State John Kerry.
Nigeria's army killed some 600 people after a recent attack by Boko Haram militants on a barracks, Amnesty International says.
A fatal accident inquiry into the death of a foster carer who was killed by the 13-year-old boy she was looking after is to begin later this year.
A senior police officer blames the loyalist Ulster Defence Association for attacks on people and homes in south-east Antrim on Sunday.
A leading neuroscientist has suggested that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is ''not a real disease''.
Nottingham Forest are to re-open talks with Stuart Pearce about the manager's job, BBC Radio Nottingham reports.
A new city with 190,000 homes and thousands of jobs could be created if the hub airport moves from Heathrow, Mayor Boris Johnson says.
Epic biblical film Noah, starring Russell Crowe, opens at the top of the US box office, taking $44m over the weekend.
The latest round in a bitter tit-for-tat legal row between Apple and Samsung will begin again on Monday in California.
The impact of climate change is being felt across all continents and oceans and it is affecting food security, glaciers and the spread of disease, according to a new report.
England collapse to a shock 45-run defeat against the Netherlands in their final match of the World Twenty20.
About 125 jobs could be cut as the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, west London, faces a £5m shortfall in revenue in the coming financial year.
An ex-Labour health minister suggests people in England pay a £10 monthly membership charge to use NHS services.
Jurors are selected at inquests into the deaths of 96 men, women and children in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
Reshoring is the buzz word for for companies heading back to Britain and bringing jobs with them.