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Harry Kane is one of four players to make the shortlist for both the PFA Player and Young Player of the Year prize.
Islamic State steps up its assault on the western Iraqi city of Ramadi, launching a series of suicide attacks against government positions.
A body found at a farm north of Glasgow is missing Cork student Karen Buckley, Police Scotland confirm.
Thousands of South Africans hold a march against attacks on migrants accused of taking local jobs, as President Zuma calls the violence "shocking".
Conservative leader David Cameron launches his Scottish party's manifesto by urging the electorate not to vote for the Labour/SNP "coalition of chaos".
Three Birmingham men are charged with attempting to leave the UK to join the Islamic State group in Syria.
The intervention of former NHS boss Sir David Nicholson has certainly electrified the election campaign debate about the future of the NHS.
New figures show that in Europe Google has between 90% and 95% of the desktop search market - in the US it's only 64%. Why?
A man groomed "troubled" Blackpool teenager Paige Chivers before murdering her, a jury hears.
Sir Anthony Seldon is going to switch from running an independent school to running an independent university.
The US Navy is developing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, that can be launched from a cannon and "swarm" in a co-ordinated attack.
Voters have a choice between hope and despair, Labour says, as the party launches its Welsh manifesto for the general election.
Labour peer Lord Janner will not face child sex abuse charges because the severity of his dementia makes him unfit to stand trial, prosecutors say.
Researchers reveal the secret of an octopus's unique movement, revealing how the animals co-ordinate their eight, flexible arms.
Warnings from leaders about other parties, and about the funding of the NHS on day 18 of the election campaign.
Genetic differences could explain why some people are quicker thinkers in middle age and later life, a study of data from 30,000 people suggests.
Lewis Hamilton tells BBC Sport about another perfect result, the Bahrain challenge and champagne celebrations.
Five states in Mexico are on the alert after thieves steal potentially dangerous radioactive material, officials say.
The decision to hand Eugene the 2021 World Athletics Championships is "unfair", says the Swedish Athletics Association.
Nico Rosberg admits he needs to turn the tables on Lewis Hamilton to boost his world title bid - starting in Bahrain this weekend.