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The BBC pulls the plug on comedy panel show Never Mind The Buzzcocks after 18 years on the air.
Malaysia exhumes bodies suspected to be migrants buried in 139 grave sites as fresh details of alleged human trafficking camps emerge.
A jogger who was knocked down by a cyclist on a Livingston footpath at the weekend dies in hospital.
Gareth Bale says he is "looking forward to coming back next season" at Real Madrid despite the departure of manager Carlo Ancelotti.
Nigeria and Liverpool forward Asisat Oshoala is named as the first BBC Women's Footballer of the Year.
A senior Farc rebel commander, Roman Ruiz, is believed to be among five Colombian guerrilla fighters killed in a bombing raid on Monday.
The United States returns Italian antiquities, stolen in past decades and recovered in the US, to Italy.
A 14-year-old girl in foster care who was found hanged at a house party was "very drunk" after taking part in a drinking game, an inquest hears.
The more you investigate Trevor Bayliss's pedigree, the more excited you become about his appointment, writes Jonathan Agnew.
Pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim has unveiled a new type of piano, which he says is "radically different" to the standard concert grand.
Novelist Alexander McCall-Smith has won the unusual prize of a pet pig after winning the Bollinger Everyman Woodhouse prize at the Hay Literary Festival.
West Ham United qualify for next season's Europa League after topping the Premier League Fair Play table.
What are pre-payment meters, are they more expensive and why are some people forced to have them?
A heatwave sweeping India has killed more than 500 people, with most of the deaths in the southern states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Twitter's live video streaming app Periscope is being launched on Google's Android platform, exactly two months after its debut in the Apple store.
Fans of NBA team Houston Rockets are trapped overnight by flash floods after watching their team beat Golden State Warriors.
At least 13 people die as a tornado strikes Mexico's Ciudad Acuna, with flooding over the border in the United States leaving at least eight dead and 12 missing.
The Andy Coulson perjury trial is told the former News of the World editor knew about phone hacking as the practice was "systematic".
As fears grow that Jordan could be Islamic States's next target the country has been redoubling its efforts to confront the extremist threat on its borders and inside the country.
England appoint Australian Trevor Bayliss, 52, as their new coach, succeeding Peter Moores who was sacked in early May.