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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola confirms the club are trying to sign Everton and England defender John Stones.
A lone hacker is claiming responsibility for the hack on the US Democratic Party but is that person to be believed?
18-year-old Fabienne Ruttledge was sent three out of the four questions on her Sociology exam before she took the exam.
Ferrari can achieve success despite the departure of technical director James Allison, driver Sebastian Vettel says.
An artist recreates 10 minutes of the 1986 film Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, where it was originally shot in Milton Keynes.
A seven-year-old girl dies after an elephant throws a stone that hits her head in a Moroccan zoo.
A man who murdered his partner and an ex-girlfriend within minutes of each other is given two life sentences and jailed for at least 32 years.
Supreme Court judges rule the Scottish government's Named Person scheme, which aims to safeguard children, breaches rights to privacy and a family life.
A five-day August strike on the Southern rail network is announced by the RMT in a dispute over the role of guards.
A kitten who climbed into a washing machine was lucky to survive his ordeal, a vet says.
The earliest evidence of cancer in the human fossil record has been discovered in South Africa, say researchers.
Lloyds Banking Group says it will cut a further 3,000 jobs and close 200 more branches, even as it reports a doubling of pre-tax profits.
Liam Fox has been talking about the EU customs union. Why does it matter?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejects calls to change her refugee policy in the wake of recent terror attacks by asylum seekers.
The BBC's Colin Paterson takes a look at how Beatrix Potter has created a multi-million pound tourist industry.
Corridors are to be opened to allow civilians and rebels to leave besieged areas of the Syrian city of Aleppo, Russia says.
A Pokemon Go player claims to have become the first to catch all the characters available in the UK.
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is shown a straight red card for a foul on new Liverpool signing Ragnar Klavan.
What is it the Scottish government's named person scheme, and why is it so controversial?
A spate of jihadist terror attacks has left France reeling - so why do they keep happening? The BBC's Laurence Peter investigates.