Two circus performers are injured in a crash during a motorcycle "thunderball" stunt.
Real Madrid assistant manager Paul Clement is set to replace Steve McClaren as head coach of Championship side Derby.
One of the Isle of Man's strangest sporting competitions, the World Tin Bath Championships, celebrates its 44th anniversary.
The loss of Ramadi revealed a disturbing weakness in the Iraqi army, but it is difficult to believe Iraq's government is losing its war against Islamic State, says John Simpson.
China announces its strategy to focus the navy beyond its borders into open water, in a military strategy document.
The energy watchdog Ofgem says it will investigate the installation of pre-payment energy meters in the homes of customers who have run up debt on their bills.
A young singer-songwriter who came up with her first original song when she was three wins an award in a UK music competition.
The SNP want to "extinguish all opposition" in Scotland by trying to force Alistair Carmichael out as an MP, a senior Lib Dem claims.
Kenyan police have been involved in a fierce battle with militant Islamists in the north-east, leaving one officer wounded, a government spokesman tells the BBC.
The Spaniard could become the first man to win the same Grand Slam 10 times. Why is he so dominant on clay? And how do you beat him?
Napoli boss Rafael Benitez is expected to be appointed Real Madrid manager after the Italian season finishes on Sunday.
The first criminal trial linked to the manipulation of a key interest rate, known as Libor, is set to begin in London.
The death of blues legend BB King is to be investigated after his daughters claim he was poisoned.
Amazon, the global online retailer, is changing the way it records European sales in a move that could see it paying more tax.
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Actor Omar Sharif, who starred Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago in the 1960s, is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Residents are moved out of homes while small pipe bomb is made safe in the back garden of a house in east Belfast.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is giving a speech in Edinburgh in which she is expected to attack the "scale and speed" of spending cuts planned by the UK government.
Golfer Melissa Reid reveals how she has grown up, both on and off the course, since her mother's death in 2012.
No action is to be taken against a former Formula 1 team after test driver Maria de Villota suffered a severe crash in Cambridgeshire in 2012.