A man cleared of murdering a 19-year-old student more than 20 years ago could stand trial again under double jeopardy legislation.
England coach Peter Moores was as "positive and bubbly" as ever despite reports he is to be sacked, says captain James Taylor.
The BBC Performing Arts Fund will close after 13 years in March next year, it is announced.
Windows 10 will be the last version of the operating system to be numbered, says Microsoft executive.
The Prince of Wales has personally given keys to a family who bought the 250th home in an experimental Dorset town he set up in the 1990s.
A forensic laboratory opens in Kenya that will build up a DNA database of wild animals to help secure successful prosecutions of poachers
A man "owned" as a slave for 24 years kept a diary detailing mistreatment at the hands of his alleged captors, a court has heard.
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Serena Williams loses her first match of 2015 to Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in the Madrid Open semi-finals.
President Barack Obama marks the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany with a special address, ahead of a flyover in Washington.
An increasing number of young Indian professionals are taking love and dating into their own hands.
Chelsea's Jose Mourinho says Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard made him a "better manager" ahead of their final meeting.
The Egyptian authorities seize ex-footballer Mohamed Aboutrika's assets, amid claims he helped fund banned Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Ebola virus has been detected in the eye of a US doctor who had already recovered from the illness.
Tourist thefts silence China wind chime festival
A new series of The Muppet Show is commissioned by US TV network ABC, offering a "more adult" take on the characters and filmed in a documentary-style.
Carl Froch is stripped of the WBA super-middleweight belt due to failing to defend his title for 12 months.
David Cameron promises to press ahead with plans to devolve more power to Wales "as fast as I can", after the Conservatives win the general election.