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An 18-year-old man is arrested over an attack on a Watford fan which left him with serious injuries.
A loophole means drugs such as ecstasy and crystal meth are legal in Ireland, at least for a few hours. BBC News explains.
With Bollywood stars attending this week's Indian Open, is snooker about to explode in the country where it was invented?
Saudi Arabia recalls its ambassador in Stockholm amid a diplomatic row over Sweden cutting military ties.
An online petition calling for the BBC to "reinstate" suspended Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has been signed by more than a 300,000 people.
Scotland bowler Majid Haq is sent home from the Cricket World Cup for breaking the team's internal code of conduct.
Iraqi government forces have retaken a large part of north-eastern Tikrit as they battle IS militants in the city, security officials say.
Former footballer Paul Gascoigne tells the High Court he was "scared to speak to anybody" by phone after his voicemail was hacked by Mirror Group journalists.
The National Gallery in London bans selfie sticks, "in order to protect paintings and preserve the overall visitor experience".
An aggrieved teacher made multiple complaints about colleagues and broke confidentiality rules because she felt "a sense of injustice", a hearing finds.