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A post-mortem on a woman who died in a Texas prison cell finds that her injuries were consistent with suicide, says a prosecutor.
More than 10% of elite athletes could be cheating, with youngsters a concern, says Wada director general David Howman.
Tom Burridge visits Donetsk's former airport, completely devastated in fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian government forces.
What happens to the wellies left behind at Glastonbury?
How drugs firms are spending more on chronic illnesses
The dos and don'ts of Twitter for bosses
A 225-year-old sweet shop in the Indian capital, Delhi, recently shut down after its owner said it was no longer profitable to run it.
Research suggesting middle class people aged over 50 are most at risk from drinking appears on several front pages, while stories about the NHS, and UK migration, also attract headlines.
Award-winning Chinese writer Murong Xuecun has criticised China's new national security laws, saying they are a further attempt by the government to control its people.
Steve Cram assesses whether Usain Bolt, Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Greg Rutherford and David Rudisha can hit top form in London.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic says being eliminated by Birkirkara would have been "embarrassing" after they went through on penalties.
"Among the strongest and most remarkable quarters in our over 23 years as a public company," is how Starbucks boss Howard Schultz has described its third quarter performance.
Turkey will let the US carry out strikes against Islamic State militants from its Incirlik airbase, as the country faces a surge in IS-linked violence.
The UK should stay in the European Union to continue to have influence on the world stage, US President Barack Obama has told the BBC.
Hundreds of new planets, spotted by Nasa's Kepler telescope, include a world sharing many characteristics with Earth.
Jeremy Corbyn has responded to his critics in the Labour leadership contest by calling for an end to "silly remarks".
The UK must stay in the European Union to continue to have influence on the world stage, US President Barack Obama tells the BBC.
Amazon shares surged more than 14% in after-hours trading after it reported better than expected sales figures.
A man accused of murdering a woman in a "perverted sexual assault" with a shampoo bottle went on a cocaine binge the night before she was taken to hospital, a court hears.
A hammerhead shark has been freed from a fishing line on a crowded Florida beach.