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A female fan has suffered life threatening injuries after being hit by a broken bat at a baseball game, according to police.
A picture of Princess Charlotte with her brother Prince George is to be released later, Kensington Palace says.
The sight of sick and tired suspected illegal immigrants found among washing machines in lorries at an Essex port was pitiful, local MP Bernard Jenkin says.
Rescuers in Malaysia search for six pupils and two teachers missing since an earthquake struck Malaysia's highest peak, Mount Kinabalu, on Friday.
UK Athletics has "no concerns" over Mo Farah's link with his coach Alberto Salazar following allegations made in a BBC programme.
Alton Towers will remain closed over the weekend while investigations into a serious rollercoaster crash continue, its owner confirms.
Novak Djokovic sees off a thrilling fightback from Andy Murray to win their French Open semi-final in five sets.
The funeral of one of two young men killed in a car crash on the outskirts of Londonderry will take place later.
Two horses die after colliding while apparently being raced at the Appleby Horse Fair in Cumbria.
Egypt's appeals court overturns an earlier ruling that listed the Palestinian group Hamas as a terrorist organisation, court officials say.
Only an insane person in a dream could imagine that Russia would attack Nato countries, President Vladimir Putin says.
The FA is "not interested" in hosting the 2018 or 2022 World Cups if they are taken away from respective hosts Russia and Qatar.
A woman's body with no arms, legs or head is found in a suitcase - and murder detectives name a man they are hunting.
The interior of a flat in Londonderry has been extensively damaged in an arson attack.
Former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill is to stand down as an MSP at next year's Holyrood election.
A helicopter with one person on board crashes in the Isle of Man during high winds.
Ex-motorsport boss Max Mosley says Formula 1 "needs fixing" as the sport continues to wrestle with decisions over its future.
A woman in her 20s escapes injury in a gun attack at a flat in west Belfast.
BBC Sport's Sarah Mulkerrins tests the people of Edmonton on their knowledge of the best players at the Women's World Cup.
A World War Two veteran returns a model Sherman tank he took from an army camp more than 70 years ago.