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Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe asks his Twitter followers whether it would be a good idea to buy Leeds United.
The US Supreme Court is set to hear arguments over whether retailer Abercrombie & Fitch discriminated against a Muslim teenager.
Singer-songwriter Carole King calls Beautiful, a tribute musical about her early life, "a wonderful gift" as the show makes its West End debut.
HSBC group chief executive has told UK Members of Parliament that holding a Swiss bank account through a Panamanian company had "no tax purpose".
The government of Greece suspends professional football in the country in a crackdown on fan violence.
Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke says the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations will be postponed from January to June to help move the 2022 World Cup.
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There are fears that more Assyrian Christians were abducted by Islamic State in north-east Syria than at first thought, as fighting in the area rages.
The Ukrainian army says it suffered no casualties in 24 hours for the first time in weeks, in a sign that a fragile ceasefire may be taking hold.
Average newspaper circulations in Wales are continuing to fall, according to the latest industry figures.
A Fife motorist who fell asleep at the wheel seconds before his car crashed into another, killing the driver, is put on probation for two years.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso leaves hospital after his Barcelona crash but will miss the next testing session.
The former Marussia team, now known as Manor, name Englishman Will Stevens as their first race driver for the new season.
South Africa's budget raises taxes and cuts spending as the government tries to restore growth to an economy hit by power shortages, strikes and high unemployment
Scientists researching 5G at the University of Surrey achieve data connection many thousands of times faster than the average 4G.
Two men are arrested in connection with the disappearance of a woman in County Antrim, as police search a river close to her home.
The PM says he is not ruling out further changes on second jobs but says the existing rules should be "properly applied".
Sixty residents are temporarily re-housed after a large fire destroyed a derelict bingo hall in Cardiff.
The European Commission approves proposals for a single European market in the supply, purchase and consumption of energy.
Efforts to create an 8,700-strong regional force to fight Nigeria's militant Islamist group Boko Haram are taking shape, writes the BBC's Tomi Oladipo.