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Saved by the Bell actor Dustin Diamond is sentenced to four months in jail for a bar fight during which a man was stabbed.
Why live action football commentators turn their skills to following a soccer video game
Bernie Ecclestone should step down as Formula 1 supremo so somebody "radical" can take over, says Eddie Jordan.
England Under-21s were right to leave out key men for the European Championship, says the FA's director of elite development.
Louisiana Republican Governor Bobby Jindal's US presidential campaign launch becomes the subject of online mockery.
EU leaders are holding urgent talks on the Mediterranean migrant crisis, with summit chairman Donald Tusk calling for burden-sharing.
How the only black man to win Wimbledon upset Jimmy Connors 40 years ago in "one of the most amazing matches ever seen".
Instead of an expected sharp rise in poverty, official figures show numbers have remained broadly flat. Why?
A hedgehog is rescued by firefighters after becoming firmly wedged in railings.
The death toll from a heatwave in Pakistan's southern Sindh province has passed 1,000, reports say.
A man who bludgeoned his father and strangled his mother and then faked an intruder attack is convicted of their murders.
British number two Johanna Konta's fine run at the Aegon International comes to an end against Swiss teenager Belinda Bencic.
US Supreme Court upholds key portion of President Barack Obama's healthcare law in a 6-3 decision.
A man is found of guilty of attempted murder after attacking a trainee dentist with a machete and a hammer in a Mold supermarket.
Human remains have been found during the search for one the Disappeared, Joe Lynskey.
Great Britain's Olympic champion Nicola Adams wins flyweight gold at the European Games in Baku.
Everton are set to sign Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu, who was previously on loan at the club, on a permanent deal for £4.2m.
Electrifying the Great Western line is "a top priority", the transport secretary says, as he announces a rethink of a £38bn programme to overhaul Britain's railways.
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame launches a scathing verbal attack on the UK government after the arrest of its intelligence chief in London.
A 23-year-old man from Glasgow dies following a road crash in Turkey which also injured another Briton.