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Oil prices have slipped after official US government data showed an unexpected rise in oil stocks last week.
Dina Asher-Smith says she is not daunted by the prospect of competing at the Olympic Stadium for the first time this weekend.
US officials have denied editing Texas police dashcam footage showing the arrest of an African-American woman who died three days later in custody.
Laura Kuenssberg is the BBC's new political editor, taking over the role Nick Robinson held for a decade.
Kenya will close its airspace ahead of President Barack Obama's arrival on Friday and ban small planes during the three-day visit.
Microsoft joins Google and others in making it easier for revenge porn victims to have intimate images removed from search results and the cloud.
An agreement is reached in the industrial dispute at CalMac ferries which will prevent further strike action.
Two suicide bombers, reportedly young girls, target a market in Cameroon's northern city Maroua, killing at least 13 people.
Translink and the Unite trade union have reached a provisional agreement on making cost savings.
Sportsday readers vote for their favourite football celebrations and AFC Wimbledon's Adebayo "The Beast" Akinfenwa rates the best.
The past five years has seen the British government turn to the power of the "nudge" to encourage us to do what they want.
New research suggests that the impact of fracking and shale gas in reducing US carbon emissions has been overstated.
Officials hire an African-American police chief nearly a year after a white officer killed an unarmed black teenager, setting off weeks of unrest.
A man pleads guilty to posting a 'revenge porn' image of a woman on his Facebook page.
Chris Froome remains as Tour de France leader after withstanding attacks from second-placed Nairo Quintana.
Health officials in Florida warn people to avoid contact with armadillos after a recent rise in leprosy cases linked to the armoured creatures.
Emmanuel Frimpong is given a two-match ban by the Russian FA, which denies he was racially abused before his angry reaction.
An AI program created by researchers in London uses a new technique to beat humans at recognising what sketches are supposed to depict.
Officials in Texas deny editing police dashcam footage showing the arrest of an African-American woman who died three days later in custody.
Footage shows a new bus stop being built in the middle of a cycle lane in Glasgow.