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What was removed from Naomi Campbell's Wikipedia entry?
The 1970s transgender pioneer who fought to play and won
Two thirds of ferry services on the west coast of Scotland have been suspended as RMT union members in Caledonian MacBrayne's workforce begin a 24-hour strike.
Tom Burridge visits the bridge in Luhansk that connects rebel-held territory with the rest of the country.
Should chocolate makers go niche or mass-market?
Brazilian senators are in Venezuela to try to promote dialogue, a week after a rival Brazilian team was allegedly attacked by government supporters.
The container port at the end of your mouse
From top priorities to transfer targets, Phil McNulty assesses what lies ahead this summer for the Premier League's top six.
Five years on, President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law has survived another challenge. So what's the story so far?
The distinguished broadcaster and naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, has been on a visit to the White House at the personal invitation of President Obama.
Pakistan says it will pursue more information from the British government over claims a major political party was funded by the Indian government.
Ministry of Defence plans to recruit more army reservists are assessed as "unachievable" by a watchdog.
A Spanish-language US television network cuts ties with businessman Donald Trump because of disparaging remarks he made about Mexicans.
Actor Patrick Macnee, star of The Avengers TV series, has died in California at the age of 93.
A woman goes on trial in northern France accused of killing eight of her newborn babies.
The US sportswear firm Nike reports a 24% increase in profit as it sells more high-end shoes and clothes.
England's three-Test Series in November against New Zealand will be screened live on the BBC.
A father and two sons are charged with murder after a fire that killed two teenagers and a baby in Derbyshire.
Figures on obesity levels of children in England underline again the scale of the challenge facing policymakers.
The death of a man who was trampled by cows in a field was an accident, an inquest jury finds.