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British world number one taekwondo fighter Aaron Cook confirms he plans to represent Moldova at the Rio Olympics.
A Mafia boss set to be extradited to serve a jail term in Italy after he lived for more than 20 years in London has his sentence dropped by Italian authorities.
The productivity of the UK workforce remains slightly lower than in 2007, marking an "unprecedented absence" of growth in the post-war era, official figures show.
Adrien Broner tweets a video of himself talking to Amir Khan on the phone, hinting at a possible showdown.
Two Ryanair planes scrape each other on the ground at Dublin airport, the airline confirms.
The Palestinians have formally joined the International Criminal Court (ICC), a key step towards being able to pursue Israelis for alleged war crimes.
The Conservative party launches its own range of Labour mugs on April Fool's Day.
Scotland will discover on 21 May if their Euro 2016 qualifier in Georgia will be played behind closed doors after crowd trouble in Tbilisi.
The CEOs of Germanwings and Lufthansa have said they are sorry for what has happened after visiting Seyne-les-Alpes, the town nearest the site of the crashed Germanwings plane.
Mustafa Kamal resigns as International Cricket Council president after being replaced as a prize-giver at the World Cup.
Manufacturing and jobs are picking up in the eurozone thanks to the weaker euro, according to a closely-watched survey.
One of the stars of The Daily Show speaks out in defence of Trevor Noah, its newly appointed host, amid controversy over old remarks he posted on Twitter.
A lead investigator into the Germanwings crash calls for anyone with footage of the disaster to hand it over to the authorities.
The BBC meets a man who has created his own underground library after the local council library burned down.
April Fools' Day is a time when mischievous fictional news stories suddenly pop up, but some turn out to be genuine.
Zero-hours contracts have become a major political issue in the UK. But where did they come from and what are the arguments for and against?
Intruders enter an office of Turkey's ruling AK Party in Istanbul, a day after a prosecutor was taken hostage and killed in the city.
More than 100 British business leaders have signed a letter publicly backing the Conservatives' economic policies.
A large fire breaks out at Bicester Village shopping outlet in Oxfordshire.
Mark Wahlberg is to co-produce and potentially star in a film about the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon and the city-wide manhunt that followed.