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Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein says Fifa must oust president Sepp Blatter to restore confidence in football's governing body.
The makers of an advert-blocking browser plug-in defeat a second attempt to ban their product this year.
Swiss police have arrested seven leading officials from football's world governing body, Fifa, in a dawn raid, on suspicion of accepting and paying millions of dollars in bribes.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair is to stand down from his role as Middle East envoy representing the US, Russia, the UN and the EU, sources confirm.
Two police officers have been disciplined for failures in an indecency case in which a man exposed himself to three children in Belfast.
Third seed and 2014 runner-up Simona Halep is knocked out of the French Open by world number 70 Mirjana Lucic-Baroni.
The trader at the centre of the Libor rate-rigging trial tried to influence other banks to manipulate the key benchmark rate, a court hears.
Rory McIlroy says he will donate his prize money from this week's Irish Open to his charitable foundation.
Drinking more than five espressos worth of caffeine a day may be damaging to health, according to the European Food Safety Authority.
Nigeria's army sack at least 200 soldiers for cowardice and failure to fight against Boko Haram militants, several soldiers tell the BBC.
Islamic State fighters have been driven out of Assyrian Christian villages they had seized in north-eastern Syria in February, activists say.
A man is taken to hospital after being struck by a fairground ride on Barmouth promenade.
A security breach at the United States' Internal Revenue Service has allowed criminals to gain access to more than 100,000 tax returns.
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An Arsenal fan from Sussex bags a pair of FA Cup final tickets sent into the stratosphere ahead of Saturday's match.
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At least 17 Iraqi soldiers have been killed in a wave of suicide bombings by Islamic State militants in Anbar province, security officials say.
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Ambulance response times improve for the fourth month in a row, according to the latest figures.
Children as young as five have been seen running across the railway line between the platforms at a station in Edinburgh, it emerges.