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The "Staffordshire Hoard" inspires a series of plays to be staged at London's New Vic Theatre.
A 14-year-old girl remains in hospital after nine pupils were taken ill at school after reportedly taking an unknown substance.
Bringing stories of World War One to life
Three-time winner Tiger Woods says he lacks consistency and is rusty after making a "tough" start to the US Open.
Nico Rosberg beats Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the fastest time in an incident-packed first practice at the Austrian GP.
A rise in income tax receipts helped to cut UK government borrowing in May, official figures show.
Yves Saint Laurent's work is being celebrated at a major exhibition in London in July
Russia protests to Belgium over its seizure of Russian state assets, after a court ordered compensation for shareholders in the now-defunct Yukos oil firm.
The man suspected of shooting dead nine people at an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, is due to make his first court appearance.
David Cameron is on a whistle-stop tour of Europe to gather support for his EU reforms
Cyndi Lauper, Van Morrison, Lady Gaga and the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia are inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Police divers are searching a quarry in Fife following reports of a teenager seen in the water.
Police investigate whether a man found dead on a roof in west London may have fallen from the undercarriage of a British Airways plane.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt gives a speech outlining proposals for GPs, including making NHS appointments available seven days a week.
BBC shows Happy Valley, The Missing and Marvellous win multiple awards at the Monte Carlo television awards.
Savers have withdrawn billions of euros from Greek banks over the past week, according to reports, as talks aimed at resolving the Greek debt crisis stutter.
A funfair that formed the centrepiece of seaside days out for generations of day-trippers is reopening after an £18m restoration
Pakistan's prime minister orders the temporary suspension of the death penalty during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Some countries provide nannies, others want no children present - so should mums be allowed to see their kids during the World Cup?
Bradford women and children missing from UK have crossed border into Syria, IS smuggler tells BBC