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The inaugural final of rugby union's Crescent Cup ends in a brawl between players and fans from Algeria and Malaysia.
UK unemployment fell 43,000 in the three months to April to 1.81m, official figures show
Some payments expected by customers of the RBS group of banks have failed to enter accounts overnight, the bank admits.
Chris Evans reveals his decision to accept the job as lead presenter on Top Gear has received the blessing of the show's former hosting trio.
Swiss banks reported suspicious activity around Fifa accounts, says the Swiss attorney general investigating corruption.
A new map detailing plans for fewer councils in Wales is revealed by ministers.
Hunter Treschl, who survived a shark attack in North Carolina on Sunday, talks about the moment he was attacked and about losing his arm.
All in one place - links to the fixture lists for all 92 clubs in the top four divisions of English football.
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Chelsea to begin their Premier League title defence with a home game against Swansea on the weekend of 8-9 August.
Chancellor George Osborne is set to take centre stage for the first time at Prime Minister's Questions as he stands in for David Cameron.
A submariner who went on the run last month after publishing claims about the safety of the UK's nuclear deterrent has left the Royal Navy.
The Angolan capital, Luanda, remains the world's most expensive city for expatriates, according to an annual survey by consultancy Mercer.
Chelsea target Asmir Begovic, Barcelona in talks with Paul Pogba, Loic Remy to seek assurances at Chelsea, plus more.
The BBC's Shabnam Mahmood asks what makes some people leave everything behind to join groups like Islamic State.
Juventus and Chile player Arturo Vidal is held by police after allegedly crashing his Ferrari while under the influence of alcohol.
The Golden State Warriors secure their first NBA title in 40 years by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-97.
A major summer school that helped to train teachers has been cancelled due to a lack of funding.
Philip Larkin is to be honoured with a memorial in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey.
Finance Minister Arlene Foster is due to meet Treasury Minister Greg Hands later to discuss Stormont's budget problems.