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How a farmer's son filmed the elusive snow leopard
Hillary Clinton's "#grandmothersKnowBest" tweet has rekindled speculation that she will highlight on her grandmotherly attributes in a campaign. What could be a clever attempt to soften her image isn't without risks, however.
Romelu Lukaku scores his first Everton hat-trick to put the Toffees in control of their Europa League tie against Young Boys.
France's Socialist government survives a parliamentary confidence vote over a controversial set of free market economic reforms.
Great Britain's women are beaten as Australia set a new world record in the Track World Championships team pursuit final.
A 2,500-year-old bronze cat bust has been found in a bin in Penzance, Cornwall.
Fifa Puskas Award runner-up Stephanie Roche agrees a two-year deal with US Women's Soccer League club Houston Dash.
Chelsea Football Club suspends three people from its ground after fans of the club appeared to stop a black man from boarding a Paris Metro train.
Williams test driver Susie Wolff and Sauber's Felipe Nasr crash at pre-season testing, while ill Lewis Hamilton withdraws.
The National Trust urges caution over a report suggesting cannibalistic seals may be to blame for a spate of seal pup deaths in Norfolk.
Germany rejects a request by Greece for an extension to its EU loan programme, despite earlier signs that a compromise was possible.
Kasabian, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and The Libertines are revealed as the T in the Park headliners.
Britain's Geraint Thomas wins stage two of the Tour of the Algarve and takes the overall race leader's yellow jersey.
Black Parisians speak about their experiences of racism.
Myanmar asks Beijing for co-operation in helping prevent "terrorists" from using Chinese territory to launch cross-border attacks.
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Carl Fogarty for this weekend's Premier League games.
Marussia sign deal to exit administration in bid to race in F1 in 2015, with reported backing from ex-Sainsbury's boss.
Gazza's debut, the Black Ball final and Sam Torrance's moustache - what was sport like in 1985 when EastEnders was born?
Carnegie Mellon University has apologised after it mistakenly sent out 800 admission letters via email to its prestigious computer science programme.
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage condemns "deeply racist comments" made by one of his Kent councillors.