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With four matches left, BBC Sport's football writers judge whether the five nations will book a trip to France next summer.
A murder inquiry has been started after the body of a woman was found at a house in Bradford, West Yorkshire Police say.
Jack Wilshere's stunning second goal in Slovenia was one of England's top 10 strikes, says former captain Gary Lineker.
The Colombian army says it has killed a top military commander from the country's second largest guerrilla group, the National Liberation Front.
The fourth instalment in the Jurassic Park series has become the first film to take more than $500m on its opening weekend.
US and Venezuelan officials meet in Haiti as both sides work to address strained relations between the two ideological opponents.
Captain Eoin Morgan says England will continue with their positive approach despite a three-wicket defeat by New Zealand.
Captain Wayne Rooney's late goal helps England beat Slovenia and maintain their 100% record in Euro 2016 qualifying.
The Israeli government issues a report into the 2014 war in Gaza, saying that its military actions were "lawful" and "legitimate".
A "public health emergency" is declared in Nottinghamshire after six people died within a week after taking unusually pure heroin.
Rock band Muse secure their fifth UK number one album with their latest effort, Drones.
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor both make centuries as New Zealand take victory over England in the third ODI.
British space scientist Professor Monica Grady gives her reaction to news that Esa's comet lander, Philae, has woken up and contacted Earth.
A key figure in South Africa's football World Cup bid strongly suggests he believes an FBI claim that a $10m bribe was paid to secure the 2010 tournament.
Road hauliers will ask for government support this week to help recruit and train lorry drivers because of a nationwide shortage.
The band had to stop their gig after their guitarist was burnt onstage by pyrotechnics
Home fires and near misses from broken appliances
Surrey's T20 Blast game against Sussex at Arundel is abandoned after two players collide on the outfield.
Why the survival of the comet lander Philae could lead to discoveries that previous generations could only have imagined.
Team Sky rider Chris Froome wins his second Criterium du Dauphine after victory in the race's eighth and final stage.