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Chelsea are on the verge of agreeing a season-long loan deal for Colombian striker Radamel Falcao from Monaco.
Plans to cut the number of Welsh councils from 22 to single figures will be published on Wednesday, BBC Wales understands.
Jeremy Clarkson's final appearance on Top Gear will be shown on 28 June, it is announced.
The father of one of the victims of the rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers theme park realised his daughter was on the ride when he saw her rescue on TV, the family's lawyer says.
Two men whose wives have gone missing with their children and another sister following a religious pilgrimage have pleaded for them to return.
Husbands of women feared to have travelled from UK to Syria with their children say they "miss and love" them as they appeal for them to come home.
Syrian Kurds say they are securing the border city of Tal Abyad after seizing it from IS, in what activists say is the militants' biggest setback.
John Boothman is to leave his position as BBC Scotland's head of news and current affairs to work on the corporation's Charter renewal bid.
Matt Slater looks at the big questions around the claims over Alberto Salazar, the fall-out, Mo Farah and what next.
Gleneagles wins the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot to follow up victories in the English and Irish 2,000 Guineas.
Scientists discover a chemical in blood that indicates whether people will have declining brain function in the years to come.
A news conference is being held after three sisters and their children went missing following a religious pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia.
Property billionaire Donald Trump announces he will run for the White House in the 2016 election.
BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones learns how virtual reality is set to touch all areas of people's lives.
British number one Heather Watson loses in straight sets to Aleksandra Krunic in the first round of the Aegon Classic.
Trans-fats are unsafe to eat and must be banned from the food supply within three years, say US regulators.
A woman is airlifted to hospital and three others are injured in a four-car crash in Torfaen.
The ex-deputy editor of the News of the World told police he felt he was being persecuted when they quizzed him about phone-hacking claims, a jury hears.
National Lottery operator Camelot says changes to the rules of its Lotto game will give players better odds of becoming a millionaire - but people will have less chance of winning other cash prizes, a mathematician says.
EU member states may talk loudly about solidarity but scratch under the surface and they are all just pursuing their national interest.