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The European Space Agency says its comet lander, Philae, has woken up and contacted Earth.
IBF interim bantamweight champion Lee Haskins says he will fight anyone in the division after his stunning victory over Ryosuke Iwasa.
The man tasked with leading Fifa out of its latest crisis appears to warn president Sepp Blatter not to rethink resigning.
A Turkish barber's shop and a bar in west Belfast where a man charged with murdering a young boxer worked, have both been attacked and damaged.
Full House actor John Stamos has been arrested for driving under the influence in Los Angeles, California.
New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult is ruled out of the rest of their tour of England with a back injury.
Pakistan suspends a decision to close the national branch of Save the Children, in a move welcomed by the charity.
A man injured in the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash describes the "sickening bang" as the carriages collided, for the first time.
A South African court grants an order stopping Sudan's Omar al-Bashir from leaving the country until a ruling on an ICC warrant for his arrest.
A track marshal and a St John Ambulance first aider are taken to hospital after being struck by a stock car.
Rapists, drug dealers and violent offenders are among 100 foreign nationals removed from Scotland in the first year of a new crime operation.
The government announces plans to legally protect apprenticeships so the qualification cannot be abused.
The BBC has had exclusive access to rehearsals at Salisbury Cathedral for Letter of Rights, a specially commissioned piece to celebrate the Magna Carta.
Gordon Benson claims Great Britain's first European Games gold medal with victory in the men's triathlon event in Baku.
A male motorist dies in a two-vehicle collision on the A93 in Deeside in the early hours of the morning.
Police seize cannabis with an estimated value of up to £60,000 and a "significant" sum of cash at a house in Lisburn, County Antrim.
Speaking on her return to the UK, Eleanor Hawkins, a British woman jailed for taking her clothes off on a mountain in Malaysia, says she is ''truly sorry'' for her actions.
Heavy flooding in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, has killed eight people and officials are warning residents to stay indoors to avoid animals that have escaped from a zoo.
Two men are charged in connection with allegations of historical abuse at one of Scotland's top independent schools.