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Drivers of nine vehicles seen in Kirkcaldy about the time a Fife man, who died in police custody, was being arrested, are being sought.
New York's governor warns of criminal proceedings after US media identify a female prison worker alleged to have helped in the escape of two murderers.
Rapper Tinie Tempah talks to BBC News about his role promoting British fashion, and what he thinks true style is.
The international police agency Interpol suspends a €20m (£14m) joint anti-match-fixing programme with Fifa over corruption allegations.
Arsenal are charged with allegedly breaching football agents regulations over the transfer of Calum Chambers from Southampton.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) searched bins at the inquest of three soldiers who died during an SAS reservist selection exercise, an inquest hears.
Alistair McGowan wins critical praise for his lead performance in controversial play An Audience With Jimmy Savile.
Bridge, chess, floorball, flying disc and tug of war are among the sports to apply for inclusion in the 2020 Olympic Games.
A paedophile doctor who abused young cancer patients in his care has his 22-year sentence reduced to 16 years on appeal.
A person is injured and taken to hospital following an incident in Cardiff.
The Long range camera on Nasa's New Horizons probe reveals clear evidence of discrete bright and dark regions on the dwarf planet Pluto.
Synchronised swimmer Vanessa Sahinovic is kept in an induced coma after she was in collision with a bus at the European Games.
One of the tallest buildings in North Korea catches fire - but no evidence of the blaze emerges online.
A group of 17 political parties in Burundi agrees to boycott next month's elections, saying they will not be free and fair.
A Lego professor could soon be in post at Cambridge University after funding of £2.5m was provided to further research children's development through play.
A lorry fire has resulted in the closure of the M74 motorway in both directions in South Lanarkshire.
Progress towards a meaningful deal on climate change has proved extremely difficult and time-consuming, says Helen Briggs.
Shares in some of Greece's biggest banks fall sharply on the Athens Stock Exchange, following a fresh blow to the country's debt negotiations.
The "Battle of Orgreave" was one of the most violent clashes of the 1984-5 miners' strike, but what was its significance?
Why foreigners play football in the Faroes