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The iconic American musical celebrates its golden anniversary with a revival show at Washington DC's Arena State.
The people attacked by tigers who lived to tell the tale
The Ministry of Defence insists that it will continue to ensure that Royal Navy warships are built in the United Kingdom.
Labour leader Ed Miliband tells the BBC's Nick Robinson that the party will go forward "united".
England captain Chris Robshaw says beating South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday would be a "huge stepping-stone" for his side.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has spoken to the BBC about his leadership and has said he has not thought of quitting, despite criticism.
The family of the only patient to die of Ebola in the US has received a undisclosed sum from the hospital that treated him, their lawyer has said.
The widow of a police officer murdered by Harry Roberts in 1966 has said she is angry that he has been released from prison.
World number one Novak Djokovic destroys Stan Wawrinka 6-3 6-0 in another one-sided World Tour Finals match in London.
The tweet that has net neutrality activists howling
The pilot who survived the Virgin Galactic spaceship crash was thrown clear as the craft broke up around him, investigators say.
Qatar will be cleared of corruption claims over the 2022 World Cup bidding process in a Fifa report, the BBC has learned.
Two window washers have been rescued after scaffolding collapsed 69 storeys above the ground at the World Trade Center in Manhattan.
England midfielder Michael Carrick will miss Saturday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovenia with a groin injury.
A woman whose family dentist is currently under review for poor infection control practices has told the BBC that she is "furious and horrified".
British actor Warren Clarke has died aged 67 after a short illness, his agent has confirmed.
Some life-saving cancer medicines are likely to be removed from the list of expensive drugs paid for out of a special fund set up the prime minster.
Two workers are stuck on collapsed scaffolding 69 storeys above the ground at the World Trade Center site in Manhattan.
"It's landed - I've waited years for this", Professor Monica Grady has said, on finding out that the robot probe Philae had landed on a comet.
Serbian ultra-nationalist Vojislav Seselj, on trial at the UN war crimes tribunal at The Hague, arrives in Belgrade for cancer treatment.