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Prince Charles's press adviser Kristina Kyriacou attempts to snatch Channel 4 News reporter Michael Crick's microphone as he asks about the publication of some of his private letters.
The USA 4x100m relay team are stripped of their London 2012 Olympic silver medals because of Tyson Gay's drugs ban.
A man suspected of attacking four strangers in Manhattan within hours on Monday is shot and wounded by police.
Brass bands and ballet are an unlikely combination, but they have collaborated together in a new work marking the 30th anniversary of the end of the miner's strike.
Employment figures published Wednesday showed another fall in unemployment to 1.83 million people - down 35,000.
The Vatican is to formally recognise Palestinian statehood in a treaty that will be signed shortly, officials say.
In Nepal, hundreds of thousands of people have spent the night out in the open after the second major earthquake to strike in less than three weeks.
A pedestrian dies after a collision involving a tipper truck on a street in the Rhondda, south Wales.
Yorkshire's director of cricket says England have made no approach for head coach Jason Gillespie to succeed Peter Moores.
A pregnant woman who dug herself out of the rubble after the first Nepal earthquake has given birth to a healthy boy, say healthcare workers.
The BBC has filmed footage of endangered black caimans for sale on a market in Peru where there is meant to be a ban on the trade of any wildlife.
GE Aviation Wales is seeking 90 voluntary redundancies at its aircraft engine plant in Nantgarw following a drop in business.
Police find a suspected bomb and arrested four men during a major investigation into dissident republican terrorism in the Republic of Ireland.
Staff shortages and management problems in the north Wales GP out-of-hours service are being "confronted", the deputy health minister says.
Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy tells the BBC he is "confident" about remaining in the post despite last week's disastrous general election result.
After a coup is launched against Burundi's president, BBC News takes a 50-second look at the country's recent past.
Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao is "unhappy" at the club could leave in the summer, according to his mother.
Prince Charles's letters to ministers have been published. Here are 10 issues that were discussed in the letters.
A man is found guilty of murdering his four-year-old daughter by beating her to death.
The second-in-command of the group calling itself Islamic State has been killed in a US-led coalition air strike in northern Iraq, the Iraqi ministry of defence says.