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Tiger Woods follows up the worst round of his career with a final round two-over 74 in the Memorial Tournament in Ohio.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says he wants to bring refuelling back to Formula 1 from 2017, despite opposition from teams.
Turkey's ruling AK party may lose its parliamentary majority, projections suggest, with more than two-thirds of the vote counted.
Royal Navy warship HMS Bulwark has rescued at least 500 migrants off the coast of Libya.
Alton Towers is to reopen for the first time since a serious rollercoaster crash left 16 people injured, its owners announce.
Russia and Qatar could lose the 2018 and 2022 World Cups respectively if evidence emerges of bribery, says a Fifa official.
The UK is to send an extra 125 military trainers to Iraq to help in the fight against Islamic State, PM David Cameron announces at the G7 summit.
Stanislas Wawrinka produces a stunning display to win the French Open and thwart Novak Djokovic's attempt to win a career Grand Slam.
Assembly speaker, Sinn Féin's Mitchel McLaughlin, has laid a wreath at at the cenotaph in Londonderry to commemorate the Battle of Messines in 1917.
Adam Gemili became the sixth British sprinter to go sub-10 seconds but then collapses with an apparent hamstring injury.
One of the contenders for Labour's deputy leadership says the party rules might have to be changed to ensure at least one woman in the top two party posts.
A 15-year-old girl is airlifted to hospital after falling about 25ft down an embankment near Dunbar Castle in East Lothian.
Roy Hodgson admits Raheem Sterling's situation at Liverpool has affected his form but says he will not lose faith in him.
Voting begins in Mexico's mid-term elections coming after a campaign of violence and protests.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir forms a new government after elections boycotted by the main opposition parties and tarnished by a poor turnout.
British champion Peter Kennaugh takes victory for Team Sky in the first stage of the Criterium du Dauphine.
Can Sampson lead England to World Cup success?
A plane operated by airline Flybe is forced to turn back after a bee became stuck in one of its instruments.
The BBC's Norman Smith reports from onboard the helicopter which is transporting journalists to and from the summit in the Bavarian Alps
The two co-chief executives of European banking giant, Deutsche Bank, resign in the face of shareholder anger over regulatory fines and falling profits.