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Paula Radcliffe explains how she dealt with training and competition during pregnancy and subsequent motherhood.
A BBC investigation sees evidence that details what happened to the $10m sent from Fifa to accounts controlled by former vice-president Jack Warner.
Two convicted murderers are on the run after they used power tools to escape from a maximum security jail in New York state.
South Korea's Team Kaist win the $2m prize for the fastest robot at the US Department of Defence's Darpa Robotics Challenge.
Fourteen more cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) have been confirmed in South Korea and a fifth person has died, health officials say.
Police in New York are searching for two murderers who escaped from a maximum security prison with the help of power tools.
More than 50 MPs form a group called Conservatives for Britain to put pressure on David Cameron to demand more in his EU negotiations.
Leaders from the world's major economies are expected to use the G7 summit to maintain pressure on Russia over the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Voters in Turkey go to the polls on Sunday, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seeking a big enough parliamentary majority to change the constitution.
The SNP are to seek changes to legislation the UK government says will meet promises made during the Scottish independence vote.
Lord Mandelson criticises Labour for failing to come up with a credible strategy for decentralising power from London to northern England.
Christine Sinclair scores a late penalty for hosts Canada as they beat China in the first game of the Women's World Cup.
Luis Enrique says he does not know if he will still be Barcelona manager next season, despite leading the club to the treble.
Lewis Hamilton says he is wary of the unpredictable Canadian Grand Prix, which can so often produce unexpected results.
Why does Hollywood look to white actors for Asian roles?
The Himalayan tea train that's running out of steam
The United Nations says that peace talks it is brokering between Yemen's Houthi rebels and the government will take place in Geneva next weekend.
As Alistair Carmichael is being investigated for breaking the MPs' code of conduct, Rob Watson asks if lying by political leaders is ever justified.
The Fifa crisis has largely focused on Zurich where the organisation is based, but this isn't the first financial scandal to hit Switzerland - so what is it with this country and money?
More than 2,000 migrants have been saved from wooden fishing boats off the coast of Libya, according to rescuers.