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A fire involving about 100 tonnes of waste wood and rubbish in Newport was started deliberately, the fire service says.
Former Fifa vice president Jack Warner says he will reveal all he knows about corruption at the world football body, as a US investigation continues.
CCTV footage is released of a manhole cover exploding near people using a cashpoint on a shopping street.
Hubble reveals fascinating new details about Pluto's four smaller moons - Styx, Nix, Kerberos and Hydra.
England would be ready to host the World Cup in 2022 if it is stripped from Qatar, according to a British politician.
The Women's Institute is set to mark 100 years since the organisation was founded, as Jayne McCubbin reports.
Rescuers pull dozens of bodies from a capsized cruise ship in China's Yangtze River, as authorities promise "no cover-up" over the disaster.
Belgium move to their highest ever position of second in the latest Fifa rankings, behind leaders Germany.
A BBC Sport survey reveals more than 40% of elite sportswomen in Britain have experienced sexism, but 7% have reported it.
How I became a drug-cheat athlete to test the system
Readers' photographs on the theme of commuting.
Liverpool agree a deal to sign England midfielder James Milner from Manchester City, subject to a medical.
Labour MP Rob Marris comes first in the annual ballot to determine which backbenchers get to propose new laws to Parliament.
Police investigating the murder of student Karen Buckley in Glasgow appeal for a potential witness to contact them.
Downing Street is to make a new appeal to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority to abandon plans for a £7,000 pay rise for MPs.
A social media post falsely claiming missing schoolgirl Amber Peat had been murdered is being investigated by police.
A Texas bakery is selling an alternative to real roses - roses made out of bacon.
European 10,000m champion Jo Pavey says she would ditch Alberto Salazar as her coach if she was Mo Farah.
The death of a four-year-old boy killed in a fire deliberately started by his mother could not have been predicted or prevented, a serious case review finds.
More than 70 people die in a fire at a petrol station in Ghana's capital, Accra, during torrential rain, the fire service says.