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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is charged with misconduct in relation to Sunday's FA Cup celebrations.
A solar-powered plane that is attempting a record-breaking flight around the world has suffered damage after an unscheduled stop in Japan.
Authorities in the Indian capital ban sale of Maggi noodles for 15 days after high levels of lead are found in batches tested in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
Tim Cook makes a thinly veiled attack on Facebook and Google for "gobbling up" user data.
Two people are taken to hospital after being injured by a bullock which was loose from a field in Lerwick in Shetland.
An aerospace company charged with corporate manslaughter over the death of a worker was "explicitly" warned of dangers, a court hears.
Dominic West, Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery and Janet McTeer head up the new season at London's Donmar Warehouse in a 30 year revival of Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
The BBC News website examines key questions about academy schools and their spread in England.
Where would Fifa rank in a list of the world's richest countries? Find out in our Fifa quiz.
Fierce fighting is raging between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine despite a truce deal, officials say.
Construction of the Giant Magellan Telescope receives the go-ahead, leading to preliminary operations in 2021 or 2022.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson says "it is the right decision...I did not lie" after he is acquitted of perjury.
Skype acknowledges its chat app repeatedly crashes if a certain string of characters is received, a week after Apple faced a similar problem.
The European Central Bank leaves its key interest rate unchanged at 0.05% as latest economic reports suggest improvement in the eurozone.
A guide to transgender terms
We look at what stops rollercoasters having more accidents, as an investigation starts into how The Smiler ride at Alton Towers crashed.
A Californian man escapes from his sinking truck after reportedly failing to properly detach his boat from it at a launch in Santa Barbara.
What now for Rafa Benitez and Real Madrid?
A special session is being held at Westminster to honour the former Liberal Democrat leader, Charles Kennedy, whose sudden death was announced yesterday.
Colombian lawmakers pass a law which will impose long sentences for crimes committed against women because of their gender.