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Home-grown talent outshines the Las Vegas hype machine in a night to celebrate British boxing - even James DeGale got a cheer.
South Africa did pay $10m to a football body led by Jack Warner, one of the figures at the centre of Fifa corruption allegations, local media say.
A Real Madrid vice-president appears to suggest Rafael Benitez is to be appointed as the Spanish club's next manager.
Arsenal fans have been celebrating a record 12th FA Cup title win following the team's four-nil victory over Aston Villa at Wembley, making it the most successful club in FA Cup history.
Tributes from President Barack Obama and Stevie Wonder are read at the funeral of blues legend BB King in Indianola, Mississippi.
Solar Impulse, a zero-fuel aeroplane piloted by Andre Borschberg, is on the most difficult leg of its mission to fly around the world.
Sinn Féin does not want the Northern Ireland Assembly to collapse and believes a deal on welfare is still "doable", Alex Maskey says.
Deputy health minister warns opponents not to treat a damning report into a Denbighshire mental health ward as a "party political triumph".
Andre Villas-Boas and his Zenit St Petersburg players celebrate wining the Russian league title with a strange team photo.
Britain's Katherine Grainger and Vicky Thornley win bronze in the double scull final at the European Rowing Championships.
The number of people shot dead by US police is twice as high as official figures show, suggests data gathered by The Washington Post newspaper.
The US Senate is to hold an urgent session to consider extending the controversial Patriot Act on domestic surveillance, which is set to expire at midnight.
Thousands of people turn out to cheer on a victory parade celebrating Arsenal's FA Cup final win
Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper makes a veiled attack on her rivals, as Andy Burnham warns the party faces irrelevance.
Uefa president Michel Platini must show strong leadership to unite Europe behind a boycott of the 2018 World Cup, says Greg Dyke.
Thousands of schools damaged during April's devastating earthquake in Nepal have begun to re-open.
Officials in Coventry are taking advantage of a change in road traffic laws which allow it to turn part of the city's ring road into a race track.
Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill lies in fourth place ahead of the final two events of her first heptathlon since London 2012.
The health service plans to "clamp down on some of the staffing agencies ripping off the NHS", the chief executive of NHS England says.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is taken to hospital in Switzerland with a likely leg injury after a bicycle crash in the French Alps.