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A 14-year-old girl who was died in a speedboat accident in Devon is named by police.
Chelsea secure their fourth Premier League title as Eden Hazard's first-half penalty rebound defeats Crystal Palace.
Rory McIlroy wins the first sudden-death hole on the resumption of his World Match Play last-eight tie against Paul Casey.
Heavy shelling took place overnight in Donetsk. One Ukrainian soldier and two civilians have been killed in the past 24 hours.
The debate over whether to re-open Mount Everest
Rescue teams search for a light aircraft that was due to arrive at Dundee Airport, police confirm.
Head teachers warn intimidation is continuing after the investigations into the so-called Trojan Horse scandal, including dead animals being left in playgrounds.
Three Wrexham backpackers left stranded in Nepal following the earthquake have returned home, according to the sister of one of the men.
Mayweather held all the aces, says Ben Dirs
MK Dons are promoted to the Championship with victory over relegated Yeovil Town, as rivals Preston lose at Colchester.
Boxing is united in praise of Floyd Mayweather after his victory over Manny Pacquiao in the richest fight in history.
David Cameron tells the BBC he will not agree to lead any government that would not commit to holding an in/out referendum on the UK's EU membership.
Conservative party leader David Cameron says he will not be prime minister of a government that fails to deliver a referendum on EU membership.
Nepal's only international airport bans larger aircraft because of concerns over its runway, as the post-earthquake aid effort continues.
Newcastle United defender Mike Williamson denies deliberately getting sent off during Saturday's defeat at Leicester.
If teachers are really valued they should be given a pay rise, says Liberal Democrat David Laws, promising an end to public sector pay cuts.
Video has been released by the Italian coastguard showing one of many migrant rescues on Saturday off the coast of Libya.
A woman is rescued after her car became stuck in a flooded ford near Wolverhampton.
Four people from the UK's Nepali community died in last week's earthquake in the country, the uncle of one of them tells the BBC.
Nearly 3,700 migrants rescued in several operations in the Mediterranean Sea, Italian coastguard says.