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Victoria Derbyshire reporter Dan Johnson follows the police operation as West Bromwich Albion play Chelsea at The Hawthorns.
The cost of renting a home rose by 4.6% in the year to the end of April, the fastest rise since November 2010, a survey suggests.
The Clarks shoe company started using iPads to measure children's feet last year, and it's all about capturing invaluable foot data.
Why a shoe company measures kids' feet with iPads
Sun, surf... and grenades in Mogadishu
Why have women been seeing red at Cannes?
The full story - will a death in the family make Buba go to rehab?
How male and female bathing suits got smaller and smaller
Satellites have recorded a big sudden change in the behaviour of glaciers on the Antarctica Peninsula, according to a UK-based team.
The family of F1 driver Jules Bianchi are still hoping for miracle but admit the situation has become "stagnant".
John Simpson examines the successes of Islamic State and the consequences for those affected and the wider region.
Joe Root and Ben Stokes showed "fantastic character" as they led England's fightback against New Zealand, says Jonathan Agnew.
Baltimore's top prosecutor announces revised charges, but the most serious charges - including second-degree murder - remain.
Adult Friend Finder, a casual dating website, has called in police and hacking investigators after a suspected leak of client information.
Jack Grealish was not considered for an England call-up to face Republic of Ireland in case of a backlash, Roy Hodgson says.
BBC News caught up with Guy Sebastian, Australia's entry to this year's Eurovision Song Contest, and the fans who have followed him to Vienna.
Deutsche Bank shareholders deliver a strong vote of disapproval on the running of the German financial giant.
The head of the Boy Scouts of America says defiant chapters and possible legal challenges should give organisation pause.
A US air strike on Syria probably killed two children, the Pentagon says, acknowledging civilian casualties for first time.
Before Steven Gerrard's final Liverpool match, BBC Sport remembers some of his stand-out moments for the club.