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Two former foreign secretaries, Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind, have been secretly filmed apparently offering their services to a private company for thousands of pounds.
The Grand Sheikh of Egypt's al-Azhar University calls for overhaul of Islamic religious teaching to tackle spread of extremism.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban loses the two-thirds majority that allowed him to pass a new constitution without opposition support.,
MOTD2 pundit Mark Lawrenson expands on his TV analysis of how Liverpool's defence is behind their rise up the table.
Australian PM Tony Abbott is due to unveil a new anti-terrorism strategy and appoint a security tsar to tackle what he says are rising threats.
An ex-police officer and Chelsea fan apologises for his part in an alleged racist incident on the Paris Metro - but denies he is a racist.
South Sydney Rabbitohs run in seven tries to inflict a record World Club Challenge defeat on Super League champions St Helens.
GB cyclists can "do the business" at Rio 2016 despite failing to win World Championship gold, says Shane Sutton.
Four-time world champion John Higgins beats Ben Woollaston 9-3 to win the Welsh Open - his first title for three years.
Britain's Aled Davies smashes his own discus world record at the International Paralympic Committee Grand Prix event in Dubai.
Southampton midfielder Sadio Mane was dropped for the defeat by Liverpool for turning up late, says boss Ronald Koeman.
An auction of football memorabilia belonging to a Newcastle United fan killed in the MH17 disaster raises £26,000 at auction.
A man is arrested in connection with historical sex abuse allegations made by Karen Danczuk, the wife of Labour MP Simon Danczuk.
Former pilot John Hoyte describes how he had to retire on medical grounds after he was affected by aerotoxic syndrome.
Tom Daley wins 10m gold at the British Diving Championships in Plymouth but his new ‘firework’ dive fails to fully ignite.
The Wave Trauma Centre based in Belfast says it has suspended a part-time worker pending further investigation following an allegation of involvement in a racist incident in Paris last week.
Liverpool move to within two points of a Champions League place by grinding out victory at fifth-placed Southampton.
The head of US homeland security warns shoppers to be vigilant after Somalia-based terror group al-Shabab urges followers to attack shopping centres.
At least two people have been killed by an explosion at a march in Kharkiv - marking the first anniversary of the overthrow of former Ukrainian president, Viktor Yanukovych, as Paul Adams reports
A pickup truck was caught on video sliding down an icy road in and crashing into another car.