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The shimmering beauty and claustrophobic atmosphere of F1's Monaco Grand Prix makes it unlike any other sporting event.
Israel suspends new rules that would have had the effect of separating Palestinian and Jewish passengers on buses travelling to the West Bank.
A 19-year-old charity worker dies after becoming ill while trekking in the north of India.
Finnish Punk band PKN, the first Eurovision act to all have learning difficulties, are knocked out of the contest in the first semi-final, along with Denmark and the Netherlands.
A number of homes have been evacuated in a bomb alert in Strabane, County Tyrone.
The chief executive of Thomas Cook says he is "deeply sorry" about the deaths of two British children on holiday in Corfu.
Nigel Farage says UKIP is "100% united" ahead of its EU referendum battle after two senior figures leave their roles in the party.
Danish film producer Valeria Richter, who has part of her left foot amputated, says she was denied entry to a film at Cannes for not wearing high heels.
The coastguard are called to rescue two Essex Police officers who became stranded in their car at high tide.
Inquests are planned into 11 further deaths following the conviction of Stepping Hill nurse Victorino Chua.
More than 80 crew members are taken off an offshore support boat which went on fire in Peterhead harbour in the early hours of the morning.
Swiss bank UBS pays a total of $545m to settle an investigation into alleged manipulation of foreign exchange rates.
At least nine people die and 18 others are injured when a tractor pulling a wagon loaded with people is hit by a train in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, police say.
High Street retail giant Marks and Spencer has reported a rise in full-year profits, saying it made "good progress" during the year.
Prince Charles will visit the place where his great uncle was murdered by the IRA on the second day of his tour of Ireland.
Energy company SSE has confirmed it will close down one of its two remaining coal-fired plants, saying it is no longer economical.
England v New Zealand series key to Cook's Ashes hopes
Amy Lawrence finds a few snags cannot detract from the achievement and symbolism of FC United's new home.
Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford says broadcasting team radio communications would help broaden the sport's appeal.
A £25m tidal energy project which works through flying "kites" underwater is being launched on Anglesey.