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China's Ding Junhui misses out on a 147 break at the World Snooker Championships after appearing to forget he was on for a maximum.
HBO is threatening to cut off paying customers of its HBO Now service if they are viewing its shows outside the US.
There are severe delays to trains using the Eurotunnel following an electrical fault.
The big four High Street banks are under pressure to offer current account perks as competition in the sector appears to be picking up.
The BBC's James Reynolds reports from outside one of the migrant centres where the survivors of the boat sinking off Libya have been taken to.
Ex-prime minister Sir John Major claims that a Labour government backed by the SNP would be a "recipe for mayhem".
Allegations of corruption in South Korea have tainted the prime minister, and threaten to topple the president, says Stephen Evans.
The US sends an aircraft carrier to boost its patrols off Yemen, amid suspicions an Iranian naval convoy is carrying arms intended for Yemeni Houthi rebels.
Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan says snooker does not merit a place at the Olympics as it bids for inclusion.
Football fans raise £20,000 for a 67-year-old Blackpool fan who was sued for libel by the club's owners.
The mysterious bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres are back in view.
A 22-year-old man dies after an incident involving a digger, say Dyfed-Powys Police.
Queen's Club in London is confirmed as the venue for Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against France in July.
Former Prime Minister Sir John Major is giving a speech as party of the Conservative Party's election campaign.
A look at the treacherous journeys made my migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean into Europe.
The DUP says it believes its votes could be vital in the formation of the next UK government, as it launches its general election manifesto.
The BBC looks at what has led to Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi being sentenced to 20 years in prison.
A child is taken to hospital after being hit by a car outside a Cardiff school.
The trial of a 93-year-old former Nazi SS guard, known as the "Bookkeeper of Auschwitz" opens in Germany.
A Japanese magnetic levitation train has broken the world speed record.