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The Beatles' Indian retreat is swallowed by the forest
The Royal Navy flagship the HMS Bulwark has arrived in Sicily, after rescuing about 600 migrants in the Mediterranean Sea.
Mauricio Pochettino suggests "no-one is sure" they will stay at Spurs as he looks to build a stronger side for 2015-16.
Dnipro and Sevilla reach the Europa League final after victories over Napoli and Fiorentina respectively.
Nigel Farage says he enjoys a "phenomenal" level of support as UKIP leader and will not resign, despite a bitter row over his future.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has told the BBC's Question Time that he does not support a leadership election and that he is standing by his decision to continue as UKIP leader.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady appeals against the ban given to him after an inquiry into under-inflated balls.
FFC Frankfurt strike late to beat Paris St-Germain 2-1 and secure a record fourth Women's Champions League title.
Islamic State releases an audio message it says is from its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which would be the first in months.
Nato has pledged to counter the "hybrid warfare" tactics that it says that Russia is using in the Ukraine conflict.
The BBC's Ed Thomas has been given access to a team in Cheshire, where police officers and mental health specialists work together to help people in crisis.
Did Prince Charles's letters change anything?
In a wild session of trading, shares of cosmetics firm Avon whipsaw after mysterious reports of a takeover offer.
Union boss Len McCluskey calls for Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy to resign after "making certain" the Conservatives won the general election.
Nigel Farage has left UKIP's London headquarters after a day of internal rows within his party.
A third officer from South Wales Police is being investigated in relation to the force's handling of complaints about paedophile Ian Watkins.
Iranian gunboats fire warning shots at a cargo ship in the Persian Gulf, the second incident of its kind in recent weeks.
The team helping vulnerable people avoid custody
Race leader Alberto Contador is involved in a crash in the Giro d'Italia as Andre Greipel wins stage six.
Shadow international development secretary Mary Creagh is to declare her candidacy for the Labour leadership, the BBC understands.