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State-run media claims North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has scaled the country's highest mountain.
Toulon will go for a hat-trick of European titles after Bryan Habana's interception try secures an extra-time win over Leinster.
Thousands of Newcastle fans appear to have boycotted the home game with Tottenham in a protest against owner Mike Ashley.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says the sport is too expensive and claims that it has many problems that need to be resolved.
Richard Bilton, on a boat south of the Italian island of Lampedusa, explains the scale of the journey that migrants face as they attempt to cross the Mediterranean.
A 15-year-old boy is arrested after a young girl was sexually assaulted at a McDonald's in Carmarthen.
Man City firm up their grip on a top-four place as they beat West Ham to claim a first win in three Premier League games.
Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova guides the Czech Republic to their fourth Fed Cup final in five years by defeating France.
Becky Downie wins her second silver on the beam as Great Britain land six medals at the European Gymnastics Championships.
Police speak about "concerns" over a family of six from Slough who they think may be on their way to Syria.
Public transport workers are to take part in a second strike that will affect all bus and rail services in Northern Ireland, the union Unite says.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle reach their first-ever Scottish Cup final to end Celtic's hopes of a domestic treble.
A fourth person is arrested in connection with the murder of a Syrian-born preacher who was found shot dead in his car.
Plaid Cymru might withhold its support from Ed Miliband if he leads a minority Labour government, Leanne Wood says.
A woman speaks of her "absolute delight" at being reunited with her 109-year-old pet tortoise, 11 months after he disappears.
Islamic State militants release a video purportedly showing the killing of up to 30 Ethiopian Christians seized in Libya.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says he believes there will be "a complete stitch-up" on a referendum over Europe if David Cameron wins a majority.
Pesticide is the probable cause of 18 mysterious deaths in south-western Nigeria, the World Health Organisation says.
Thomas Tuchel will replace the departing Jurgen Klopp as Borussia Dortmund head coach from 1 July.
More than 300 people have been arrested in South Africa in connection with the wave of violence against immigrants, the home affairs minister says.