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A new mentality and Adam Peaty should bring success for Britain at the World Championships, says Rebecca Adlington.
A 56-year-old man who was found covered in blood in Greenock Cemetery dies in hospital.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras defends his former finance minister in a row over an "emergency plan" in case of Greece's exit from the euro.
More more 20 people die as severe flooding in the north and west of Myanmar damages land and homes, displacing many.
An "indecent" novel entered into a National Eisteddfod writing competition is being investigated by police.
A Welsh Commonwealth Games weightlifter who failed to pay more than £300,000 of VAT on his scrap and waste businesses is jailed.
Two people are charged with manslaughter after a woman died while bungee jumping in Spain.
A call centre in Torfaen which received £600,000 funding from the Welsh government goes into liquidation.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's FA Women's Cup final between Chelsea Ladies and Notts County Ladies.
On the 40th anniversary of the Miami showband massacre, a surviving musician appeals to trace a young couple who helped him in his "greatest hour of need".
The radioactive material responsible for the death of Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006 has been called the "perfect poison". Why - and what is polonium-210?
The FA fines Gillingham and its chairman Paul Scally £75,000 each for 'race victimisation', but both will appeal.
Russian President Vladimir Putin "personally ordered" the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, the inquiry into the death of the former spy hears.
A vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus has led to 100% protection in a pioneering trial described as a "potential game-changer".
Researchers have revealed that the Earth's magnetic field is 550 million years older than previously believed.
A US man has shot down a drone which was hovering over his back garden.
The fates of around a dozen movies are up in the air after Hollywood studio Relativity Media filed for bankruptcy protection.
Researchers at Oxford University who studied Cecil the lion receive more than £230,000 in donations after the well-known animal was killed.
Beijing is chosen to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, becoming the first city ever to host both a summer and winter games.
NatWest Bank is investigating problems with its online service, after customers complained that payments - including salaries - were not going through