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S&P downgrades Greece's credit rating saying it expects its financial commitments will be "unsustainable".
Dagenham & Redbridge striker Joss Labadie is banned for six months for biting Stevenage's Ronnie Henry in March.
A shipwreck in which about 400 migrants are feared dead off Libya was caused by excitement at the arrival of rescue ship, survivors say.
David Cameron tells the BBC accusations that the Conservatives are "the party of the rich" make him "more angry than almost anything else".
A Belfast based anti-drugs group calls for tougher laws to be introduced to deal with the sale of "legal high" drugs.
Huawei says a new type of sensor and image stabilisation technology allows its new flagship phone to outclass other premium rivals.
Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal - are any of these clubs interested in Jurgen Klopp? BBC Sport assesses the German's next move.
US workers and labour supporters demanding a raise to the minimum wage paid to fast food employees expand to include airport and homecare workers, among others.
Amnesty International accuses the US and some European Union countries of turning a blind eye to "endemic" torture in Uzbekistan.
A protester crashes a press briefing as the European Central Bank explains how its 1.1 trn euro bond buying plan is reviving the eurozone economy.
France says it will not back down over its nomination of an openly gay ambassador to the Vatican, despite no confirmation after three months.
Scientists are using YouTube videos to study a spectacular cave just outside Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.
Protesters across the US have marched against police killings and treatment of minorities following two high-profile cases of white officers killing black men.
Working grandparents could share unpaid parental leave under plans being launched by the Labour Party in its women's manifesto.
Games of Thrones broadcaster HBO sends "take down" notices to Periscope, the live-streaming video app owned by Twitter, after users of the app broadcast episodes of the hit show.
Both the Liberal Democrats and UKIP launched their manifestos on day 17 of the election campaign.
The deepest salvage operation in history rescues a treasure trove of silver rupee coins, sunk by a German U-boat in 1942 while en route from Bombay to England.
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is found guilty of first-degree murder over the death of a semi-professional player.
Palestinian groups have advanced in clashes with Islamic State militants in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, Palestinian officials say.
The BBC's Mark Ward explains why the European Commission has accused Google of "abuse" and wants changes to its search results.