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Tiger Woods says the end of his relationship with US Olympic skiing champion Lindsay Vonn has been "brutal".
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is close to agreeing a new contract after winning a third Premier League title with the club.
Scientists in China report a new fossil species: the oldest member yet of the evolutionary branch that produced modern birds.
US fast-food giant McDonald's could be facing a European Commission (EU) investigation into its tax affairs over an alleged €1bn of unpaid tax.
The SNP suspends two party members following scuffles at rally held by Scottish Labour leader and comedian Eddie Izzard in Glasgow.
Newcastle United captain Fabricio Coloccini writes an open letter to fans apologising for the club's poor run of form.
Manny Pacquiao "wasn't honest" about an injury before his loss to Floyd Mayweather, says the Nevada Athletic Commission.
Footage has emerged of migrants on a sinking dinghy desperately trying to reach safety off the coast of Sicily.
There will be more checkpoints and patrols by police in Northern Ireland to counter a "severe" dissident republican threat.
Mental health trusts in England are forecasting significant cuts to their funding over the next four years, figures seen by the BBC suggest.
Dozens of people are taken to hospital following a coach crash on the M1 in Derbyshire.
Broadcaster Paul Gambaccini says he has written a memoir about the 12 months he spent on bail, before being told he would not face charges over historic sex offences.
Jo Pavey will miss the World Championships in Beijing this August to aid her preparation for the 2016 Olympics.
A mass grave containing seven bodies has been found on the border between Venezuela and Colombia, according to officials.
Roman mosaics 'ruined' during restoration
A former soldier who pleaded guilty to making explosives under suspicious circumstances and having pistols is given a suspended sentence.
Chewing gum "may have played" a role in the death of a Carmarthenshire teenager, an inquest hears.
Ed Miliband tells the BBC he does not believe Labour would end up borrowing more money than the Conservatives plan to if he wins Thursday's election.
Army sergeant Edwin Mee is found guilty at Southwark Crown Court of 13 sex attacks on seven female recruits.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has said he will make a second attempt at getting the Republican nomination for the presidency.