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A private plane crashes into a car auction warehouse at Blackbushe Airport.
England take a 2-1 lead in the Ashes series as Ian Bell's 65 not out guides them to victory in the third Test at Edgbaston.
Sir Bradley Wiggins relishes a return to road racing in front of the home crowd at the London-Surrey Classic on Sunday.
UK home secretary Theresa May orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full 6-month visa, reversing an earlier decision to restrict his entry.
A new cave which lies more than 80 metres beneath the Mendip Hills in Somerset has been opened up to the public for the first time.
Three former executives at a Japanese power giant are to stand trial over the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011.
President Obama's clean power plan is likely to be delayed by 2 years but is also expected to push renewable energy.
If the government decides to take on Facebook and Apple over encryption, a mighty battle could be in the offing.
Jack Straw says descriptions of New Labour as a virus are "ridiculous" and warns the party faces "oblivion" if it moves further to the left.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after police say he shot and killed two people who stopped to help him along a road in a Montana Indian reservation.
Gordon Corera on what we have learned about the death of Alexander Litvinenko.
A large fire breaks out at a fish and chip shop on the main seafront of a Norfolk town.
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.