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The BBC's iconic 'Our Tune' presenter Simon Bates takes us through the rocky relationship of former team-mates Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Strauss.
Auschwitz survivors continue to testify at trial of a former SS guard Oskar Groening.
Police in Burundi's capital open fire on a big crowd of protesters in unrest over the president's re-election bid, eyewitnesses say.
Unemployment in Scotland climbed by 19,000 to 168,000 in the first quarter of the year, according to official figures.
UK unemployment in the January to March period fell to 1.83 million, official figures show, down 35,000 from the previous quarter.
North Korea's Defence Minister Hyon Yong-chol has been executed for showing disloyalty to Kim Jong-un, South Korea's spy agency says.
A former Northern Ireland woman allegedly murdered by her husband in Australia had been receiving domestic violence counselling months before hear death, a court hears.
Prince Harry takes part in a traditional Maori Haka during his tour of New Zealand.
North Korean leadership expert Mike Madden on what the reported execution of Defence Minister Hyon Yong-chol tells us.
Manny Pacquiao says his retirement is "near" but he won't make a decision until he recovers from shoulder surgery.
They say nothing in life is free, so what happened when social media firm The LAD Bible left £25 "for people in need only" in the middle of Manchester city centre?
A man is charged with the murder of a woman whose body was found in a suitcase in a London canal.
The eviction of a 71-year-old woman from her caravan home is delayed by protesters who are blocking access to the site.
A high level group of scientists is to be recruited to provide independent advice to the European Commission, replacing the former role of the chief scientific advisor.
Macedonia's prime minister accepts the resignation of two ministers and his head of intelligence amid a scandal over alleged phone-tapping.
Carson Yeung, the former chairman of Birmingham City, loses an appeal against his conviction for money laundering.
A US firm is to extend its free mobile data, voice and text offering to the UK from July this year.
A man who cut his own hand off in a DIY accident involving a circular saw praises his neighbours for their help.
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley wants Rangers' board to call an extraordinary meeting and repay his £5m loan.
Avon and Somerset Police ask another force to examine its handling of the investigation into whether the former Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe had ordered the murder of a former lover.