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A paw print made by a cat in Roman times is discovered on a 2,000 year old roof tile in Gloucester.
Volkswagen became the world's biggest-selling vehicle maker in the first half of the year, overtaking Toyota for the first time.
A mother who claimed a security guard assaulted her while removing her breastfeeding baby from her in Primark is summoned to appear at court.
No suspicious circumstances surrounded the death of a seven-year-old Barnsley boy whose body was found at a building site, police say.
Fresh plans are drawn up for the biggest transformation of Cardiff Central railway station since it was built in the 1850s.
US President Barack Obama addresses the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on the last day of his trip to East Africa.
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has been cleared to run again but she is collateral damage in a scientific dispute, writes Matt Slater.
Two people who triggered closure of Manchester Royal Infirmary's casualty unit test negative for Mers virus.
Uefa president Michel Platini will announce later this week he wants to be the next president of Fifa, the BBC learns.
Forensic experts in Colombia have begun a search for hundreds of bodies at a landfill site, believed to be one of the largest urban mass graves in the world, as Natalio Cosoy reports.
Passengers on Eurotunnel day trips to France are advised to postpone their journey if they can following further disruption.
Two policemen die and six others are injured in a "terrorist bomb attack" on the island of Sitrah in Bahrain, the government says.
The bin lorry which crashed in Glasgow killing six people may have reached a speed of 25mph as it hit pedestrians, a fatal accident inquiry hears.
Former South Africa and Nottinghamshire all-rounder and captain Clive Rice dies at the age of 66.
The public should not expect to see a police officer after crimes such as burglary, the head of the new National Police Chiefs' Council tells the BBC.
UK economic growth accelerated to 0.7% in the second quarter of the year, helped by a big jump in oil and gas production.
A court in Libya sentences Col Muammar Gaddafi's son, Saif al-Islam, and eight others to death over war crimes linked to the 2011 revolution.
Social housing tenants hit by the so-called bedroom tax should get more financial help from the Welsh government, AMs say.
Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is available to compete in the World Athletics Championships in August.
Archaeologists say a Pictish fort uncovered during a dig near Stonehaven is the oldest in Scotland.