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Matt LeBlanc will return to host Top Gear for a second series next year, following the departure of Chris Evans.
Four kittens are born inside a tumble dryer in a dry-cleaners - but are recovering after the machine is taken to pieces.
Hundreds of people take part in a gruelling race challenge at Banchory in Aberdeenshire.
Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos tells the BBC that a peace deal he will sign with Farc rebels will boost economic growth and rebuild the country.
Police teams searching for missing toddler Ben Needham on the Greek island of Kos say they are "optimistic" about new excavation work.
Azerbaijanis vote in a referendum on constitutional changes that would further boost President Ilham Aliyev's grip on power.
Members of the public have their first chance to see works nominated for this year's Turner Prize when an exhibition featuring the four artists opens.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted by crowds in Vancouver after arriving by seaplane.
Japan says it scrambled fighter jets on Sunday after Chinese military aircraft flew between two southern Japanese islands.
China's Dalian Wanda steps up competition with Walt Disney's Shanghai resort, opening its second theme park in the country.
Kate McWilliams' employer easyJet believes the 26-year-old is the world's youngest ever commercial female airline captain.
An Australian father has his sports car impounded after footage of himself teaching his five-year-old son to do burnouts goes viral.
Monday's successful launch of eight satellites into space proves India's commercial space programme is booming, writes Yogita Limaye.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and Farc leader Timoleon Jimenez, known as Timochenko, will sign an agreement at a ceremony on Monday.
French President Francois Hollande is to visit the port of Calais, days after setting out his plans to close the "Jungle" migrant camp there.
Arnold Palmer's cavalier style and aggressive technique gave him 91 professional titles, as he popularised golf and became its major figure in the 1960s.
James Naughtie reports on how organisation could be key to the White House race, in a campaign dominated so far by personality.
US golfer Arnold Palmer, widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the sport's history, has died at the age of 87.
A selection of the winners and finalists in he ZSL Animal Photography Prize.
As the Cites conference on endangered species meets in Johannesburg, Matt McGrath travelled to Zambia to hear the voices of people with first-hand experience of conflicts between humans and wildlife.