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The producer punched by Jeremy Clarkson is understood to be suing the former Top Gear host and the BBC for racial discrimination.
The sale of tickets for Prince's solo UK tour, expected on Friday morning, is postponed but no details as to why are given.
One of Google's autonomous vehicles has been pulled over by police in Mountain View after causing a traffic jam by driving too slowly.
British Airways incurs the wrath of Indian cricket fans after airline responds to a tweet from Sachin Tendulkar by asking for his full name.
While in his 20s, Dwayne Johnson battled the mental health illness after being dropped from his NFL team, the Calgary Stampeders.
Bodies of up to seven babies found in home of couple in southern German town of Wallenfels, police say.
As US forces carry out an air strike targeting "Jihadi John", BBC News looks at what is known so far about the Islamic State group militant.
Acting head of Uefa Angel Villar Llona escapes a ban for not co-operating with investigations into World Cup bids.
Australia dominate the first day of the second Test against New Zealand, with David Warner hitting an unbeaten 244.
Lebanon holds a day of national mourning after at least 41 people were killed in the deadliest attacks in the capital since the end of the civil war.
A stunt driver in the UK has beaten the Guinness World Record for the "tightest reverse parallel park".
Vincent Asaro, who was accused of planning a 1978 airport heist that helped to inspire the Mafia film Goodfellas, is found not guilty at a court in Brooklyn.
Spain's Sergio Garcia is three shots behind new leader Lucas Bjerregaard at the BMW Masters in Shanghai.
An elite South African university is to drop Afrikaans as the language of instruction and teach in English after a campaign by students.
Kurdish forces enter the strategic northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, held by IS militants since last year, Kurdish sources say.
A Facebook page has been set up highlighting the plight of children held in detention centres in Nauru, where the social network is banned.
A judge in California has thrown out a lawsuit against Taylor Swift using some of her lyrics in the process.
Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy wins a majority in Myanmar's historic election, ending decades of military-backed rule.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to meet the Queen and speak in front of tens of thousands of people at Wembley Stadium on the second day of his visit to the UK.
The rate of growth in the German economy slowed in the third quarter of the year, but the French economy picked up.