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A private plane crashes into a car auction at Blackbushe Airport.
A government-related agency in the US has published a report on privacy concerns relating to facial recognition.
Thousands of people in Mali's capital are flocking to see what it believed to be a religious sign that suddenly appeared on a wall of a toilet.
The Chemical Brothers' Born in the Echoes gives the dance act their sixth UK number one album, as Little Mix top the singles chart for a third week.
Charleston gunman Dylann Roof pleads not guilty to federal charges including hate crimes
Russia may ban emojis depicting same-sex couples from social media if a state watchdog rules they infringe controversial "gay propaganda" laws.
Australia captain Michael Clarke says his team are "playing with 10 players" because of his lack of batting form.
Ukraine's top court says rebel-held areas in the east can get limited self-rule - but MPs are yet to vote on the changes.
After a 64-day break the English domestic season returns on Sunday when Arsenal face Chelsea in the Community Shield.
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.
Israel vows to catch arsonists, suspected to be Jewish settlers, who killed a young Palestinian child in an attack on a West Bank village.
Jalaluddin Haqqani, the Afghan founder of the militant Haqqani network, died at least a year ago, sources tell the BBC.
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Sir Bradley Wiggins relishes a return to road racing in front of the home crowd at the London-Surrey Classic on Sunday.
Three former executives at a Japanese power giant are to stand trial over the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011.
UK home secretary orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full 6-month visa, reversing earlier decision
President Obama's clean power plan is likely to be delayed by 2 years but is also expected to push renewable energy.