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Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney sees himself playing in midfield next season after impressing in the role during the win over Bournemouth.
Venezuela's opposition leader Henrique Capriles says the army must choose between President Nicolas Maduro and its duty to defend the constitution.
Marcus Rashford impresses as Manchester United clinch an automatic Europa League group spot by beating Bournemouth.
Life was already organising itself into large communities of cells more than a billion years ago, new evidence from China suggests.
A bright fireball lit up the sky across several states in the US early on Tuesday - and was captured on a police officer's dashcam.
The government is preparing for the possibility of presidential hopeful Donald Trump visiting the UK before the US elections, the BBC learns.
Hull City set up a Championship play-off final with Sheffield Wednesday despite a second-leg defeat by Derby County.
Great Britain's Adam Peaty wins gold in the men's 100m breaststroke final at the European Championships in London.
Dame Barbara Windsor says her final farewell to EastEnders as her character Peggy Mitchell leaves the soap.
Tennis star Maria Sharapova faces an anti-doping panel hearing on Wednesday after failing a drug test for banned substance meldonium.
The Mexican President, Enrique Pena Nieto, proposes constitutional reform to legalise same-sex marriage across the country.
The BBC gained special access to the M.V. Aquarius, which is charged with rescuing migrants making the dangerous journey from Libya to Europe.
A new report into the financial impact of the McMurray fires says some $763m (£527m) in oil sands production has been lost.
The Senate passes legislation that allows families of the victims of 9/11 to sue the Saudi government for any involvement.