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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will not read a book in which Jose Mourinho is quoted as saying he would break the Frenchman's face.
Two men have been cleared of all charges over the death of teenager Scarlett Keeling on a beach in Goa in 2008.
Playlists have surpassed albums as a listening format for music fans, according to a music industry study.
Warplanes launch new air strikes in Aleppo, hours after Syria's government announced an offensive to retake rebel-held areas.
Meet violinist Maria Francisca Rocca Arbelaez from Colombia, who spends all her time in a Lesbos migrant teaching children there how to play.
The president of Myanmar orders an investigation into the case of two girls who say they were kept prisoners and tortured for five years in a tailor shop.
Aleem Maqbool has been crossing the northern USA by train, hearing from voters about some of the biggest issues ahead of November's election.
BBC Sport's guide to this weekend's Champions League of Darts - the first PDC event to be shown live by the BBC.
An Italian driver races China's Tongtian Road, considered one of the world's most dangerous, in record time.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Every effort must be made to stop the legal system being abused over allegations of serious misconduct by UK troops, Prime Minister Theresa May says.
A milking academy, a sheep spa and tractor football are all part of the fun at one of Europe's largest agricultural events.
Thomas Thwaites has been awarded the Ig Nobel Prize in biology for his work
Gemma Arterton is one of the stars of the film The Girl With All The Gifts. An apocalyptic thriller in which she plays a teacher called Miss Justineau.
Before the internet, people used their televisions to access news, weather, travel information, recipes and more.
The UK will "probably" begin formal negotiations to leave the European Union early in 2017, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tells the BBC.
An Australian Jetstar plane to Cairns is forced to divert to Brisbane after a "technical fault" fills the cabin with smoke.
An Australian woman calls in wildlife wranglers to evict a 1m-long "horny and hungry" venomous eastern brown snake from her ugg boot.
The body tasked with managing trade in endangered species will oppose efforts to increase global protection for elephants, saying it could spark a new trade in ivory.