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Lee Westwood beats Masters champion Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy overcomes Billy Horschel to reach the last 16 at the WGC Match Play.
Purity at heart of Mayweather-Pacquiao fight
As Greek representatives and members of the Eurozone meet in Brussels, many questions still remain for Greece on the best way forward to reach a deal.
Ed Miliband urges voters to ignore claims about post-election alliances with the SNP - but the Tories say Labour cannot get a majority without them.
Mental health patients having to travel as far as 79 miles for a bed is "not acceptable", says the charity Mind.
A lawyer for six Baltimore police officers says they "did nothing wrong", as they face serious charges over Freddie Gray who died in police custody.
Another 234 women and children are rescued from Boko Haram Islamist militants in north-eastern Nigeria, the country's military announces.
The developing relationship between Japan and the US is a cause for concern in Beijing, says Jonathan Marcus.
Do 'Putin's Hell's Angels' wear make up?
The teacher who spends his evenings feeding street kids
Once a niche job in the art world, now everyone seems to have jumped onto the curating bandwagon.
As the conflict in Ukraine continues, Tom Burridge visits a school in Donetsk which is still open, despite being very close to front line and being hit by shelling.
When music is played in public, the artist who created it is meant to receive royalties. Thanks to music recognition software, the system is beginning to work better.
About 60% of the world's largest herbivores are at risk of extinction, according to research by an international team.
Why is it that two apparently similar earthquakes can have such different outcomes in terms of the number of people killed and the damage that results?
Floyd Mayweather will have a slight weight advantage over Manny Pacquiao when they meet in Las Vegas this weekend.
The war poet whom children are taught to dislike
Baltimore has reacted to the announcement by Baltimore's chief prosecutor that six police officers will face criminal charges over the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died while in police custody last month
The avalanche on Mount Everest triggered by the Nepal earthquake highlights the risks that Sherpas take supporting climbers scaling the mountain.
A Mexican army helicopter is shot at in the western state of Jalisco, killing three soldiers, with a total of seven people killed in incidents across the state.