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Pregnant at 10 and abortion's not an option
The sport of human pyramid formation has recently been given the status of adventure sport in the state of Maharashtra in India.
The chicken that lived for 18 months without a head
Simona Halep and Flavia Pennetta will meet in the US Open semi-finals after winning their respective semi-finals in three sets.
The number of fans visiting Britain from abroad to watch football rises to 800,000, bringing in almost £700m, according to research.
The head of the pro-Kurdish HDP accuses Turkey's ruling party of orchestrating nationalist attacks and pushing the country towards civil war.
Apple chief Tim Cook unveils a large new iPad Pro, an updated Apple TV set-top box and two updated iPhones.
A look at some of the key moments on the day the Queen became Britain's longest-serving monarch.
Wayne Rooney can score 70 England goals and his record will last for "at least a decade", says ex-striker Gary Lineker.
The US state of Arkansas is set to resume executing death row inmates after a 10-year hiatus brought on by legal concerns and drug shortages.
A firework display was held in the Port of Leith in Edinburgh to celebrate the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg echoes the concerns of US officials over reports that Russia is increasing its military presence in Syria.
A double-decker bus has crashed into a railway bridge in Rochdale, shearing off the roof and injuring 17 people.
At one of the makeshift migrant camps on the Serbia-Hungary border rubbish has been building up, but collectors have now arrived to try and clean up the debris.
There will be British interest in both men's doubles semi-finals at the US Open as Dom Inglot and Robert Lindstedt progress.
Apple unveils a larger iPad, an app-centric TV set-top box and new iPhones at a launch event in San Francisco.
Three men, including a police offer, are charged over a hoax terror plot to kidnap an officer.
The BBC is launching a website that allows people to make digital content from popular brands such as Dr Who and EastEnders.
Scientists are looking for a link between visual processing and sporting performance, and their battery of tests could help with talent spotting.
Union protests against 'Victorian' work practices fail to unseat Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley from the retailer's board.