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Rupert Wingfield-Hayes visits a vast solar farm in Kagoshima to see how Japan is trying to move on from nuclear power.
The Spanish football federation suspends all end-of-season games amid disputes with the government, including over TV rights.
Colombia says it will investigate accusations that US contractors and military staff sexually abused minors for four years from 2003.
Sir Elton John has told a US Senate panel that Aids could be eradicated in his lifetime, but only if the US government continues funding the fight against the virus.
A London gang leader who was rehomed in Wales admits a robbery in his new home city of Newport.
The BBC gets reaction from people in Mumbai to the sentencing of Bollywood star Salman Khan to five years in prison.
Authorities in the US approve passenger ferry services between Florida and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years.
Former England manager Graham Taylor denies allegations he spoke about pressure to limit the number of black players he selected.
A woman in Central Florida used an online pizza order to send a distress signal while being held hostage by her knife-wielding boyfriend.
New England quarterback Tom Brady was "generally aware" of a scheme to under-inflate balls during a crucial NFL play-off game.
Bosnian Serb police say they have arrested several people suspected of trying to recruit fighters for the militant group Islamic State.
The US aviation regulator has asked three firms to help it explore how drone use could be extended and has also unveiled a drone app for pilots.
Some voters in the London borough of Hackney are told they cannot take part in the election despite registering before the April deadline.
St Mirren fans vote for six-year-old Aaron Woodall as their player of the year as he battles against cancer.
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis has picked up a national farming award for being Britain's top dairy farm.
Naughty Boy, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson are having a row on social media.
Administrators appointed to a paper-making firm say a number of parties have "expressed an interest in the business".
An inquest hears a 43-year-old man died at Glan Clwyd Hospital following "repeated lapses in his care and treatment".
Hot Chocolate singer who has died aged 71
British astronaut Tim Peake passes his final Soyuz exam, as he prepares for November's mission to the space station.