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Tata Motors sees quarterly profits almost halve due to weak sales of Jaguar Land Rover in China.
Former England striker Teddy Sheringham shows he still has the goal-scoring knack as the Stevenage manager prepares for the season ahead.
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Actor Berkoff is set to star in a political satire by Anthony Horowitz, at London's Menier Chocolate Factory.
Did French burglars really use gas on Jenson Button?
Archaeologists want the public's help as they attempt to tackle what they describe as the "final frontier" - England's coastline.
The US economy added 215,000 jobs in July, while the unemployment rate held at a seven-year-low of 5.3%, official figures show.
Television presenter Alex Jones is honoured for her contribution to Welsh culture.
An exam board almost failed to issue its GCSE and A-level results on time last summer, the exams watchdog reveals.
Doctors in Ghana stop providing emergency services as they continue their strike over better allowances and free training.
The refugee crisis on three Greek islands near Turkey is "total chaos", the UN refugee agency UNHCR says.
A doctor who assessed the Glasgow bin lorry crash driver for his licence renewal says she would not have passed him fit to drive if she knew he fainted the previous year.
Samsung, LG and Google pledge to provide monthly security updates for smartphones running the Android operating system.
Manchester United will play Belgium's Club Brugge in their Champions League play-off, while Celtic face Swedish side Malmo.
Niloy Neel, a Bangladeshi blogger known for his atheist views, is hacked to death in Dhaka - the fourth blogger to be murdered in recent months.
Supporters of the closed charity Kids Company march in London, as the prime minister says the government was right to give the charity one more chance.
A Japanese court has ruled against a man hoping to claim compensation over lost bitcoins, saying the virtual currency can't be owned.
Gunmen on motorbikes have attacked at least two hotels in the central Malian town of Sevare, witnesses tell the BBC.
UKIP has no "long-term future" and will remain a protest group, the man who masterminded the Conservatives' general election victory claims.
More than 300,000 homes in Lancashire will have to boil water for at least a week because of a microscopic parasite found at a water treatment plant, United Utilities say.