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Civil rights campaigners in the US begin a 40-day march to highlight what they say is a fresh attack on equal rights for African Americans.
The Queen shows off her best sides in a quadruple portrait produced by photographer Hugo Rittson-Thomas.
Anti-doping data, leaked to the Sunday Times and seen by the BBC, shows an "extraordinary extent of cheating" in elite athletics.
A man from Merseyside raises more than £80,000 for charity by riding the Tour de France course on a child's Raleigh Chopper bike.
Chelsea Ladies boss Emma Hayes tells BBC Sport her Women’s FA Cup-winning side were due their first piece of silverware.
Two men attending the annual Gay Pride parade in Belfast explain why they believe they should be able to get married.
Britain's Dame Sarah Storey wins her second gold at the Para-cycling Road World Championships after triumphing in the road race.
Beijing will become the first city to host a summer Olympics and a winter Games, but there are concerns over its climate.
Tom Daley qualifies for the 10m platform final at the World Aquatics Championships to secure a quota place for the Rio Olympics.
Police launch a murder investigation after confirming a man who was found unconscious on a Cardiff street has died in hospital.
Chris Evans, founder of CarFest, said the plane crash which occurred during the Cheshire festival was "a tragic accident".
British Airways announces it is to cut the hand baggage allowance for customers on its flights.
Chelsea win the first Women's FA Cup final to be played at Wembley, beating Notts County 1-0 in front of 30,710 fans.
A murder inquiry is launched following the death of a man who was found covered in blood in Greenock Cemetery.
An eyewitness has described the moment a plane "disappeared" from view before crashing at CarFest in Cheshire.
A man in East Texas is wounded after a bullet he fired at an armadillo ricocheted and hit him, the local sheriff says.
A novel entered into a National Eisteddfod competition contained graphic descriptions of child abuse, one of the judges claims.
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The Serious Fraud Office opens a criminal investigation into British company Soma Oil and Gas.
A plane that was part of a display team crashes at the CarFest motoring event in Cheshire.