The widow of a pizza delivery driver killed in an attempted robbery of three pizzas screams "you're evil" at accused man.
More than 70 families are to be evicted from a housing complex to make way for homeless people in a deal described as "stinking of fish".
Louis Smith visits two mosques instead of joining his Great Britain team-mates at a celebration to honour their achievements in Rio.
A prisoner is sentenced to 14 years for battering his cellmate to death with a flat screen television in an "unprovoked and ferocious" attack.
Two people are injured when an Aston Martin crashes off an airfield runway and ends up in a field during a corporate event.
Cambridge University Football Club is recognised by the Football Hall of Fame for its role in developing the game's official rules.
AFC Wimbledon climb into the League One play-off places courtesy of victory at Peterborough.
Exeter slip into the League Two relegation zone as they are beaten 2-1 by Cambridge at St James Park.
Non-league Stamford's players hope to earn enough money from their FA Cup run to fund an end-of-season trip to the US.
Heavy clashes are reported in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo soon after a three-day ceasefire ended late on Saturday.
The US telecoms giant AT&T announces that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn), but the deal still needs regulators' approval.
More than 170 inmates have escaped from a Haitian prison in Arcahaie, 45km (30 miles) north of the capital Port-au-Prince.
Donald Trump outlines what he would do in his first 100 days if became president, including moves to start deporting up to two million people.
Turkey insists that it cannot remain idle during the fight to drive militants from so-called Islamic State from the Iraqi city of Mosul.
French police clash with migrants outside the port of Calais at the camp known as the Jungle, which is scheduled to be closed on Monday.
Hackers used internet-connected home devices, such as printers and web cameras, to attack popular websites on Friday, security analysts say.
Venezuelan government opponents marched through Caracas after officials blocked their attempts to hold a referendum.
The UK is to send about 30 soldiers to join the Nato force in Kosovo next year, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says.
Twenty-six men held hostage by Somali pirates for nearly five years have been released, international mediators say.
Google will help remove online content insulting the Thai monarchy following the death of King Bhumibol, the country's deputy PM says.
The first woman to ascend Everest, Japanese climber Junko Tabei, dies aged 77, her family say.
A deep network of underground tunnels has been uncovered at the outskirts of Mosul.
United Nations workers have spoken out against the decision to make Wonder Woman an honorary ambassador.
A trade deal between the EU and Canada is on the brink of collapse because a Belgian region with a population of just 3.6 million objects.
Michelle Obama is heading to Arizona as Democrats see the opportunity to turn the traditionally red state blue.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has launched a rare attack on Michelle Obama, saying "all she wants to do is campaign" for his rival.
Remittances could prove to be a vast resource for Nigerian businesses and government-funded projects.
Canadian scientists use drones to capture rare whale footage in the Arctic.
Bob Dylan's failure to acknowledge his Nobel Prize in literature is "impolite and arrogant", according to a member of the body that awards it.
A tiny hamster born without any fur in the US state of Oregon gets a custom-made sweater to stay warm this winter.
Sobering-up stations will be set up in 11 World Cup host cities.
Social media backlash over chef's comments forces St Petersburg restaurant to close.
Vandalised Christ statue's missing head replaced by bright orange clay version.
The Netflix drama, Narcos, about the infamous Colombian drug trafficker Pablo Escobar, cites a shocking statistic on the human cost of the drugs trade. But is it true?
Poles prepare to fight their corner to defend freedom of movement as EU countries gear up for Brexit negotiations with the UK.
Shut for more than two years because of intense fighting, the University of Benghazi in Libya opens its doors for the graduation of its students.
Guyana is battling to retain its "Cinderella county", ceded under an 1899 ruling, but could Venezuela's claims spoil the fairy tale, asks Gemma Handy.
An 1846 short story about a horrific revenge is perhaps the unlikeliest social media trend of the moment.
Security has been stepped up around the transport network in London, after a man was arrested over the discovery of a suspect device on a Tube train.
A key which opened a life jacket locker on the Titanic sells for £85,000.
Arabella, aged seven, asked her dad to plant a tree in London's Oxford Street to replace one that was vandalised.
The My Shop series visits Ziferblat in Manchester, a kind of cafe that charges you six pence a minute for the time you spend there.
Quintin Lake is walking around the entire coastline of the UK taking photographs.
Wales must "rebuild and renew" after the UK voted to leave the European Union, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood tells her party's conference.
The newspaper journalist Mazher Mahmood known as the "Fake Sheikh" has been jailed for 15 months.
Parents spend hundreds, or maybe thousands, of pounds on goods for their new born children. What is on the market, and is it worth it?
Survivors of the Aberfan mine tragedy have been taking part in memorial services to mark the 50th anniversary of the disaster which killed 116 children and 28 adults.
The aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov and other Russian naval vessels were believed to be heading to the eastern Mediterranean
GP Ellie Aston has spoken to BBC Radio 5 live about how she was stalked by one of her patients for seven years.
Ros Atkins asked leaders at the EU summit how dinner went the night before. Jean-Claude Juncker had his own question.
A woman asked people to stop booing her when she said she no longer felt welcome in the UK since the EU referendum.
A teenage refugee has thanked pop star Lily Allen and the UK after he was reunited with his father in Birmingham.
Suffolk Police has released new footage of missing RAF serviceman Corrie Mckeague as the search for the 23-year-old continues.
Fifty years after reporting on the Aberfan disaster, John Humphrys returns to the village.
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