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The Commonwealth Games baton returns to the British Isles starting with a two-day relay around Jersey.
At least ten Yemeni police and a civilian are killed in a suicide bomb attack on a police station in the southern city of Mukalla.
At least 36 migrants drowned when their boat sank off the Libyan coast on Tuesday, officials say, following the recovery of more bodies.
Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine hold "self-rule" referendums, as BBC correspondents observe chaotic scenes at polling stations.
Manchester City win the Premier League title as goals from Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany beat West Ham with 2-0 win at Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City are crowned Premier League champions for the second time in three years by beating West Ham on the final day.
Prime Minister David Cameron joins the "Bring Back Our Girls" campaign as he promises Britain will do what it can to help find the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls.
Actor Hugh Jackman has a second cancerous growth removed from his nose.
A row breaks out in the coalition over school places funding in England, with allies of the deputy prime minister accusing the education secretary of "lunacy".
Hundreds of people in Vietnam protest against China's role in a sea dispute - the largest recent rally of its kind in the communist country.
AC Milan players have bananas thrown at them by Atalanta fans during Sunday's Serie A game.
The Sunday Times Rich List shows the UK now has more billionaires than ever before - with a combined wealth of more than £301bn.
Lewis Hamilton takes the world championship lead from Nico Rosberg with a closely fought victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.
The authorities in Saudi Arabia advise wearing masks and gloves when handling camels to avoid spreading the Mers virus, which has killed at least 133 in the kingdom.
A veteran BBC local radio DJ loses his job after playing a song on his golden oldies show containing a racist word.
Only hours after it was supposed to come into effect, a ceasefire in South Sudan appears to be fraying.
Militants have killed 20 Iraqi soldiers in an attack on a base near the violent northern city of Mosul, officials say.
Prime Minister David Cameron says he is "upbeat, bullish and optimistic" he will succeed in renegotiating the UK's relationship with the European Union.
The boss of Barclays, Antony Jenkins, says he understands the public's concern about bankers pay but that levels of pay need to be competitive.
The chairman of Samsung Electronics is in a "stable condition" after undergoing emergency heart surgery, according to the Samsung Medical Center.