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EU on right path? Tweet questions to Europe editor Gavin Hewitt
Broadchurch was the biggest winner of the night
Ballygowan motorcycle racer Michael Pearson suffers serious injuries in a crash at the Horice road races in the Czech Republic.
Premier League chief Richard Scudamore has been engulfed by a sexism scandal and now his closest allies will decide his fate.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has blamed tiredness for comments he made during a bad-tempered interview about Romanian immigrants.
Why do inmates abscond despite the threat of longer sentences?
Those planning their retirement should try and plan for an income of at least £15,000 a year, according to an industry report.
Joko Widodo, the frontrunner in Indonesia's presidential election chooses a former vice-president, Jusuf Kalla, as his running mate.
Nathan Cleverly says he could fight Tony Bellew in November if both boxers come through their next fights in July.
Victoria Azarenka, the world number five, will miss this month's French Open as she recovers from a foot injury.
X-Men star Patrick Stewart has revealed fellow actor Hugh Jackman received the most star treatment on set.
Cardiff University is set to discuss plans for a new chancellor weeks after comedian Griff Rhys Jones's appointment was embarrassingly stalled at the last minute.
A Labour MP demands that at least one council should be prosecuted for failing to visit voters' homes when it updates the electoral register.
Inside pro-Russia militia training camp in east Ukraine
Serbia and Bosnia call for international help to rescue people from inundated areas after the worst flooding since modern records began.
Up to 190 engineering jobs are to be created in Wales by BT as part of a recruitment drive across the UK to support the rollout of high-speed broadband.
Transport Minister Danny Kennedy confirms £20m will be spent on new buses for the Belfast Rapid Transit (BRT) system.
Three-time F1 world champion Sir Jack Brabham - who famously won the title in a car he built himself - dies aged 88.
BBC Sport looks back at the genesis of the World Cup.
South Korea plans to break up its coastguard in the wake of the ferry disaster in which more than 300 people died, says President Park Geun-hye.