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The agent at the centre of English football's corruption scandal says his claim eight current and ex-Premier League bosses took bribes was a lie.
Barack Obama had to hurry up former US President Bill Clinton as the pair left Israel after attending the funeral of Shimon Peres.
The United States whitewash Europe in the opening foursomes to take a 4-0 lead on the first morning of the Ryder Cup.
A tanker carrying 450 tonnes of a chemical used in cleaning products has foundered off the coast of Japan.
Donald Trump attacks a former beauty pageant winner who criticised him for alleged sexist and misogynistic remarks as "disgusting" in a Twitter outburst.
The chief executive of one of the largest chains of schools in England says the plans for more grammars risk leaving most children behind.
As market research shows that women of all ages prefer flat shoes, it raises the question whether high heels have fallen out of fashion in favour of trainers and flats.
BT condemns "excessive" new business rates, which it says will push up the cost of broadband services.
A rescuer sobs as he pulls out alive a month-old baby girl from what is reported to be the aftermath of an airstrike in Idlib, Syria.
A man is caught on video destroying iPhones at an Apple Store in Dijon by whacking them with a heavy metal ball used for playing petanque.
Mission control in Darmstadt, Germany, react to confirmation that the Rosetta probe has ended its mission to Comet 67P by crash-landing on to the icy object's surface.
Victoria Derbyshire presenter Joanna Gosling speaks to Karl Price, a former drug user who has been saved from dying of an overdose by naloxone on three occasions.
The US is trying to "spare" a Syrian jihadist group in case it is needed to unseat President Assad, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov tells the BBC.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas shakes hands with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres.
A heroin overdose antidote kit has saved hundreds of lives since a change in UK law one year ago - but does it make heroin users feel it is safer to use the drug?
Worries over Deutsche Bank's health are dragging down its share price - and those of the rest of the world's banks in its wake. Are we on the brink of a new modern banking crisis?
Europe grapples with what to do with married child migrants - separate them from their spouses, or risk condoning child abuse?
The US trying to spare a Syrian jihadist group in case it is needed to unseat the country's president, the Russian foreign minister tells the BBC.
The hunt for missing British boy Ben Needham on farmland on the Greek island of Kos is halted because of a dispute over archaeological remains.
Visible progress is "badly needed" for the child sexual abuse inquiry in England and Wales after a number of setbacks, writes BBC home affairs correspondent Tom Symonds.