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There are 83 potential suspects and 98 clubs involved in the inquiry into child abuse in football, police say.
More than 1,000 Russian athletes were involved in a state-sponsored doping programme for four years from 2011, a new report claims.
A mother who tried to protect her sons during a fatal dog attack is praised for her heroic actions.
Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders is convicted in hate speech trial but no penalty is imposed.
Families bereaved by the Glasgow bin lorry crash are told they cannot launch a private prosecution.
A dispute has broken out over who should hold the reins of power in Momentum.
David Cameron defends calling the EU referendum, saying the issue had been "poisoning" UK politics.
Hundreds of Aleppo men are reported "missing" after leaving rebel areas, the UN says.
The impeachment of President Park Geun-hye could end a long but sometimes tragic life in politics.
MP Michelle Thomson, who revealed in the House of Commons that she was raped at the age of 14, has explained why she decided to speak out.
The number of people falling ill with the vomiting bug norovirus in England this winter is at higher than average levels.
Boris Johnson begins a tour of the Middle East amid a row over comments he made about Saudi Arabia.
Private schools are planning to offer thousands of free places to lower-income pupils.
Populist leader Geert Wilders is leading opinion polls, but will Dutch voters back him in March elections?
Tory Caroline Johnson wins the Sleaford by-election, with Labour in fourth behind UKIP and the Lib Dems.
Kansas City Chiefs' Tyreek Hill scores a 78-yard punt return during their 21-13 win against Oakland Raiders.
Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara's unbroken stand of 107 helps India reach 146-1, trailing England by 254 on day two of the fourth Test in Mumbai.
Len Goodman says he often fails to recognise the celebrities in the Strictly Come Dancing line-up.
South Korea's parliament impeaches President Park Geun-hye who steps down amid a corruption scandal.
The money generated by councils in England from parking operations has risen by 9% in a year, research finds.