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A Sierra Leonean sprinter who went missing after competing at Glasgow's Commonwealth Games and later applied to stay in the UK is told his application has been refused.
Which celebrity is more dangerous to search for than Cheryl?
Australian actor Hugh Jackson talks about the upcoming England v Australia rugby World Cup game.
Author Patrick Ness is writing a new Doctor Who spin-off series aimed at young adults, to be broadcast on BBC Three next year.
A series of emergency calls has been made public, showing how events unfolded at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, in which at least 13 people were shot dead.
Wales captain Sam Warburton says the 23-13 World Cup win over Fiji was one of the hardest games of his career.
Autonomy's founder Mike Lynch hits back at Hewlett-Packard with a $150m counter-claim in their long-running legal dispute.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho should have apologised to ex-club doctor Eva Carneiro, says FA chairman Greg Dyke.
Pluto's major moon, Charon, takes centre stage in this week's release of new pictures from the New Horizons mission.
The Russian intervention in Syria is a game-changer which opens a new chapter in the ever-escalating Syrian saga and lifts it to a yet higher level of crisis, the BBC's Jim Muir reports.
As England prepares to introduce a charge for plastic bags - long after many other countries - David Shukman catches up on the latest research into plastic in the oceans.
A woman in the US has been reunited with a nurse who cared for her as a baby, after launching a social media campaign to find her.
A new app that promises to let users review individuals causes controversy before it even launches.
The European Commission says it will follow up evidence that Samsung and another TV-maker use software that alters their screens' power use during tests.
Friends star David Schwimmer to star in new Channel 4 comedy series.
New consumer protection measures - including longer refund rights - have come into force under the Consumer Rights Act.
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
BBC Sport assesses the top two as Chelsea and Manchester City vie for the Women's Super League One title on Sunday.
Confidence among UK manufacturers is 'low', and export growth is falling away according to the British Chambers of Commerce.
Australia make 14 changes to the team that beat Uruguay for Saturday's crucial World Cup match against England.