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Ding Junhui leads reigning champion Mark Selby 5-3 after an intriguing start to their World Championship semi-final.
A tip-off led to the discovery of 11 undocumented prisoners in a room hidden behind a bookcase.
An arrest warrant's out for a man who dropped a bag of drugs during a court appearance in Ohio.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes will not impose team orders as a matter of course, but are aware they may be necessary this year.
The UK Government has lost a court bid to delay publication of its air pollution strategy.
Congress is set to vote on a short-term spending bill to avert a government shutdown for one week.
Boris Johnson has called Jeremy Corbyn a mugwump, but what does that even mean?
All 78 personnel aboard the Black Sea Fleet ship were rescued, the Turkish coastal authority says.
Armed officers detain a man near Parliament, with a witness saying he saw two knives on the ground.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says Joey Barton's 18-month ban for breaching Football Association betting rules is "harsh".
The European Parliament alleges fraud by the French presidential candidate's nationalists.
Plans for a transparent 'shield' device has been criticised by Haas driver Kevin Magnussen, who says it could make racing dangerous in wet conditions.
Welsh police plan to use facial recognition on fans at the Champions League final.
The former vice-president was speaking at a college campus event against sexual assault.
The death of Simon the giant rabbit has inspired people to share their experiences of pets on planes.
The Songs of Praise presenter said her career had suffered after she was wrongly accused of harassment.
The total number of recorded crimes in England and Wales rose by 9% in 2016, figures show.
Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko put on an open workout session for crowds at Wembley Arena, ahead of their heavyweight title fight on Saturday, 29 April.
Find out what President Trump has said about where you live since he was inaugurated in January.
Taylor Wimpey sets aside £130m to deal with leasehold contracts described as the "PPI of house building".