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Asked what part of her life she'd enjoyed most, Kane Tanaka, 116, said: "This right now."
A 21-year-old man enters the playing area and confronts Rangers captain James Tavernier during his side's draw with Hibernian at Easter Road.
Brazilian striker Anderson Lopes celebrates a goal for Consadole Sapporo by jumping over a barrier - only to discover a steep drop.
Carmine Persico reportedly ran his criminal organisation from behind bars for decades.
Schools minister Nick Gibb MP has been challenged over education spending, after thousands of head teachers complained of shortfalls.
More than £500,000 was raised for Zac Oliver's treatment - including £50,000 from Simon Cowell.
Kate Cross bowls a magnificent final over to lead England to a thrilling one-run win over India in the third T20 in Guwahati.
Ayub Hassan, 17, died in hospital after he was found stabbed in west London on Thursday.
Increased activity seen at an assembly area follows reports the main launch site has been rebuilt.
Shamima Begum's baby died because of the "callous decision" to revoke her citizenship, Labour says.
Manuel Petrovic, 20, from Romford, is charged stabbing the 17-year-old to death in east London.
The Brexit secretary calls on the EU to agree to a "balanced solution" to the Irish backstop, as talks continue.
Power is being restored in some areas ahead of pro and anti-government events at the weekend.
Felipe was an eight-year-old who risked his life for an American dream. But what's driving young families to the US?
Funds will provide essential aid to those living in Syria and refugees in neighbouring countries.
Romance novelist Barbara Cartland sent her alternative medicine, newly released files reveal.
Eight weeks of extra proteins and minerals led to better growth in breastfed babies, a study found.
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Technology firms and social media apps should all fall under one regulatory body, Lords report says.
Thomas Marshall starred in a Panorama show for not excluding disruptive pupils at Baverstock Academy.