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Remco Evenepoel has crashed and fallen several metres off a bridge during the Il Lombardia race.
Radio 3 star Clemency Burton-Hill says music helped her "to live" after she underwent emergency surgery.
Watch the best shots as Ronnie O'Sullivan takes a 6-2 lead against Kyren Wilson at the World Snooker Championship final.
Ronnie O'Sullivan opens up a 6-2 lead over Kyren Wilson after a turgid opening session of the World Championship final in Sheffield.
India great and World Cup-winning captain MS Dhoni retires after a 16-year international career.
India's most successful captain and one of the all-time greats had a profound impact on the sport.
Lewis Hamilton takes pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix, with Red Bull's Max Verstappen third.
The policy was introduced after a national campaign against food waste was launched.
Nina Bunting-Mitcham was rejected by her chosen university after her A-level results were downgraded.
More bad weather delays the start of the third day of the second Test between England and Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl.
The Prince of Wales and others attended a service of remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
A husband leapt on to the shark as it attacked his wife off Port Macquarie, New South Wales.
The leaders of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia urge Belarus to re-run its disputed presidential vote.
Two men from Burma were convicted of murdering backpackers David Miller and Hannah Witheridge.
The man was removed from his vehicle by firefighters after the incident in Johnstone, Renfrewshire.
Holidaymakers had just hours to return to the UK to avoid the 14-day self-isolation requirement.
The BBC speaks to some of those arrested and detained during anti-government protests in Belarus.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak on Saturday.
Sir Chris Hoy quizzes British cyclist Joe Truman on his Japanese language skills as the Olympic track hopeful spends time at a keirin school 200km from Tokyo.
Manchester City academy players Will and Charlie meet Bobby Brown, a former goalkeeper and Scotland manager who recalls how his life and career were changed by World War Two.