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Watch Italy's Lorenzo Sonego and France's Hugo Gaston demonstrate brilliant skill with back-to-back hot dogs during a rally at Wimbledon.
A dog walker stumbles over one of the world's largest jellyfish species on a beach in Merseyside.
Dr Joselyn Sellen says hearing what happened to Logan Mwangi left her "completely traumatised".
Boris Johnson says it will hit 2.5% of GDP by 2030, after the defence secretary called for change.
Some forces are not handling abuse allegations made against their own officers and staff properly, a review finds.
Shaun Pinner and Aiden Aslin were sentenced by a Russian proxy court in eastern Ukraine earlier this month.
Jason Penrose sent The Crown star more than 1,000 emails in a month, a court hears.
The deaths of 27 people in November was one of the deadliest incidents in the English Channel.
Russia's president says it would be "disgusting" to see leaders who mocked his macho image strip off.
More than 500 sub-postmasters are to get an interim payment from the government worth around £40,000 each.
The Royal Family has opened its books to show how the Queen spent her money last year.
Julie Burdett was found emaciated and covered in her own faeces, urine and vomit, a court hears.
Russia claims it is a gesture of goodwill, but the withdrawal from a Black Sea rock is a big defeat.
People should look out for unusual rashes, fevers and swollen glands, London's public-health director says.
Several of the disgraced singer's victims address him directly in court during his sentencing.
The move to Western equipment is increasingly important as Ukraine runs low on Soviet-era arms.
In El Salvador, a country with some of the world's harshest laws criminalising abortion, around 180 women have been prosecuted or jailed after losing their babies in pregnancy complications.
Natalie McGarry sentenced to two years for taking cash from the SNP and a pro-independence group.
Angel Maxine, Ghana's first openly transgender musician, talks about the journey to becoming herself.