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Golf's ruling bodies announce that anchoring of putters will be banned from competition from January 2016.
A man has died of the novel coronavirus (NCoV) in Tunisia, in what is believed to be the first such case in Africa.
The head of the NHS in England Sir David Nicholson is stepping down from the post next year.
The government squandered taxpayers' money on a drug to treat flu, a public spending watchdog says.
The brother of South African athletics star Oscar Pistorius, Carl, is acquitted of culpable homicide over the death of a motorcyclist in 2008.
The head of the European Commission tells the European Parliament he will argue for EU-wide exchange of income data to battle tax evasion.
The family of a woman murdered by her ex-partner call for a public inquiry into how complaints of domestic violence are handled by police.
A photograph of Coventry's Ricoh Arena seemingly on fire sparks alarm on social media that the stadium was burning down.
Prince Charles and Prince William have called for global action to save wild animals from poachers.
The Professional Footballers' Association says it is looking into Sunderland's disciplinary measures against several players.
The pound falls after lower fuel prices lead to a lower-than-expected inflation rate of 2.4% for April.
The shared A-level and GCSE system for England, Wales and Northern Ireland should no longer be continued, says Education Secretary Michael Gove.
The relationship between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia remains tense as both players refuse to end their spat.
The UK's inflation rate fell to 2.4% in April, according to the Office for National Statistics, down from 2.8% in March.
Film star Michael Douglas breaks down in tears at a press conference in Cannes while discussing his role as flamboyant pianist Liberace.
The family of Maria Stubbings, who was murdered by her ex-partner, is calling for a public inquiry into how complaints of domestic violence are handled by police.
Apple is accused of being "among America's largest tax avoiders" by senators, who say the company avoided paying billions of dollars in taxes.
Yahoo revamps its Flickr photo-sharing service, offering users up to 1TB of storage if they accept adverts.
Europe captain Paul McGinley will have three wildcard picks for next year's Ryder Cup against USA at Gleneagles.
Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove says its time for England, Wales and Northern Ireland to go their separate ways on GCSEs and A-levels.
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