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Tennis doubles No. 1 Sania Mirza is one of India's highest earning athletes.
Western Australia police arrest a naked man accused of rifling through a car and stealing a hamburger.
A terminally ill teenage boy from Pakistan has been flown to the UK to fulfil his dying wish to meet the Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai.
A woman's life in the IS capital of Syria
Why so many European universities are joining forces
US officials release dashboard camera video showing a white policeman shooting a black teenager last year in Chicago as a murder charge is brought.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho and Diego Costa had "a few kisses and cuddles" after an argument during the win at Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Inventing technology to help conservation
Wholesale outlet Costco is the latest retailer to be linked to an outbreak of E .coli, says the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
BBC Newsnight's Stephen Smith speaks to director Steven Spielberg about his new Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies, the power of TV, and the trickiest actor he has ever worked with.
The Amazon.com entrepreneur Jeff Bezos has claimed success on the second flight of his New Shepard spaceship.
Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez both score twice as Barcelona beat Italian side Roma 6-1 in the Champions League.
A police officer is charged with murder for the death of a teenager who was shot in Chicago. A prosecutor has set out what happened.
Canada is resettling 25,000 Syrian refugees by end of February 2016, the newly elected Liberal government says.
Arsenal brush aside Dinamo Zagreb to keep alive their hopes of making the last 16 of the Champions League.
Physicists discover a striking sequence of shifting shapes that is formed as the fluid we sneeze breaks up into droplets.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the downing of a Russian warplane is ''fully in line with Turkey's rules of engagement''.
One of Africa's foremost fashion shows, the Fima festival in Niger, is called off by authorities amid security fears, the organiser says.
Three clubs have more players on Uefa's 40-man shortlist for its team of the year than the entire Premier League combined.
Portuguese President Anibal Cavaco Silva has gives Socialist leader Antonio Costa the chance to form a government, heading a coalition that includes far-left parties.