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Doctors began removing Vincent Lambert's life support after an earlier ruling, but must now resume it.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says he knew his time at Manchester City was over when he scored the winner against Leicester City.
The activists had hoped to stay in the boxes which were blocking entrances to BP's head office for several days.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the US president should try showing Iranians some respect.
A top chef has offered a homeless man a job - but how does someone manage work when they've no home?
Marine biologist and diver David Ainsley is concerned about the effect fish farms have on marine life.
British Swimming responds to claims from Tom Daley's husband, Dustin Lance Black, that the organisation has created a "toxic environment" for families.
Craig Brown says his latest successor as Scotland head coach Steve Clarke will bring a "togetherness" to the national set-up.
Students were "tricked" into thinking they would be sitting a SATs test, but spent the day on rides.
Watch dancing goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne put off Perth Glory's penalty takers as Sydney FC won the A-League Grand Final.
England coach Trevor Bayliss says spinner Liam Dawson is still in contention to be named in England's World Cup squad despite not playing in the series against Pakistan.
Police are investigating the messages while an MP calls for a protest exclusion zone "to protect children".
An off-duty medic begged staff to unlock the door so he could help victims of the London Bridge attack.
Brighton appoint Englishman Graham Potter as their new manager on a four-year deal as he leaves Swansea.
Seemingly unwanted at Real Madrid, could a move to Manchester United or back to Tottenham be on the cards for Wales international Gareth Bale?
A Twitter thread on "having a PhD whilst female" inspires stories of having work expertise accepted.
The NCA says the threat from criminal gangs is "staggering" and more money is needed to tackle the issue.
BBC Brussels correspondent Adam Fleming reminds us what we are actually voting on in the EU Elections
The debate has opened after an Indian student was arrested for working to support his studies in Canada.
EU officials say Russian disinformation could help boost the vote for anti-EU parties. Is the threat being exaggerated?
Hailey wanted to travel the world as a doctor, until a mystery condition left her shaking uncontrollably.
Visual artist Ruth Sutoye explores the experiences of bald black women – sexual harassment was a clear theme.
Two friends set up a "girl group" to save women from "toxic friendships" and loneliness in Middlesbrough.
Europe is preparing for a key test of democracy with elections to the European parliament later this week.