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The new England kit is revealed and is set to be worn for the first time in a friendly against the Republic of Ireland.
Radical cleric Abu Qatada is refused bail by an immigration tribunal in his latest bid for freedom.
Yahoo agrees a deal to buy New York-based blogging service Tumblr for $1.1bn (£725m), promising that it will operate independently.
Police search the Commons office of Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans in relation to a "serious arrestable offence".
A pioneering programme to test cancer patients for nearly 100 risk genes is to start in London and could represent the future of treatment in the NHS.
Eight members of a Liverpool-based drugs gang are jailed for supplying tens of millions of pounds worth of cocaine and heroin to Glasgow.
Hearts avoid immediate relegation as the SPL decides it could not say their parent company had breached its rules.
The Royal Navy's former flagship, the Ark Royal, leaves its home port of Portsmouth for the final time, bound for a scrap yard in Turkey.
The Godolphin doping scandal widens as seven more horses, including St Leger winner Encke, fail new drugs tests.
Heavy fighting takes place between government and rebel forces in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where the UN is deploying an attack force.
A heavily pregnant British woman is refused permission to board a cross-Channel ferry from France to England.
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People living near a new takeaway complain "Colonel Sanders" is watching them from an oversized advertising sign.
The father of former England footballers Gary and Phil Neville is charged with sexual assault.
US drugs maker Actavis, itself the subject of bid speculation, agrees to buy Dublin-based rival Warner Chilcott for $8.5bn (£5.6bn) including debt.
An Israeli government investigation concludes a French news report in 2000, which blamed Israeli troops for shooting dead a Palestinian child, was baseless.
An Anglican priest who abused children in the 1960s and 70s is found guilty of 36 separate sex offences.
Russia's only independent polling agency says it may have to close after being targeted by prosecutors under the controversial "foreign agents" law.
A small Florida city waits for the winner of the largest lottery jackpot in US history, more than $590m (£388m), to come forward.
At least one person has died and several others were injured in a series of tornadoes that have torn through the US state of Oklahoma.