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Winx secures her 26th win in a row to set a new record for the most consecutive victories in Australian racing.
A Yazidi teenager sold into slavery by IS tells of her horror at meeting her captor in a German street.
Drag World brings some of the biggest performers in the world, and their hectic schedules, to the UK.
Is the co-leader of the Green Party right to say that rooms per person are at the highest we've seen in our lives?
An artist in India is challenging sexist drawings of women in comic books, by reimaging male heroes.
Ex-Met terror chief Mark Rowley warns "aggressive intolerance" is finding its way into mainstream political debate.
England's Ben Stokes is "desperate to get out there" in the third Test against India, which starts on Saturday, after being cleared of affray, says Joe Root.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Blaise Matuidi, Leonardo Bonucci and Emre Can all sing their hearts out when performing initiation songs for new club Juventus.
Birmingham City fail to find a way past Swansea City despite dominating their Championship encounter.
Watch umpire Neil Bainton take a comedic fall during the T20 Blast match between Yorkshire and Notts.
Living on Mars time, landing nightmares and sometimes spreadsheets... a day in the life of a Nasa engineer.
Both religious and politically conservative parents are pursuing other education options amid culture clashes.
England women reach the Under-20 World Cup semi-finals for the first time by beating the Netherlands 2-1.
Jang Yun-hwa is one of a rising number of South Korean women choosing not to marry, have children, or even have relationships with men.
Police make an arrest over a fatal hit-and-run after a Reddit sleuth identifies an obscure car part.
Many landlords in Nigeria suspect single women of being prostitutes, making it difficult for them to rent.