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Fraudster Shaun Greenhalgh returns to Bolton Museum which paid £440,000 for one of his fake statues.
Vicky Murphy was 35 weeks pregnant when she and husband Marc were washed against cliffs in Cornwall.
The earthquake, registered at 5.1 magnitude, knocked out telecoms and power in parts of the Greek capital.
In his first interview, YouTube's UK managing director defends the platform's algorithms.
Russia's sports ministry refuses to include cricket on its register of officially recognised sports following England's World Cup win.
Samson D'Souza was found guilty of "culpable homicide not amounting to murder" by an Indian court.
Antonio Conte says Romelu Lukaku would improve Inter Milan, but admits a deal for the Man Utd striker could be difficult.
The supreme court says peacekeeping soldiers from the Netherlands are partly to blame for 350 killings.
A study suggests the butts make up the most pervasive form of plastic pollution on the planet.
Thirteen-year-old Lucy McHugh had "unknown promise, cruelly obliterated", the judge said.
Shinji Aoba is suspected of deliberately starting the fire, and is in police custody at hospital.
Australia's Ellyse Perry completes her superb century thanks to some shambolic fielding by England in the decisive Women's Ashes Test at Taunton.
With a shortage of social housing in London, many homeless families are being offered homes hundreds of miles away.
Sammy the wrinkly reptile watched his owners celebrate their special day from a custom-made shed.
Two BBC presenters put Impossible Foods' meat-free burger to the taste test. How does it shape up?
The star surprises fans with a trailer, plus the latest from Comic-Con on Terminator and Star Wars.
The star champions African musicians and rhythms on her 14-track companion piece to the Disney film.
Brazilian Instagram star Lucas Albert says his "revenge" video watched by millions was not real.
The reviews are in for the trailer of the big-screen musical adaptation and they're far from purr-fect.
Shows like Love Island, Gavin & Stacey and Broadchurch will be on the BBC and ITV's streaming service.