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The Sheffield Hallam Labour MP is "deeply ashamed" of the remarks he made in 2004.
Emile Cilliers asked his lover to clean in the nude while his wife was in hospital, court hears.
A top Russian broadcaster is seriously ill in hospital after a man stabbed her in the neck at work.
Margaret had always lived with her son. He used to be her carer – then their roles reversed.
The doctor of the two girls says medics in Gaza cannot deal with the pair and they must leave.
Police warn residents to be on high alert after three people were shot dead within 10 days.
Police believe the Pagani Zonda had been in a convoy of supercars when it hit a crash barrier.
The race had an unexpected winner after a motorcycle escort led the lead group off route.
The play celebrates the life of Manchester Arena bomb victim Martyn Hett.
Bangkok Sports Club beat Satri Angthong 20-19 in a dramatic penalty shootout that culminated in one of the most astonishingly lucky penalties ever scored.
Nyan htoo, whose tongue was so large that it dragged on the ground, is "recovering well" after the operation.
The Towie star says she feels OK after falling through a trapdoor at the Radio 1 Teen Awards.
An economics student in her final year died after being bitten by a serpent last week.
Curiosity got the better of Billy the terrier, whose head became lodged when he peered through a wall.
The widow of US soldier Sgt. La David Johnson confirms a Facebook comment posted in her name is fake
In the run-up to the Day of the Dead, Mexicans parade through their capital dressed as skeletons.
How an amendment drafted to secure the order of presidential succession could be used to strip the president of his powers – and what it would take to make that happen.
CEO Secrets: What a professional business advisor learnt from running his own firm.
The surgeon is able to communicate with colleagues in the US and India during the operation.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Readers share their experiences of what it is like to be asexual in a sexualised society.
One of the Chibok girls freed in May tells how a diary was kept of some of their three years in captivity in Nigeria.
Colin Campbell was scheduled to die on 15 June 2017. But a last-minute friendship halted his plans.
After being driven out of Raqqa, there are concerns jihadists could return home to carry out attacks.
Data show the top leader has overseen a clear-out of officials not witnessed since the days of Mao.
What does the state of the Palace of Westminster tell us about our politics?
The father of double-entry bookkeeping wrote the definitive guide in 1494.
On just one night a year Faroese men can hunt gannet chicks, considered a delicacy. It involves a dangerous climb down steep cliffs.
Former Everton winger Pat Nevin explains why he believes Ronald Koeman was sacked by the club.
Everton sack manager Ronald Koeman after a 5-2 home defeat by Arsenal puts them into the Premier League relegation zone.
World number one Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki both claim impressive wins in their opening matches at the WTA Finals in Singapore.
England trio Dylan Hartley, Nathan Hughes and Joe Marler all face disciplinary action just weeks before the Autumn internationals.
Are female athletes competing on a level playing field with their male counterparts?
In the ranking of the 100 highest-paid athletes, there is just one woman - tennis star Serena Williams.
Nora Ronai says she has faced sexism in her life, but it has not prevented her achieving her goals.
The eight-year study finds infant sea creatures will be especially harmed by more acidic oceans.
Flying insects have declined by more than 75% in 30 years in German nature reserves, alarming ecologists.
Animals were transported from as far away as the north east of Scotland to the Neolithic site in Wiltshire.
A shocking image of a dehorned black rhino makes Brent Stirton Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
New research casts doubt on the idea that dogs are naturally more tolerant and friendly than wolves.
World Land Speed record holder Andy Green describes the sensation of starting up the Bloodhound supersonic car for the first time.
Only two chicks survived in a colony of 36,000 in a "catastrophic" breeding season in east Antarctica.
What will it take to build the ultra-fast internet of the future?
A year in school adds nearly a year to your life, study in Edinburgh shows.
Sentinel-5P lifts off from Russia to make 20 million daily observations of pollution across the globe.
Rising global emissions of some chemicals could slow the progress made in healing the ozone layer.
An Antarctic ice shelf is shown to have a deep gorge cut in its underside by warm ocean water.
A house-sized asteroid passes close to Earth, allowing scientists to rehearse future strike threats.
Past mass extinctions have the potential to guide modern conservation efforts, say scientists.
Black carbon trapped in the feathers of songbirds gives new insight into historic US air quality.
Key modifications for flight happened as early as 120 million years ago, a fossil discovery suggests.
UK scientists will take a ship to explore waters exposed by a huge new iceberg in the Antarctic.
The sighting in North Ronaldsay is believed to be the first time an adult male Siberian blue robin has been seen in the UK.
Teams from around the world are competing on solar cars in an epic transcontinental race.
Conservation groups welcome government proposals for a full-scale ban on sales and exports.
A new study finds traces of neonicotinoid chemicals in 75% of honey samples from across the world.
The US vice-president expresses the intention for America to send humans back to the lunar surface.
Vets in Colombia are nursing a tiny spider monkey back to health.
Scientists convert the gravitational wave signal from merging neutron stars into sound.
Researchers investigate how dogs change their expressions in response to their owners.
The Saetereng family are trying to live a sustainable lifestyle in Akkarfjord, northern Norway.
The ‘Seabin’ can collect the equivalent of around 83,000 plastic bags a year.
The remains of a passenger liner torpedoed by a U-boat just hours into the war may have been found.
Weather scientists first mistook the radar pattern to be birds, and turned to social media for help.
For the Soviet Union, the launch of the satellite was a triumph not just for science. but socialism.
British scientists played a key role in developing radar, which has helped deliver safer skies.
A major citizen science project will spread virtual flu with the aim of understanding how to stop the real thing.
The fast-growing US solar industry is at odds with itself - and the decision may be left to Trump.
Evolutionary biologist Matthew Cobb unpicks a lecture that, sixty years ago, set the course for the genetic revolution.
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