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Music festival opens its doors for another year
After successfully challenging the tech giant over not paying artists' royalties Taylor Swift says she will appear on Apple's streaming service.
David Cameron has accepted it may not be possible to change the EU's treaties before the UK's in/out referendum on the EU, the BBC understands.
European Parliament President Martin Schulz holds a news conference as EU leaders meet for a two-day summit in Brussels.
A man who repeatedly stabbed his neighbour after subjecting her to a campaign of harassment is convicted of murder.
A fully flexible, almost skin-like colour display is developed by a team in Florida - paving the way for clothes that can instantly change colour.
Rwanda's intelligence chief Karenzi Karake is released on bail of £1m ($1.6m) in London after his arrest on Saturday.
Saved by the Bell actor Dustin Diamond is sentenced to four months in jail for a bar fight during which a man was stabbed.
The saga behind the closing and reopening of Save the Children's offices shows a deeper feeling of distrust in Pakistan, reports the BBC's M Ilyas Khan.
Bernie Ecclestone should step down as Formula 1 supremo so somebody "radical" can take over, says Eddie Jordan.
England were right to leave out key men for the U21 European Championship, says the FA's director of elite development.
A security company finds a large number of emails and passwords from government agencies accessible on the public web.
EU leaders are holding urgent talks on the Mediterranean migrant crisis, with summit chairman Donald Tusk calling for burden-sharing.
"Congress passed the Affordable Care act to improve health insurance markets, not to destroy them," Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the opinion.
Actors used to test people's response to apparent discrimination.
A hedgehog is rescued by firefighters after becoming firmly wedged in railings.
Louisiana Republican Governor Bobby Jindal's US presidential campaign launch becomes the subject of online mockery.
A man is found of guilty of attempted murder after attacking a trainee dentist with a machete and a hammer in a Mold supermarket.
Everton agree a deal to sign Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu on a three-year deal for a fee of £4.3m.
A strain of genetically modified wheat developed in the UK has failed to repel pests as intended in field trials.