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SpaceX has unveiled a new spacecraft which it says will be able to take-off and land anywhere on Earth.
Former Prime Minister Sir John Major says he believes David Cameron will succeed in his negotiations with the European Union.
Spain says it has arrested six men in its north African enclave of Melilla on suspicion of recruiting militants to fight in Libya and Mali.
Climbers have broken two records at once on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia.
Manchester United are to resume talks with Southampton over the transfer of Luke Shaw, reports BBC Radio Solent.
Three of the four women who claim they were sexually harassed by Lib Dem peer Lord Rennard say he should be expelled from the party.
Could Philippines be next tech tiger?
BBC Radio 2's 500 Words competition challenges children 13 and under to create an entire story in just a few paragraphs. We go behind the scenes as the judges tussle it out to find the winners.
A Ukrainian TV prankster who allegedly hit Brad Pitt at a red carpet film premiere is handed a restraining order against the star.