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Bolt shocked by Blake's 100m win
Last updated at 03:52 GMT Usain Bolt suffered a big upset in the 100m final at the Jamaican Olympic trials when he was beaten by Yohan Blake who clocked 9.75 seconds. Blake stormed past defending Olympic champion Bolt - who ran 9.86 seconds - to set the year's fastest time and a personal best.
Euro tickets found in airport
Forgetful Irish football fan Oliver Coughlan is the target of a worldwide web hunt. He left his tickets for Ireland's three Euro 2012 matches in a Champion Sports shop in Dublin Airport. "The tickets are for Ireland's games against Croatia, Italy and Spain," said Paul O'Kane at Dublin Airport.
Dutch players complain of racism
Last updated at 06:08 GMT Netherlands' black players were allegedly subjected to racist abuse during their open training session in the Polish city of Krakow. Dutch captain Mark van Bommel branded the monkey chants as "a real disgrace". Van Bommel said: "You need to open your ears.
Mitt Romney clinches nomination
Mitt Romney has won the Republican presidential primary in Texas and the remaining delegates needed to secure the party's nomination. With 1,086 delegates, Mr Romney only needed 58 to pass the 1,144 mark for the nomination. Texas awards 152 delegates proportionally. In a statement, Mr Romney said he was "honoured" and "humbled" by the win.
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Cheap tech helps small business grow
8 March 2012 Last updated at 18:24 ET Viewpoint by David Mills Ricoh Europe Small is beautiful: David Mills of Ricoh says small companies could be ideally placed to take advantage of a rapidly changing landscape As part of our series on how small and medium-sized firms use technology - which will run throughout March - we ask experts for their views.
Life as a protesting prisoner
8 March 2012 Last updated at 01:40 ET By Mark Simpson BBC Ireland correspondent Damien McLaughlin outside Maghaberry Prison. Protesting prisoners allowed their beards to grow. Damien McLaughlin is the first dissident republican prisoner to talk publicly about the "dirty protest" taking place in Northern Ireland's largest jail.
Five interpretations of The Lorax
2 March 2012 Last updated at 20:16 ET By Daniel Nasaw and Kate Dailey BBC News Magazine, Washington Seuss's original Lorax (right) is much sparser than the Universal Studios one It's more than 40 years since Dr Seuss first published The Lorax, his classic tale of needless consumerism and environmental ruin.
Nobody's Fault But Mine!
This charismatic kilt-wearer gave quite an enigmatic reason for choosing this SOTM, mentioning something about “starlight voice singing”. Personally I think there’s a bit of Led Zeppelin referencing going on, but judge for yourselves. Taken at Liberties in Camden, London.
What films does Oscar like best?
21 February 2012 Last updated at 12:19 ET With the 84th Academy Awards almost upon us, the battle is on for the most prestigious of all the Oscars - the best picture prize. Are some types of film more likely to win than others?
Someone Once Told Me - Adult - 25022012
Someone Once Told Me is a photography website which shows daily pictures of people holding a sheet of paper, on which they have written something they have previously been told.
BBC World Service - 80 years of international broadcasting
The BBC's Empire Service launched in December 1932, helped by new short-wave radio technology that allowed signals to be broadcast over vast distances. Despite gloomy predictions from the BBC's director-general John Reith - "The programmes will neither be very interesting nor very good", the broadcasts from Broadcasting House in London received praise.
Are you suffering from 'trendfear'?
30 January 2012 Last updated at 09:03 ET By Tom de Castella BBC News Magazine January is a cornucopia of technological tipping and frantic futurology, but do you ever get a nagging fear that trends are passing you by? What is Pinterest? And is it important what it is?
'Final push' on polio
19 February 2012 Last updated at 20:29 ET By Fergus Walsh BBC medical correspondent, in Delhi Hundreds of Rotary members from around the world are involved in the effort to fight polio in India One by one the young children open their mouths to receive the two drops of polio vaccine.
Haye and Chisora brawl in Munich
19 February 2012 Last updated at 01:21 GMT By Ben Dirs BBC Sport in Munich David Haye's manager Adam Booth suffered facial cuts after being caught up in a brawl between his fighter and British rival Dereck Chisora in Munich.