A 15-storey building has been demolished in Dallas, Texas to make way for the building of a new shopping centre.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel sets the pace on the first day of testing as Mercedes impress but McLaren-Honda struggle.
Arsenal move up to fifth in the Premier League courtesy of an emphatic victory over struggling Aston Villa.
Andy Murray needs "a good, hard look in the mirror" after his Australian Open final defeat, says former finalist Pat Cash.
All children in England will be expected to know up to their 12 times table when they leave primary school under plans announced by the education secretary.
British number one Andy Murray is beaten in four sets as Novak Djokovic wins a fifth Australian Open title.
A bomb explodes on a bus in Syria's capital Damascus, killing at least four people and injuring dozens more, activists and media reports say.
Pro-democracy protesters return to Hong Kong's streets for the first time since mass demonstrations last year, but their numbers are far lower.
Jordan vows to do all it can to secure the release of a pilot captured by IS, after a video appears to show the beheading of a Japanese hostage.
Rory McIlroy earns a three-shot victory at the Dubai Desert Classic as he is not seriously challenged on the final day.
A three-year-old US boy shoots and injures his mother and father with the same bullet after pulling a gun from her handbag in a New Mexico motel.
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John Sudworth joins pro-democracy protesters as they return to the streets of Hong Kong for the first time since the mass Occupy demonstrations ended last year.
England crumble to a 112-run tri-series final defeat in Perth, their last competitive match before the World Cup.
Rosberg eyes Mercedes domination, Williams wants more, Toro Rosso anticipate Renault progress, plus more.
Japan reacts with anger as a video is released online appearing to show the murder of hostage Kenji Goto by an Islamic State militant.
Australian PM Tony Abbott vows he will learn the lessons of an election rout in Queensland but insists government is not a "popularity contest".
A British woman, sentenced to death for drug smuggling in Bali, has written to the UK government asking for legal help or funding for an appeal.
Two pilots in a helium balloon complete their Pacific crossing with a sea-landing off Mexico, setting two new milestones on a six-day trip.
World champion Lewis Hamilton says he knows his "worth" as he prepares for contract talks with Mercedes.