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Connor Green, six, has beaten people three times his age in table tennis matches despite only playing for just over a year.
More adult volunteers are needed for the 35,000 young people currently waiting to join the scouting movement, which already has well over half a million members.
Brighton and Hove Albion supporters step up their campaign to tackle the issue of homophobic abuse.
Ex-foreign secretary David Miliband has resigned from the board of Sunderland football club over new manager Paolo Di Canio's "past political statements".
A day of national mourning has been declared on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, where at least 11 people have died in severe floods.
A district attorney has been shot dead in Texas, the third person connected to local justice system to be killed in recent weeks
People in Burma will have a choice of daily newspapers for the first time in 50 years from 1 April.
A police officer is suing a petrol station owner after apparently tripping on a kerb on his property when called to reports of a suspected break-in.
A London taxi driver who lived next to the Tower Bridge for 37 years got a chance to raise the bridge.
Churches across South Africa are to hold prayers for Nelson Mandela, who has been in hospital for four days being treated for pneumonia.
A Soyuz space capsule has docked at the International Space Station (ISS) after a journey of less than six hours.
More than 150 species of fish and shellfish from all over the world are sold at Billingsgate Market in London but a seal, nicknamed Sammy by porters, prefers to be fed salmon.
Actor Richard Griffiths, who starred in the Harry Potter movies and Withnail and I, has died at the age of 65 after complications following heart surgery.
Egypt has been plunged into political turmoil and frequent disturbances since the revolution that ousted President Hosni Mubarak two years ago.
Doctors have praised a new vest which enables them to treat patients more successfully by detecting heart defects.
Thought for the Day from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
Children's congenital heart surgery has been suspended at Leeds General Infirmary while an internal review is carried out.
North Korea says it has put missile units on stand-by to attack US targets in response to US stealth bomber flights over the Korean peninsula.
Millions of Americans are expected to tune in to The History Channel on Sunday for the culmination of one of the year's surprise cable TV hits: a five part dramatisation of The Bible.
Pope Francis has broken with tradition by including women in a ritual in which he washed and kissed the feet of 12 young prisoners.