Running with the man who is doing 401 marathons in 13 months

Ben Smith has been running hundreds of marathons to raise money for anti-bullying charities. Source: BBC

Maria Sharapova appeal: ITF warns players over claiming ignorance

The ITF says players will not be able to plead ignorance over substances added to the banned list following Maria Sharapova's appeal. Source: BBC

Debut writer KJ Orr beats Hilary Mantel to short story prize

Debut author KJ Orr wins the BBC national short story award, beating the likes of double Booker winner, Hilary Mantel. Source: BBC

Permanently excluded?

As new figures show the number of school pupils in England being expelled is on the up, Newsbeat looks at what to do if it happens to you. Source: BBC

Noisy Thimbleby peacock Pat thought to have been shot

A peacock that vanished from a village after online complaints about it being too noisy is thought to have been shot. Source: BBC

Yahoo ‘secretly scanned emails for US authorities’

Yahoo secretly scanned millions of its users' email accounts on behalf of the US government, according to a report by Reuters news agency. Source: BBC

Hurricane Matthew: Flash-flooding in Haiti

The BBC's Nick Bryant reports from Haiti as Hurricane Matthew hits. Source: BBC

Sparta Prague: Players to train with women’s team after ‘sexist’ comments

Two Sparta Prague players are told to train with the women's team after making "unacceptable" comments about a female match official. Source: BBC

Syria conflict: Russia sends missile system to Tartus base

Russia sends an S-300 air defence missile system to its naval base in the Syrian port of Tartus, amid growing tension with the US over the conflict. Source: BBC

Why cod could have regional accents

Regional dialects could affect the way they mate. Source: BBC

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