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The late Chuck Berry had many hits, but only one of them made it to number one.
The staffer was asked to leave after the US embassy refused to allow police to question him.
BBC Music reporter Mark Savage looks at the late rock 'n' roll legend's most influential songs.
Kat Parker, from Plymouth, said the damage to her hair from the cancer treatment left her feeling "unfeminine".
Andy Green tells BBC Radio 5 live his giant goldfish, "Rocky", is "not just fat" but the largest in the UK.
The marine engineer has been turned down more than 40 times and went to court to change his name.
Vibrations allow deaf children in the Dominican Republic to "hear" whale song.
One of the UK's top film producers says cinema is being "squeezed" by big-budget TV dramas like The Crown.
The woman who dated the Man on the Moor, and other stories you may have missed in the past seven days.
In the days when darts players chain-smoked and drank pints of lager between trips to the oche, Jocky Wilson was one of Scotland's most unlikely sporting heroes.
The Afghan capital was rocked by a brutal militant attack last week on the city's military hospital.
Where are England's steepest streets? BBC News asked readers which hills fill them with horror.
What happens when your name is perfectly reasonable in your home country, but raises a sympathetic smile when you're abroad?
The singer died in his home state of Missouri on Saturday, police confirm.
Sir Mo Farah and Kadeena Cox win sportsman and sportswoman of the year at the 2017 British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards.
Musician whose guitar licks helped lay the foundations of rock music.
A man is shot dead trying to grab a soldier's gun in the terminal, sparking an anti-terror inquiry.
A schoolgirl who escaped abduction by Boko Haram calls for the rescue of classmates still in captivity.
Immigration is a key reason behind London's high achievement in schools, says former education secretary.
The royal couple travelled to the French capital on Friday for a two-day trip at the request of the Foreign Office.