The International Monetary Fund has told the BBC it will not offer Zimbabwe more money because the country is in arrears on repayments of existing loans.
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Rescuers retrieve more bodies from the River Paraguay following Wednesday's boat accident, which killed Brazilian tourists and Paraguayan crew.
The largest exhibition of contemporary art from China and Taiwan to be held in the UK to date is being staged in venues across Manchester.
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Four British men are charged with drugs offences following the seizure of more than a tonne of cocaine off the Irish coast earlier this week.
Young first-time buyers in England would be offered the chance to buy one of 100,000 new homes at a 20% discount, the Conservatives pledge.
An image of missing Aberdeen woman Kelli Ferris is to be projected in the city centre more than a fortnight after her disappearance.
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Sergio Garcia's Ryder Cup team-mates defend the Spaniard after his performance in 2008 was criticised by Sir Nick Faldo.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has told the BBC's Newsnight that the UK's air strikes in Iraq were the start of "a long drawn out campaign".
The United Nations Human Rights Council passes resolution backing Argentina in its debt battle against US hedge funds.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to begin an official visit to the US to boost bilateral trade and court the investment of US firms.
The death toll from the world's worst Ebola outbreak, in West Africa, passes 3,000, the World Health Organization says.
Louis van Gaal admits that his Manchester United squad are struggling to get to grips with his ideas.
Arsene Wenger says Tottenham will be under increased pressure to deliver on the pitch if they move to a new stadium.
A man in Moore, Oklahoma, has beheaded one female colleague and injured another after being fired from his job, police say.
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UKIP leader Nigel Farage issues a pre-election warning to Ed Miliband in a speech to his party's conference in the Labour leader's constituency.