England manager Roy Hodgson defends his angry response to criticism of the performance against Norway at Wembley.
India issues a security alert following the release of a video by the head of al-Qaeda announcing the formation of an Indian branch of the group.
A report into a botched execution in Oklahoma in April finds medical staff failed to place and monitor an intravenous line properly.
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Television host Joan Rivers, best known for her acerbic wit, has died in New York, says her daughter, a week after suffering cardiac arrest during surgery on her vocal cords.
A mother of five found dead in a field in the New Forest was stabbed to death, police say.
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The BBC says it has edited an episode of Doctor Who to remove footage where a character is beheaded, following the murder of two US journalists by Islamic State militants.
American warplanes have continued to launch air strikes on Islamic State fighters in northern Iraq, many from the USS HW Bush in the Persian Gulf.
Mercedes say they will have to consider dropping Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg if the pair cannot race together cleanly.
A stowaway claiming to be an orphan "unfolded himself" from behind the front seat of woman's car after she returned to England through the Channel Tunnel.
Victims of crime are being encouraged to investigate offences themselves, an inspection of police forces in England and Wales finds.
The Lib Dems and Conservatives are set for a Commons showdown over the "bedroom tax" or "spare room subsidy".
Air strikes in the north of the country have killed two senior Islamic State members, state media in Iraq says, but neither death has been confirmed.
An inquest hears a pilot crashed his light aircraft, killing himself and his wife, after mistaking a mown grass strip for a runway.
When missionary Gary Roberts came across a herd of elephants that had been killed by poachers in Chad, he attempted to rescue the sole surviving calf which he then flew home in his small lightweight plane.
Torture is still rife in Mexico and routinely used to extract confessions, human rights organisation Amnesty International says.
South Africa's opposition leader Helen Zille is handed the "spy tapes" which she hopes will lead to corruption charges being reinstated against President Zuma.
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