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British military pilots embedded with other nations' forces have conducted airstrikes over Syria, the government says after a Freedom of Information request.
A British medic recruited at least 16 fellow students from the UK to join the Islamic State group, a BBC investigation finds.
Some 200 Indian workers win a $20m settlement against a US-based company for defrauding and exploiting them.
One of South Korea's most controversial mergers is given approval by shareholders of construction company Samsung C&T.
A hotel staffed entirely by robots in Japan, from a dinosaur at reception to a giant arm that takes left luggage, has made its debut in Japan
Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez was a martial arts fighter who complained his name caused security alerts, according to US media reports.
Funerals of eight Britons killed in the Tunisia terror attack - including three members of the same family - are taking place on Friday.
Ash spewing from two volcanoes in Indonesia prompts the closure of three more airports, which means five are now shut as millions head home for the Eid holiday.
Images from the We Want More: Image Making and Music in the 21st Century on show at The Photographer's Gallery.
Pallab Ghosh examines a new approach to funding research floated by the UK's new science minister.
A committee of scientific experts is expected to urge the government to halve the recommended daily intake of sugar, in final guidance on Friday.
Asian markets open slightly positive, taking the lead from a strong performance on Wall Street.
Japanese authorities urge at least 350,000 people to flee as Typhoon Nangka makes landfall on the southern island of Shikoku.
Predictions of the first rise in interest rates for six years mingle on the front pages with stories about the future of the BBC.
France and Germany may be managing Europe, but it is clear that they do not share an idea for its future.
Silene Fredriksz's son 23-year-old son Bryce and his girlfriend Daisy were going on a dream holiday when they were killed in the MH17 disaster
The BBC's Jim Muir looks back at how Iran fell out with the West, and how far-reaching the nuclear deal with world powers may turn out to be.
Federal prosecutors in Brazil open a formal inquiry into alleged influence-peddling by the former president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
Liz West has put 250 coloured lights and mirrors into a new art installation at the National Media Museum in Bradford.
Remembering what happened when flight MH17 came down