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Thousands of inmates are sexually abused in prisons in England and Wales each year, according to research for the Howard League for Penal Reform.
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy misses out on the £6m FedEx Cup prize as Billy Horschel wins the Tour Championship and overall title.
Glenn Campbell on the referendum and Scotland's EU membership
There was a record fall in the number of people available to fill permanent job vacancies in Scotland last month, a survey suggests.
Director Vishal Bhardwaj's new film Haider gives William Shakespeare's Hamlet a Bollywood twist.
Switching from driving a car to walking or cycling to work improves the wellbeing of commuters, a study suggests.
Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game wins the People’s Choice award at the Toronto Film Festival.
Police in Uganda say they have seized explosives during raids on suspected al-Shabab militants who were said to be plotting an attack in the country.
Construction has begun on a giant observation tower in the heart of the Amazon basin in Brazil to monitor climate change.
Hundreds of people have been showing their opposition to a Russian boycott of fruit and vegetables from Europe with a tomato fight in Amsterdam.
Manager Louis van Gaal says his ambition is to bring the Premier League title back to Manchester United.
Nato countries have started delivering arms to Ukraine to help its soldiers combat pro-Russian separatists in the east, the defence minister says.
Getting the lowdown on China's internet giant
Your 60-second primer on Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant set to float on the New York Stock Exchange in one of the biggest technology listings ever.
Alberto Contador wins his third Vuelta a Espana title, ahead of Britain's Chris Froome, after a solid closing time trial.
Pope Francis has pronounced 20 Italian couples man and wife during a mass wedding ceremony in St Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Britain will take "whatever steps are necessary" to keep the country safe, following the killing of hostage David Haines by Islamic State militants, says Prime Minister David Cameron.
A small study suggests some people's brains may have the ability to resist early Alzheimer's damage.
The brother of British aid worker David Haines, murdered by Islamic State militants, pays tribute to him.
Scottish golfer Stephen Gallacher plans to feed off his nervousness to enjoy the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.