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The BBC has learned one of the Tesco executives suspended by the company over the £260m profit misstatement has left the company.
Everton progress to the Europa League knockout stage after securing top spot in Group H with a 2-0 victory at Wolfsburg.
At least 35 people are killed in an explosion in north-eastern Nigeria, close to the Cameroonian border, reports say.
The well-known republican Bobby Storey, who was arrested as part of the overall investigation into the abduction and murder of Jean McConville in 1972, is released.
Lithuanian builder Viktoras Bruzas arrested by police investigating double murder in Surrey
Mexico's president announces plans for a massive overhaul of police, in the wake of the disappearance of 43 students in September.
A man who ran children's homes in north Wales is found guilty of sexually assaulting youngsters in a campaign of abuse spanning decades.
Rail and bus fare increases above the 3% rate of inflation "cannot be ruled out" as a result of proposed budget cuts at the Department for Regional Development (DRD).
Formula 1 bosses agree to ditch the controversial double points scheme for next season.
Lincoln MP Karl McCartney denies "favouriting" a pornographic image on Twitter, blaming the site's lack of security.
A South African ventriloquist appears in court with his dummy to successfully challenge a gagging order.
Airline passengers in Siberia had to get out and push.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says he may have to pull out of the UK Championship after breaking his ankle while running.
Brazil legend Pele is transferred to a special care unit in Sao Paulo following treatment for a urinary infection.
A powerful storm cut power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses in Brisbane, Australia, bringing "golf ball-sized" hailstones with it.
The High Court bans a further 53 piracy sites, more than doubling the number that the UK's leading net providers must block.
Mobile devices using biometric data should be better designed to protect security and privacy, according to the former head of GCHQ, Sir John Adye.
Will be £1.5bn or could it be £2bn? That's the debate around the higher echelons of the NHS in England as they await Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement next week.
The American wife of London financier Sir Chris Hohn, Jamie Cooper-Hohn, is awarded £337m by a High Court judge in a divorce case.
A man who stabbed his father to death and put his dismembered body into storage boxes, which he used as a TV stand, is convicted of murder.