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Ten men are charged by police investigating child sexual exploitation in Rochdale, Greater Manchester.
South Sudan's army says it has summoned for questioning a militia leader accused of abducting hundreds of boys from school.
How a new word 'broke the Chinese internet'
How a housewife who worked on a rhubarb farm broke a men's world record during a staggering 25-year cycling career.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress is a pivotal moment which carries high stakes, says the BBC's Kevin Connolly.
A Saudi diplomat held hostage in Yemen for almost three years by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has been released, officials say.
Furniture giant Ikea has unveiled a range of furniture fitted with wireless charging spots for mobile devices.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched a cheap action camera that costs only 399 yuan (£41).
An 18-year-old woman who threw bleach into the face of an aspiring teenage model is sentenced to 27 months in a young offenders' institution.
A spoof advert for IS starring Fifty Shades of Grey actress Dakota Johnson is broadcast on Saturday Night Live, causing a furore on Twitter.
Russian police are still questioning the Ukrainian girlfriend of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, who was with him when he was shot dead in Moscow.
Chelsea skipper John Terry hails the atmosphere at Wembley but rules out a return to the England team.
A boy who was killed when he was hit by a car in the Riverside area of Cardiff is named as 12-year-old Hamid Ali Khan.
Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International, is to be re-hired by Rupert Murdoch.
Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy is buried in Los Angeles, as fans and friends pay tribute.
Marks and Spencer and Cadbury have both fallen out of an annual survey ranking the top 20 consumer brands in the UK.
Allegations of sexual and physical child abuse at a Carmarthenshire school are being investigated by Dyfed-Powys Police.
The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes visits a high school in Mariupol where students are taking lessons in Ukrainian patriotism.
Newly inaugurated Uruguayan president Tabare Vazquez continues his predecessor Jose Mujica's tradition of using vintage cars for official engagements.
All schools in England should have a teacher trained to give high-quality careers advice, particularly to poorer pupils, says a charity.