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The fiance of a mother-of-four whose body was found in a lake, wrapped in plastic and a duvet, is found guilty of her murder.
Police investigating an attack on a woman while she walked with her three-week-old baby and dog make an arrest.
Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House seems strong, but there is a long way to go, says Kim Ghattas.
Nearly 200,000 people - with an average age of 74 - have been seen on so-called "suckers lists" circulated by fraudsters.
Adopting new Welsh language standards could cost some councils hundreds of thousands of pounds every year, it is claimed.
Hollywood actor Jake Gyllenhaal says some actors are taking "dangerous risks" for their craft.
Spain raises the minimum age for marriage from 14 to 16, having had the lowest marrying age in Europe.
An Indian man found guilty of financing deadly bombings in Mumbai in 1993 makes a last-ditch appeal to the Supreme Court to suspend his execution.
A US network says it has obtained a voicemail from Sandra Bland recorded shortly before her death in custody, and expressing shock at her arrest.
Former British number one Laura Robson claims her first win in almost two years at a Challenger tournament in Canada.
A report into child sexual exploitation in Oxfordshire recommends greater regulation for taxi drivers in the county.
An “unprecedented spike” in executions in Iran has seen nearly 700 people believed put to death there this year, Amnesty International says.
The screening measures put into place to prevent Ebola arriving in the UK are being relaxed at some airports and rail terminals.
A crewman of the bin lorry that killed six people in Glasgow tells a fatal accident inquiry he was terrified as the vehicle hit pedestrians.
A 15-year-old boy from Blackburn admits involvement in a terror plot to attack an Anzac Day parade in Melbourne, Australia.
David Cameron visits the Royal Welsh Show after announcing a £390m deal for armoured vehicles to be produced in south Wales.
A union involved in a dispute with CalMac says the agreement reached has ended a potential threat of job cuts.
Sony Animation Pictures buys the rights to turn emojis into a film.
A Milan court gives life sentences to two former far-right militants who killed eight people in a 1974 bombing in Brescia.
West Mercia Police apologise after a family were denied saying a final farewell to a suspected Hereford murder victim because of a mistake at a Coventry mortuary.