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Deutsche Bank says it expects litigation costs of €1.5bn in the first quarter, but it still expects to be profitable.
Google details its plan to launch a mobile network in the US that will piggyback existing service but offer different terms.
Olympic champion Nicola Adams faces a footballer or a teacher in her semi-final at the English National Championships.
The Premier League will have only one top-seeded club in next season's Champions League, as Uefa introduce new rules.
Nigel Farage says UKIP previously used rhetoric to "get noticed" but no longer needs to make "negative arguments" about immigration.
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A lawyer for the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 tells a court in Washington his client should be released from a mental hospital.
An army sergeant accused of a string of sex attacks on female cadets denies he was in the "habit" of smacking their bottoms as they left the office.
A 34-year-old motorcyclist dies after coming off the road on the A85 near Taynuilt in Argyll.
A man is due to appear at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court on Thursday charged with the murder of Latvian national Aleksandrs Sokolovs.
Italy says it is "at war" with people traffickers, and has urged the EU to take robust action to stop more people dying in the Mediterranean.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage admits the tone he has used on issues including immigration and HIV was designed to "get noticed".
Rafael Nadal makes amends for last year's defeat by Nicolas Almagro with victory over his fellow Spaniard at the Barcelona Open.
West Ham are to offer the cheapest adult Premier League season ticket - BBC Sport asks the other clubs whether they will follow suit.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan tells exam boards to reverse their decision not to offer A-levels and GCSEs in minority languages such as Polish and Bengali.
Disney's research arm develops a program that can automatically dub a video with alternative speech that fits a speaker's lip movements.
So many trains full of Jews used to arrive at Auschwitz that often two would have to wait while people from the first were "processed", a former Nazi SS guard says at his trial.
Three pipe bombs are made safe by Army bomb experts in County Londonderry.
Wasps' Dai Young backs England policy on overseas Test players, and says failing to do the same has "wrecked" Welsh regions.
The home secretary must return an asylum seeker and her son to the UK just months after ordering their removal, the Court of Appeal rules.