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Rihanna's latest video has sparked a debate about whether it is too violent, too sexist, too misogynistic and just too grim.
London's Docklands was home to Minecon this weekend - the global gathering for fans of the block-building video game.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall begin their week-long summer visit to Wales on Monday.
A swingers festival fails to click with nearby villagers who complain of nocturnal noise nuisance from three nights of "incredibly loud music".
The press regulator upholds a complaint against the Daily Telegraph over a story about a leaked memo involving First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Rory McIlroy totally ruptures a ligament in his ankle and looks set to miss the Open, which begins in nine days' time at St Andrews.
Two double-decker buses crash into each other in Brighton city centre, resulting in "multiple injuries".
Armed police have been sent to Aberdare as officers deal with an incident reported to involve threats being made with a firearm.
More than a million British holidaymakers will be heading to Greece this summer, and as the debt crisis unfolds many will naturally be feeling nervous about how it could affect them.
Greece's economy minister tells me, in an exclusive interview, how the Syriza government hopes to keep his country in the euro, after the "no" vote.
A once rare and elusive forest dweller is much more common in Northern Ireland than was previously thought, according to a new study.
David Cameron, George Osborne and Mark Carney attend a Downing Street meeting to assess the impact on the UK of Greece's "no" vote to its austerity package.
Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl plays through the pain of a broken leg, sitting atop a Game of Thrones-inspired chair at US gig.
Ten thousand Minecraft fans gather in London for Minecon and a handful get to try Hololens.
The brother and sister of one of the last victims of the Tunisia attack to be named say his death is difficult to accept.
Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns, hours after voters back his policy of rejecting creditors’ demands for more austerity.
Jurassic World holds on to the top spot at the North American box office, holding Terminator: Genisys and Magic Mike XXL at bay.
China's government gives tourist safety advice to nationals in Turkey after Istanbul protests over the Chinese treatment of ethnic Uighur Muslims.
Two bomb attacks - on a restaurant and a mosque - in the central Nigerian city of Jos have left at least 44 people dead, the authorities say.
Journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who has an aggressive form of leukaemia, tells her video diary that she has found a stem cell donor.