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One of Brazil's top businessmen, Marcelo Odebrecht, is arrested as part of a major investigation into corruption at state-owned oil giant Petrobras.
The teenage children of one of the victims of the shooting at a church in Charleston, say they have forgiven their mother's killer.
Facebook's photo-synching app Moments will not be launched in Europe because of its use of facial recognition technology.
Vanessa-Mae's four-year skiing ban is overturned after she is cleared of helping fix races to qualify for the Sochi Olympics.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah says the last two weeks have been the "toughest of my life" after allegations against his coach.
Prime Minister David Cameron warns of the dangers posed by those who "quietly condone" Islamic State militants' extremist ideology.
A woman who claimed Jehovah's Witness elders failed to protect her from sex abuse carried out by a convicted paedophile wins a six-figure payout.
A healthcare worker who stole cash and jewellery from vulnerable cancer patients is jailed for 16 months.
A woman who successfully argued in court that the Jehovah's Witness failed to protect her from sexual abuse as a child, says they didn't take the issue seriously.
Americans share images of racial imbalance after Charleston
A man accused of sexually assaulting his mother before killing her was in a "dissociated state", similar to sleepwalking, a court hears.
Administrators for the Arches venue in Glasgow make 129 staff redundant after the business collapsed following the loss of its nightclub licence.
A doctor and two nurses appear in court charged with the manslaughter of a woman who died hours after an abortion in west London.
Meet Britain's first 'cultural park keeper'
St Etienne defender Franck Tabanou joins Swansea City on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
Former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor has been questioned by police investigating historical allegations of child abuse and murder.
Olympic champion Nicola Adams says she is back to her best following shoulder surgery after reaching the European Games last eight.
Lizzie Armitstead says her team-mates feared her career would be over after her crash at the Women's Tour this week.
Mount Sinabung, on the island of Sumatra, is continuing to spew gas and ash high into the air.
How 888,246 ceramic poppies defined WW1 commemorations