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President Barack Obama calls a couple who had to move their Hawaii wedding because he was playing golf.
United Airlines and travel firm Orbitz have launched legal action against a site that finds cheap airfares.
A cargo ship said to be carrying migrants near the Greek island of Corfu sends out a distress signal amid reports there are armed people on board.
The Ebola victim who triggered the current outbreak - a two year old boy from a small village in Guinea - may have been infected by playing in a hollow tree housing a colony of bats, say scientists.
Iraqi government forces have retaken the town of Dhuluiya from Islamic State, sources say, reportedly inflicting heavy causalities on the jihadist group.
Two Albanian seamen have been killed on a tugboat while towing the fire-stricken Norman Atlantic ferry.
Human skeletal remains are found by a member of the public at a nature reserve.
A llama that fled from a field in Littleborough, Greater Manchester, after being scared by a dog, managed to evade capture for six hours.
Goats at a Dorset community farm are used as an alternative means of recycling Christmas trees.
Owner David Hughes says London Broncos' new-look squad are capable of securing an immediate return to Super League.
A stolen Wedding Cake tree which was planted by the Duchess of Cornwall to celebrate the marriage of William and Kate will be replaced.
Production from the Kinnoull field in the central North Sea has started, BP announces.
Greeks are preparing for more political turmoil, after MPs rejected the government's presidential nominee and triggered snap parliamentary elections, says the BBC's Lucy Williamson.
UK housing figures just out show that prices have risen fairly strongly this year, but are slowing.
Indonesian officials confirm that bodies and debris found in Indonesia's Java Sea are from AirAsia flight QZ8501 that went missing on Sunday.
The powerful chief of India's governing BJP party Amit Shah is cleared in the extra-judicial killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh, a Muslim civilian.
The BBC's Alpa Patel reports on a social programme built around football hopes to give young people an alternative to gang violence.
Falkirk MP Eric Joyce appears in court in Westminster charged with common assault and criminal damage.
Venezuelan officials deny reports that a milk shortage is behind the temporary closure of an ice-cream shop famous for its wide range of flavours.
Government will give out gift packs for every new citizen born in 2015, to mark Singapore's 50th birthday.