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Rachel Dolezal, the US race activist accused of "pretending to be black", refuses to back down and says she identifies as black.
As many as five young Irish people have died after a balcony collapsed in Berkeley, California, in the US.
Canoeists Lani Belcher and Ed McKeever win silver and bronze respectively - GB's second and third medals of the European Games.
A fatal SAS selection exercise should not have stopped early even though some reservists suffered heat illness, an inquest hears.
President Vladimir Putin says Russia will add more than 40 intercontinental ballistic missiles to its nuclear arsenal in 2015.
An eighteen year-old man is given three years in youth custody over the death of a German student teacher who was hailed as national hero.
The US says it will give $5m (£3.2m) towards a multi-national task force being set up to fight Boko Haram, as it steps up cross-border attacks.
Fewer children were offered places at their first preference of secondary school in England compared with last year.
A mother who tricked her former partner into thinking she had an abortion so she could give his baby to her gay friend is jailed.
A large number of migrants who have arrived in Italy have set up camp on the border with France, as Lucy Williamson reports.
Three men are found guilty of planning a sham marriage to allow one of them to stay in the UK.
The Premier League and Football League will release their full fixture lists for 2015/16 on Wednesday at 09:00 BST.
The social network is due in court over claims that it tracks users across the web and even monitors people who don't have accounts.
The United States and Venezuela both welcome talks held on Saturday between the two sides aimed at reducing diplomatic tensions.
A number of young Irish citizens are killed after a balcony collapses in an apartment in the US.
Rachel Dolezal, the US race activist accused of "pretending to be black", previously sued her university for racism, US media reports say.
One of the senior UKIP figures who was forced to resign after in-fighting in the party following the general election has returned to his job as party secretary.
A father who lost two daughters at the Hillsborough disaster describes how he gave them mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
The Game of Thrones season five finale was watched by two million people on Monday.
Sediment gathered from a lake in Romania reveals the environmental change linked to changes in the political landscape, a study shows.