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A mother who fled with her young son when a custody ruling went against her was "utterly irresponsible", a judge says.
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir flies out of South Africa, pre-empting a court ruling on an international arrest warrant.
A huge fire engulfs the 19th Century basilica of Saint-Donatien in the city of Nantes in western France.
David Cameron marks the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta by vowing to put right the "complete mess" of Britain's human rights laws with a British bill of rights.
Police in Hong Kong say they have arrested nine people and seized explosives, days before a vote on how the territory chooses its next leader.
For the first time since the Cold War, the US plans to store heavy weapons including tanks in Poland.
Two teenagers are badly injured in separate shark attacks at a popular seaside resort in the US state of North Carolina.
Europe's comet lander has again been in touch with Earth, making three short contacts on Sunday.
Three men admit carrying out a £200,000 daylight jewellery raid at the Argyll Arcade in Glasgow last year.
A 28-year-old man is charged with the murder of a man found critically injured near Tower Bridge.
Two teenage boys are in hospital with serious injuries after the car they were in crashed near Trimsaran in Carmarthenshire.
The bodies of 18 mainly West African migrants have been found in the Sahara desert in Niger, having lost their way in a sandstorm, the IOM says.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon delivers a warning that Yemen is "burning", as talks get under way in Geneva with Houthi rebels still to arrive.
Forensic test are expected to confirm that a British man was among 11 al-Shabab fighters killed during an attack in Kenya, the BBC understands.
Nine survivors of a helicopter crash off Shetland in 2013 in which four people died lodge a claim for damages which could total about £5m.
A nurse from Somerset who gave a patient a lethal overdose of a prescription drug is found not guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence.
Fans of the hit US fantasy drama are left stunned by a shock season five finale. This story contains spoilers.
Why it is dangerous for the eurozone that negotiations with Greece on a bailout are being couched in terms of national economic advantage rather than a vision for the future of monetary union
Fracking should be allowed at one of two sites on the Fylde coast in Lancashire, a report recommends.
Key players from world of civil and military aviation gather in France for the bi-annual Paris Air Show, where Boeing and Airbus hope to pick up new orders on their flagship jetliners.