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Wigan chairman Dave Whelan says he will interview ex-Cardiff boss Malky Mackay for the vacant managerial position.
A Dutch mother arrives with her daughter in Turkey, after travelling to Syria to bring her back from the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa.
A hotel that "fined" a couple £100 for writing a bad review on Trip Advisor agrees to stop imposing such penalties on future guests.
Tiger Woods asks veteran golf writer Dan Jenkins for an apology after being made the subject of a parody interview.
Ten people, most of them civilians, have been killed in clashes between Islamist militants and soldiers in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, officials say.
Shares in Areva have plunged after the French nuclear firm suspended its financial targets for 2015 and 2016.
President Putin's chief spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, has told the BBC that Russia has red lines in Europe that it will not allow to be crossed
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Persistently low inflation prompted the majority of members on the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee to keep interest rates on hold at its latest meeting.
Alex Salmond dismisses newspaper reports that he could stand against UK government minister Danny Alexander in the general election.
Ivory Coast's Interior Minister, Hamad Bakayoko, promises the government will meet demands for back-pay by thousands of protesting soldiers.
Israeli troops have destroyed the home of a Palestinian man who killed a woman and a baby by ramming a car into a Jerusalem tram stop last month.
Migrants trying to enter the UK via Calais could start trying to board tourist vehicles, a Eurotunnel executive warns.
UKIP defector Mark Reckless has suggested that existing EU migrants should only be allowed to remain in the UK for "a transitional period."
Controversial and self-styled Indian guru Rampal went from being an engineer to a powerful figure with tens of thousands of devotees.
Tim Muffett he spoke to the new Paddington Bear film's director Paul King and actor Hugh Bonneville in Paddington station.
Five Thai students are detained for flashing a three-finger salute inspired by The Hunger Games film series at PM Prayuth Chan-Ocha.
The average pay gap between men and women is at its narrowest since comparative records began in 1997, official figures show.
A car bomb targets a government building in the Iraqi Kurdish capital, Irbil, with local medial reporting several deaths.
France confirms that a second Frenchman appears in a video showing the killing of Syrian prisoners by Islamic State.