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The chief of the GM compensation fund says the process of meeting families of victims is "heart-wrenching"
Newsnight's David Grossman reports on the growing threat to technology companies posed by cyber extortionists.
The Ebola outbreak is spreading faster than efforts to control it, the head of the World Health Organization tells West African leaders.
Usain Bolt again denies making disparaging remarks about Glasgow 2014 as he makes first track appearance.
Hundreds of people attend a public meeting to discuss fracking in County Fermanagh.
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In the first hearing since Argentina defaulted on its debts, US judge Thomas Griesa calls for negotiations to be resumed urgently.
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President Barack Obama has defended CIA Director John Brennan and acknowledged the US tortured prisoners after 9/11.
A medical examiner has ruled that a police officer's "chokehold" caused the death of a man in New York.
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is set to join Manchester City on a loan deal from New York City FC.
Scot Lynsey Sharp wins silver in the women's 800m - just hours after being on a drip following a bout of sickness.
A housing company is fined for "breathtaking" health and safety breaches after a flats walkway collapsed.
Gymnast Claudia Fragapane becomes the first Englishwoman to win four golds at a single Commonwealth Games since 1930.
Up to 30 Commonwealth Games athletes from Sierra Leone are considering extending their stay in Glasgow amid fears over the Ebola virus.
Uganda's Constitutional Court annuls a tough anti-gay law that had drawn widespread criticism by Western governments and human rights activists.
Film critic Jason Solomons reviews the week's film releases, including Joe, Hercules and Earth to Echo.
French police seize 50kg of cocaine which was then securely stored at the headquarters of their judicial police, but it has disappeared.
Jon Donnison reports from Gaza, where a woman gave birth to quadruplets on the eve of an ill-fated truce, which broke down with reports of attacks on both sides.