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Could banks assist the UK security authorities identify foreign fighters by uncovering "telltale" financial footprints?
A fish-shaped lump of iron could be the answer to the global problem of anaemia.
How a taxi driver became a hero
The netting catching water in Chile's desert
The Bedfordshire Police Commissioner criticises the conduct of a referendum which rejected a rise in council tax to fund more police.
Latest developments in the leadership of the Labour party, both at Westminster and in Scotland, dominate the front pages of the Sunday papers.
A family's struggle to bring a Pearl Harbor sailor home
The GCHQ "doughnut" building in Cheltenham is to be lit up in rainbow colours as a symbol of the intelligence agency's commitment to diversity.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says new powers to sack head teachers in coasting schools will show "it is not OK to be just above the level of failing".
Rory McIlroy shoots a 61 to break his own Quail Hollow course record and take a four-stroke lead at the Wells Fargo Championship.
An outbreak of the vomiting bug norovirus leaves about 70 people ill at a Royal Navy training centre in Cornwall.
As Steven Gerrard exits Anfield for the last time as a player, BBC Sport looks at some of the best tributes on social media.
Human traffickers ferrying thousands of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar are refusing to let some of those on board return home unless ransoms are paid.
Hundreds of people gather in kayaks and small boats for a protest in the north-western US port of Seattle against Arctic oil drilling by Shell.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says "without him", captain John Terry would not still be with the Premier League winners.
Sheffield United suspend forward Jose Baxter after he fails an out-of-competition Football Association drugs test.
Captain Steven Gerrard brings his 17-year Liverpool career to an "emotional" end in his final match at Anfield.
Charlotte Brown, a blind pole vaulter, wins a bronze medal in the Texas state high school championships.
Teenager Alondra Diaz Garcia is reunited with her mother and returns to the United States eight years after being taken to Mexico by her father.
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