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A man who drove his girlfriend's car on to the Brands Hatch circuit during a race is jailed for eight months.
Police span a "web of lies" that led to a "vitriolic" campaign of "plebgate" stories against ex-chief whip Andrew Mitchell, the High Court has heard.
The governor of the Bank of England says bankers' overall pay packages - not just bonuses - should be at risk in the event of wrongdoing.
A World Health Organization report reveals drowning is one of the top 10 killers of children across the world.
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Police say they have intelligence that known English football hooligans are planning to travel to Glasgow for the Scotland v England friendly.
The families of two men who died after kidney transplants allegedly infected with a parasitic worm say they hope it will not deter others from giving or receiving organs.
A court in Northern Ireland has been told that MI5 secretly recorded a group of men as they planned attacks on police officers and judges.
A surgeon from Sierra Leone who was being treated for Ebola in the US has died, a Nebraska hospital announces.
A committee of MPs has said schools in England are not doing enough to tackle cyberbullying and online abuse.
ICC chairman Narayanaswami Srinivasan is cleared by a committee investigating corruption allegations in the Indian Premier League.
Anti-bullying policies appear to be having an effect, with thousands fewer pupils being bullied than 10 years ago, according to research.
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Police reopen an investigation into the disappearance of a woman 20 years ago as a murder inquiry.
Authorities in Brussels have charged HSBC's private banking arm, which is based in Switzerland, with assisting wealthy Belgians - including diamond dealers - in avoiding taxes.
Dr Javid Abdelmoneim wore special goggle cameras to record his time at an Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone - here he carefully removes his protective equipment.
Nearly 36 million people worldwide, or 0.5% of the world's population, live as slaves, a survey by anti-slavery campaign group Walk Free says.
A Frenchman and a Briton are believed to be among IS militants seen in the murder video of US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, officials say.
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