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The eurozone's inflation rate turned positive in May after five months of falls or stagnation, reviving hopes of an economic recovery in Europe.
Tributes to the former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy are made by figures from across Scottish politics.
Local authorities are putting care leavers in bed and breakfast despite new rules intended to restrict this.
Robin Williams's wife and adult children are given two more months to resolve a dispute over the division of the comedian's estate.
Rory Cellan-Jones examines whether connected household objects like a wi-fi kettle could put your personal security at risk.
England are waiting for more details to emerge before commenting on the arrest of fly-half Danny Cipriani.
Eight men are arrested in a dawn operation in Oxford on suspicion of offences related to child sexual exploitation.
Rescuers go to the aid of 21 pilot whales that stranded on the shore at Staffin on Skye.
Downton Abbey is voted best TV drama while Strictly Come Dancing wins best entertainment show at the Voice of the Listener and Viewer awards.
French police evict about 360 migrants from a makeshift camp in Paris, after a clash between migrants in Calais.
Why is God mostly referred to as a male?
A reactor at the Hunterston B nuclear power station in Ayrshire has been taken offline due to seaweed in the waters around the plant.
A Sydney man is found guilty of murdering his estranged wife, who was originally from Bangor in County Down.
Online domestic appliance retailer AO World reports a £2.9m full-year loss and says trading in the UK remains "challenging".
Former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy brought a different style to Westminster politics, says BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith.
Nine people including several aid workers are killed in an attack by unknown gunmen in Balkh province, northern Afghanistan, say officials.
Former Lib Dem leader Paddy Ashdown says Charles Kennedy's death is "a loss to the whole of British politics".
Jules O'Dwyer is "shocked and surprised" by the reaction to her using a stunt double dog for her winning sketch.
Emergency crews deal with several incidents across Wales as heavy rain and high winds affected many areas overnight.
Robbie Savage looks back at his season's highlights as a pundit, recalls some of his run-ins and revisits some of his predictions too.