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Sir Richard Branson responds to an appeal by British drugs smuggler Lindsay Sandiford, who is on death row in Indonesia.
Greece will stick to its "red-line" promises to its electorate and not make concessions in its negotiations with creditors, says a government spokesman.
A legal high five times stronger than heroin killed a Cardiff father-of-three, an inquest hears.
A communication campaign group criticises a 26-page advert for a police chief constable, which calls for an "agent of change" who can get "client-side".
When Germans joined Americans battling the SS
In her column, Eniola Aluko describes a the influence of Jose Mourinho in a monumental week for Chelsea's men and women.
A "greedy and calculating" ex-housekeeper of a countess from Cirencester is jailed for three years for stealing antiques.
After a third-term bid by Burundi's president triggers protests, BBC News takes a 60-second look at how long Africa's leader are staying in power - and the reaction.
Global carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations have reached a new monthly record of 400 parts per million, according to scientists.
Most UK insurance companies will now accept dashboard camera footage in disputed claims - but few will offer a discount on premiums for using one.
Mexican police have rescued more than 100 migrants kidnapped by a human trafficking gang near the capital in Mexico state.
Disenfranchised dogs will make you feel sad on polling day.
Prince Harry received a kiss from an admirer as he greeted thousands of well-wishers near Sydney Opera House in Australia.
Manchester United agree a deal to sign Dutch forward Memphis Depay from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of £25-30m.
A French court rules that wire-tapped conversations between ex-President Sarkozy and his lawyer can be used as evidence.
It's the Caption Challenge.
A Falkirk man who raped two women in front of the body of an escort he had stabbed 44 times is jailed for life.
The two sides in a dispute over plans to downgrade maternity services at a Denbighshire hospital are ordered to try and reach an agreement by a judge.
Archaeologists in Madagascar say they have found what is thought to be the treasure of notorious Scottish pirate William Kidd.
The former boss of tour operator Thomas Cook refuses to answer questions at the inquests into the deaths of two children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning while on holiday.