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The British Museum loans one of the Elgin Marbles for the first time, as Will Gompertz reports.
Did cigarette taxes really play a part in 'chokehold' death?
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he is "disgusted" by reports that the club is going to spend heavily on new players.
Andrew Harding revisits the town of Kigbal in Sierra Leone to see if the Ebola crisis has been addressed.
The Duke of Cambridge will meet President Obama at the White House on Monday, during a three-day visit to the US with the Duchess of Cambridge.
Egypt's prosecutor-general's office is investigating what it describes as a "fabricated" recording of top officials discussing the detention of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal describes claims he will spend heavily on players as "disgusting".
A 19-year-old man being held following anti-terror raids in Cardiff and Barry is arrested on suspicion of preparing or assisting in the preparation of a terrorist act.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta denounces as a "travesty" the case against him at the International Criminal Court, which has now been dropped.
The Dalai Lama carries Werther's Originals, and more nuggets.
Sony Pictures has suffered one of the most devastating cyberattacks ever, straight from a Bond script. Dave Lee asks where the plot goes now.
A human rights lawyer begins a review of how the Public Prosecution Service dealt with three cases linked to the alleged rape of a Belfast woman and claims of an IRA cover-up.
UN human rights experts express "legitimate concerns" over no charges being brought against US policemen involved in two civilian deaths.
Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Anthony McGill to move into the semi-finals of the UK Championship at the York Barbican.
Two teenagers die and another is injured after the car they were travelling in crashed in Langbank on Thursday night.
At least seven people are killed in a twin suicide bomb attack in Somalia's southern town of Baidoa, police say.
Civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson has spoken out against what he says is "a pattern of injustice" in the United States.
Great Britain qualified fastest in the women's team pursuit on day one of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in London.
The US space agency's new Orion crew capsule has completed its maiden, unmanned voyage with a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico.
The FA is looking into comments by Wigan chairman Dave Whelan in a newspaper interview in which he used the term "chingalings".