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Incidents of discrimination in English professional and grassroots football has increased, according to Kick It Out.
More than a dozen artefacts have been stolen from a Chinese museum near Paris, including a replica of the King of Siam's crown that was given to Napoleon III.
'Ayesha', not her real name, was once a radical Muslim who found the lifestyle, initially, "glamorous" and attractive.
The mother of the British Jihadi Mohammed Emwazi has told authorities in Kuwait that she recognised her son's voice immediately last summer in Islamic State videos.
The Los Angeles police chief says a homeless man shot dead by police had reached for an officer's weapon before being killed.
Australia is poised to more than double its contingent of troops training local forces in Iraq, Australian media say.
There is "no hiding" from the failures of authorities in Oxfordshire where young girls were groomed, a retired detective tells Newsnight.
Chelsea captain John Terry says he is keen to have "a few years" more at the club, but would not leave to play elsewhere.
For the second year running, Singapore tops the list as the world's most expensive city to live in, says the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Hundreds of parents are arrested in north-west Pakistan for refusing to allow their children to be vaccinated against polio.
The Houses of Parliament could have to be "abandoned" within 20 years without extensive repair work, Commons Speaker John Bercow says.
As Nasa's Dawn satellite prepares to enter into orbit around the dwarf planet Ceres, scientists say they are excited to learn more about the two bright spots on its surface.
Dating app Tinder announces it will charge the over-28s nearly four times as much for its premium features as it does younger users in the UK.
The Football Association is planning to enter men's and women's Great Britain teams at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Sinn Féin councillors in Newry block unionist efforts to reconsider naming a Newry play park after an IRA man.
US stocks hit record levels, with both the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 closing at all-time highs and the Nasdaq breaking the 5,000 barrier for the first time in 15 years.
Natalia Revuelta, who supported Fidel Castro when he was planning his insurgency and became his lover, has died at the age of 89 in Havana.
A mice infestation was the reason food was removed from the shelves of a branch of Poundland in Birmingham city centre, the council reveals.
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Circa Waves singer Kieran Shudall in the midweek Premier League games.
What has happened to Japan's inventors?