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A textbook display of counter attacking football sees Dundee United win an entertaining match away to Ross County.
A businessman is jailed for murdering his millionaire girlfriend in a Paris hotel suite.
The UN World Food Programme says it will reinstate food aid this month to the very poorest Syrian refugees.
A doctor and a charity owner have been arrested after 10 patients were left in danger of partially losing their sight following cataract surgery in India.
Belgium's dowager queen Fabiola, the widow of 1951-93 King Baudouin, has died in Brussels at the age of 86, the royal palace says.
A new law has come into force which makes the legal drink-drive limit in Scotland lower than elsewhere in the UK.
Luke Donald evades a charging baboon as he claims the halfway lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa.
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.