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Intruders enter an office of Turkey's ruling AK Party in Istanbul, a day after a prosecutor was taken hostage and killed in the city.
More than 100 British business leaders have signed a letter publicly backing the Conservatives' economic policies.
A large fire breaks out at Bicester Village shopping outlet in Oxfordshire.
Mark Wahlberg is to co-produce and potentially star in a film about the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon and the city-wide manhunt that followed.
The boss of Flintshire-based food company Iceland is one of 100 business leaders backing the Conservatives' economic policies in an open letter.
A key ally of Russian anti-Kremlin campaigner Alexei Navalny - Vladimir Ashurkov - is granted political asylum in the UK.
Police in India arrest four men in connection with the rape of an elderly nun in West Bengal state which sparked outrage.
Special needs provision in England has been "drastically damaged" by funding cuts, the leader of a teachers union has argued.
Thousands of workers at a Vietnam shoe factory continue to strike, in a rare anti-government protest over a social insurance law.
Tributes are paid to an off duty police officer who died after being hit by a bus in Swansea city centre.
Ed Miliband criticises zero hours contracts for the "insecurity" they create for workers.
The UK's first city-wide ban on taking legal highs in public places comes into force.
The winner of Nigeria's presidential election, Muhammadu Buhari, hails a "vote for change" and thanks beaten rival Goodluck Jonathan.
Their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign has been flawless but Roy Hodgson's developing England have still to be tested against top-class opposition.
Singer songwriter Joni Mitchell is in intensive care in a Los Angeles hospital after being found unconscious in her home.
Business confidence in Japan flounders as last year's sales tax hike continues to hit sentiment.
Barbara Plett Usher reports on Saudi Arabia's attempts to stop its citizens joining Islamic State abroad, and asks whether it should be looking closer to home.
A Palestinian man says he was tricked into selling a work by the graffiti artist, Banksy, that is estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A housing association is told it must revise its proposal to redevelop the former Visteon factory site in west Belfast.
A New Zealand court finds Mark Lundy guilty for a second time of murdering his wife and daughter, after his first conviction was thrown out.