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In the wake of the death sentences confirmed against Muslim Brotherhood members in Egypt, Yolande Knell looks at the group's dramatic reversal in fortunes since the 2011 Arab uprisings.
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A man appears in a South African court after paint was thrown at a statue of Mahatma Gandhi - following other attacks on historical monuments.
A letter in which a nurse accused of murdering three patients wrote "there's a devil in me" has been shown in court.
Guenter Grass, German Nobel literature prize winner and author of The Tin Drum, has died aged 87.
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A crowd-funded campaign claims victory after patent authorities invalidate rights granted to a company that sought payments from podcasters.
A man who was pictured online being knocked over by an Aintree racegoer declines to make a complaint of assault to police.
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US officials say they will formally complain over Russia's intercept of a US reconnaissance plane over the Baltic Sea.
A Halfords customer's dashboard camera catches a mechanic speeding in his car during service.
UK budget hotel chain Travelodge has reported a more than 60% surge in profits three years after its near-collapse.
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg says his latest row with team-mate Lewis Hamilton at the China Grand Prix is a "thing of the past".
Wales will be given more power over transport, energy and assembly elections if Labour wins the general election, says the party as it launches its manifesto.
Neath-born singing star Katherine Jenkins is expecting her first child - a baby girl - with her husband Andrew Levitas.
Iran suspends flights for pilgrims to Saudi Arabia following the alleged sexual assaults of two Iranian boys in Jeddah.
An opera about five people trapped in one of the Twin Towers during the 9/11 attacks is called a "remarkable piece of work" by one UK critic.
Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi is still fighting to recover from the head injury he suffered in a crash, says his father.