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Shares of the maker of popular mobile game Candy Crush fall as much as over 14% in after hours trading after it warned of weaker profits.
The leaders of the divided Greek and Turkish communities in Cyprus are due to resume UN-brokered peace talks, which were broken off last year.
Increasing powers for the Scottish Parliament will dominate the agenda when David Cameron and Nicola Sturgeon hold talks in Edinburgh later.
A mass funeral has taken place in the Pakistani city of Karachi for victims of a militant attack on a bus carrying minority Ismaili Shia Muslims.
China is planning to invest up to $50bn (£32bn) in Brazil for new infrastructure projects - including a new Pacific-Atlantic railway link.
A furious row in UKIP around Nigel Farage's leadership of the party, and David Cameron's likely difficult visit to SNP-dominated Scotland are two of Friday's big stories.
Photographer Philip Wolmuth on his pictures of London's Speakers' Corner taken over the past 35 years.
New research is giving scientists an insight into why we sleep and what happens when we do it.
Germany's trade unions are becoming more assertive, says Jenny Hill - but government plans could counter their approach.
Why is Johnny Depp in trouble in Australia?
Identical twin artists who know what the other is thinking
The 24-page form to decide Boston bomber's fate
And other surprising things from Ghana's power cuts
Two of the UK's most popular brands of suntan lotion do not offer as much sun protection as they claim, according to the consumer organisation, Which?
The tech to help houses stand up to a major earthquake
Two young men have been shot dead during a student protest in Chile, according to officials.