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How extremists fund their fight through crime
India's cotton producers say they are at a crisis point because of falling demand and plunging prices. The BBC's Ashleigh Nghiem reports on the problem.
Brazilian prosecutors charged 35 executives from the country's largest engineering companies in connection with the Petrobras corruption scandal.
Australian PM Tony Abbott vows to "sweat blood" to secure constitutional recognition for indigenous people, saying he wants a referendum in 2017.
Comedian and campaigner Russell Brand calls UKIP leader Nigel Farage a "pound shop Enoch Powell", during a Question Time debate on immigration.
The head of SeaWorld resigns as the amusement park struggles to attract visitors, in the wake of a 2013 film criticising its treatment of killer whales.
Everton's much-changed side fall to a Europa League defeat as Krasnodar's Ricardo Laborde strikes a first-half winner.
A gamekeeper is found guilty of killing a rare bird and setting traps illegally to capture two others on an Aberdeenshire estate.
More than 220,000 people are without power after heavy rains and high winds slammed northern California.
Poor defending costs Celtic as a Marko Pjaca hat-trick ensures they finish Europa League Group D with defeat in Zagreb.
Spurs miss the chance to top their Europa League group as Cenk Tosun's goal earns Besiktas a narrow victory.
The ENO's first ever children's opera, an adaptation of the best-selling picture book, The Way Back Home, opens in London.
Cathy Hymas, a victim of Ray Teret, says she feels "liberated" following his sentencing for a series of rapes and indecent assaults on young girls.
Twin bomb attacks have killed at least 30 people in a market in the central Nigerian city of Jos, eyewitnesses say.
The mobile company EE is to end its Orange Wednesday cinema deal after 10 years as take up of the offer declines.
The body representing London's 32 borough councils votes in favour of a capital-wide spitting ban.
Brazilian police arrest a man who says he killed 42 people in the last decade, which would make him one of the country's most prolific serial killers.
Alex Schlacher tells Nick Higham about her book Arc of the Gurkha.
A man who attacked Respect MP George Galloway while calling him an "anti-Semitic little man" is jailed for 16 months.
Canadian police can search the contents of a mobile phone after arrest, the Supreme Court of Canada rules