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Malala Yousafzai, the youngest-ever Nobel peace prize winner
Shrien Dewani has arrived back in England after being cleared by a court in South Africa of arranging the murder of his wife in 2010.
There is "not a shred of evidence" Rory McIlroy was involved in a conspiracy to plan his exit from a contract with his former sports management company, Dublin High Court is told.
Employers will take the lead in a new careers body that will broker links between schools and businesses in England, say ministers.
High winds and huge waves are hitting north-western parts of the UK, causing power blackouts and travel disruption, as Laura Bicker reports.
A Frenchman held hostage by an al Qaeda-linked group in Mali was reportedly freed as part of a prisoner swap with two jailed militants.
Rides based on BBC shows such as Top Gear and Doctor Who shows could feature at a £2bn theme park planned for Kent, it is announced.
Houses are burned after the Chechen leader called for the punishment of Islamist militants' families in response to a deadly attack in Grozny.
Faustino Asprilla says he will leave his home in Colombia after being threatened by armed men trying to get money from him.
The Peruvian government says it will sue Greenpeace activists for "attacking" a famous desert heritage site after a banner protest was held there.
A soldier in Somalia avenges the killing of his wife - also a soldier - by shooting dead five women related to militant Islamists, an official says.
A Polish court rules that a ban on the ritual slaughter of animals for the needs of the Jewish community is unconstitutional.
McLaren will announce on Thursday whether Jenson Button or Kevin Magnussen will partner Fernando Alonso in 2015.
Uber's week just got worse as it faces a lawsuit in California and Los Angeles as well as bans in India, Spain and Thailand.
Britain's first ever sci-fi film, dating back to 1913, has been restored as part of a special project by BBC Arts and the British Film Institute.
Hong Kong's top civil servant Carrie Lam urges students to vacate the streets ahead of the expected clearance of the main protest camp.