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Two teenagers die and another is injured after the car they were travelling in crashed in Langbank on Thursday night.
At least seven people are killed in a twin suicide bomb attack in Somalia's southern town of Baidoa, police say.
Civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson has spoken out against what he says is "a pattern of injustice" in the United States.
Great Britain qualified fastest in the women's team pursuit on day one of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in London.
The US space agency's new Orion crew capsule has completed its maiden, unmanned voyage with a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean off Mexico.
The FA is looking into comments by Wigan chairman Dave Whelan in a newspaper interview in which he used the term "chingalings".
The body of a baby girl found in the Avon Gorge in Bristol has been formally identified, police say.
Chinese ex-security chief Zhou Yongkang is arrested and expelled from the Communist Party for alleged corruption, state media report.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho tells journalists that he does not like their questions so will answer quickly to "kill your mood".