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Australian scientist and rugby player Michael Quinn admits travelling to the US to have sex with a six-year-old boy after being caught in a sting.
In some remote regions of Malawi, girls are made to have sex with a paid sex worker when they reach puberty - but the tradition has the potential to spread disease.
US authorities have charged a Ukrainian man alleged to be the mastermind of the world's biggest online piracy website.
Margaret Thatcher's senior aides used photos of a baby Prince William to try to distract attention from a major 1983 anti-nuclear march, secret papers reveal.
Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher considered suing BBC Radio 4's Today programme for libel, previously secret papers reveal.
More than 1,800 police fitness tests were failed by officers in England and Wales in the space of 12 months, figures reveal.
Jeremy Corbyn is to launch his campaign to stay on as Labour leader with a promise to tackle the "five ills of 21st Century Britain" - including workplace discrimination.
Donald Trump's chief political adviser on his candidate, Hillary Clinton and the 2016 campaign.
Fans are still waiting for Pokemon Go to be launched in Japan, the birthplace of the phenomenon, so where might the monsters be hiding out?
A look at the booming private security industry in the Central American country of Guatemala, where an average of 13 murders are committed every day.
A Chinese manufacturing firm is to invest more than £1bn in Sheffield over the next 60 years, the city council announces.
How the tragedy of three Afghan girls inspired a US rocker to teach guitar in Kabul.
Three years have passed since Yahoo bought micro-blogging site Tumblr, but it is not the goldmine it once hoped.
Henri Astier talks to Abdelghani Merah, an anti-jihad activist whose brother killed seven people in south-west France in 2012.
One of the UK's newest nuclear-powered submarines docks in Gibraltar after a "collision" with a merchant vessel during a training exercise.
Turkey's president declares a state of emergency for three months following the failed coup in the country.
MPs on the Energy Committee have written to the new business secretary to demand no change to the current rules on price comparison websites
Everyone should consider taking vitamin D supplements in autumn and winter, public health advice in England and Wales says.
Theresa May's first steps as prime minister and Sam Allardyce's impending appointment as England football manager are among the Thursday's headlines.
Passengers travelling from Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 are urged to only travel with hand luggage due to a baggage system fault.