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Residents of the Somali capital, Mogadishu, are feeling safer and more optimistic than they were a year ago, a survey says.
The nephews of Ann Maguire, stabbed to death at a school in Leeds, have paid tribute to her at a memorial service.
Prosecutors say Radovan Karadzic was the driving force behind persecution of non-Serbs in the 1990s, as closing arguments are heard at his Hague trial.
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The marriage of actor George Clooney and lawyer Amal Alamuddin has been sealed with a civil ceremony in Venice.
A minibus driver pleads guilty to causing the death of a teenager in a crash on the M62 in West Yorkshire as he drove a group of women to a hen party.
A man jailed for killing six-week-old Alfie Sullock will have his nine-year sentence reviewed at the Court of Appeal next month following complaints it was unduly lenient.
Max Verstappen will be the youngest participant in a GP weekend when he drives in practice in Japan, three days after turning 17.
Private schools should be celebrated rather than used as scapegoats, the Headmasters and Headmistresses Conference is to be told.
Changes to UK legislation are to come into force later this week allowing the parody of copyright works.
The marriage of actor George Clooney and lawyer Amal Alamuddin is sealed with a civil ceremony in Venice.
Oscar Garcia steps down as Watford boss 27 days into his tenure following ill health and is replaced by Billy McKinlay.
Ex-Ryder Cup captain Mark James says USA's Phil Mickelson broke an unwritten rule by criticising his captain Tom Watson.
A roundabout in Tewkesbury that features a wooden horse statue is named Roundabout of the Year.
Osborne aims to put Labour on spot with benefits and tax moves
Microsoft launches the Xbox One in China to become the first major console maker to enter a potentially lucrative market.
China editor Carrie Gracie asks if Hong Kong's finance workers believe China's claim that protests will harm its economy.
Artworks by one of Britain's most notorious prisoners are described by auctioneers as having "sense of humour".
Changes to UK law come into force this week allowing people to use copyright material from films, TV shows and songs in order to parody them.
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan says managerial target Russell Slade is helping them "a little bit on consultancy".