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Five years after Congress gave them new powers, American prosecutors are finally charging the traders they say "spoof" the market.
Dane leads charge against Google and Gazprom
Stegosaurs may have sported quite different shaped bony plates on their backs, depending on whether they were male or female, new research claims.
Google announces Project Fi, a mobile network that will piggyback existing services in the US but offer different terms.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage admits the tone he has used on issues including immigration and HIV was designed to "get noticed".
Basil Rajapaksa, the younger brother of Sri Lanka's former President Mahinda Rajapaksa, is arrested on corruption charges.
BBC Trending presents: an idiot's guide to the Yemen conflict
A lawyer for the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 tells a court in Washington his client should be released from a mental hospital.
Deutsche Bank says it expects litigation costs of €1.5bn in the first quarter, but it still expects to be profitable.
Italy says it is "at war" with people traffickers, and has urged the EU to take robust action to stop more people dying in the Mediterranean.
Rafael Nadal makes amends for last year's defeat by Nicolas Almagro with victory over his fellow Spaniard at the Barcelona Open.
The home secretary must return an asylum seeker and her son to the UK just months after ordering their removal, the Court of Appeal rules.
Disney's research arm develops a program that can automatically dub a video with alternative speech that fits a speaker's lip movements.
So many trains full of Jews used to arrive at Auschwitz that often two would have to wait while people from the first were "processed", a former Nazi SS guard says at his trial.
Saudi Arabia accuse Iran of using the conflict and backing the Houthi rebels to create a pro-Shia 'Yemeni Hezbollah'.
Ex-SNP leader Alex Salmond says he was making a "light-hearted" point after David Cameron tweeted a video of him saying he would write Labour's Budget.
More than 40 people are reported to have been killed in clashes between Syrian Islamist rebels and Islamic State militants north of Damascus.
Lawmakers walk out of Hong Kong's legislative council in protest at proposed reforms for the next elections in the territory.
More than 250,000 books are to be handed out for free as part of World Book Night
Two years after the Rana Plaza disaster that killed more than 1,100 people, Bangladeshi garment factory workers are still struggling for their rights, as the BBC's Justin Rowlatt finds out.