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Why Sir Richard says firms should hire more rule breakers
A judge in Chile questions seven former military officers accused over a fire attack on two students in 1986 during the government of General Pinochet.
A US woman who died in police custody told a prison guard she previously attempted suicide, according to the sheriff in Texas.
New York City has backed down in a row with taxi hailing app Uber, dropping plans to limit the number of cars it operates in the City.
Dozens are killed after bombs hit two bus stations in Nigeria's northern city of Gombe, according to witnesses and officials.
A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying three crew members to the International Space Station blasts off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Authorities in Colombia have seized 777 kg (1,713 pounds) of cocaine, with an estimated value of over $240m (£154m).
New York State fast food workers' wages will eventually rise to $15 (£9.60) an hour, after a state wage board unanimously recommended the increase.
How China is cracking down on evangelists from Hong Kong
Man accused in the deadly Charleston church shooting is indicted of dozens of federal charges, for hate crimes, murder and using a firearm.
Celtic recover from conceding an early goal to beat Stjarnan and set up a Champions League tie against Qarabag.
Liverpool sign striker Christian Benteke from Aston Villa for £32.5m to take their number of summer arrivals to seven.
The White House is in the "final stages" of drafting a plan to close the controversial US military prison Guantanamo Bay, a spokesman says.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump is to visit the border with Mexico on Thursday after making illegal immigration the focus of his campaign.
Authorities say the gunman who killed five US service members when he attacked two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee, acted alone.
Scientists come up with an improved method for building tiny 3D structures out of strands of DNA.
Oil prices have slipped after official US government data showed an unexpected rise in oil stocks last week.
US officials have denied editing Texas police dashcam footage showing the arrest of an African-American woman who died three days later in custody.
Kenya will close its airspace ahead of President Barack Obama's arrival on Friday and ban small planes during the three-day visit.
Microsoft makes it easier for revenge porn victims to have intimate images of themselves removed from its services.