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The young Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai has said that Boko Haram is 'misusing the name of Islam' by saying that girls should not have an education.
Ukrainian forces have set up checkpoints on a line between territory controlled by the Ukrainian authorities, and that controlled by pro-Russian separatists. Vitaly is a Ukrainian soldier on patrol in the Donetsk region.
'Ladies in White' dissidents say they were detained in the Cuban capital while marking 20 years since 37 people drowned trying to flee the island.
Banking giant Citigroup will pay $7bn (£4bn) to US authorities to settle an investigation into risky sub-prime mortgages.
More than 20 million UK viewers tune in to see Germany beat Argentina in the World Cup final on Sunday.
Baroness Butler-Sloss says she is stepping aside as the head of an inquiry into allegations of historical child abuse.
The company issues a rebuttal after Chinese state media carries claims it is a national security threat
Child neglect is to blame for "absolutely appalling" levels of children needing their teeth pulled in hospital, a dental charity says.
The BBC has learned that Nvidia will shortly unveil a new gaming device that can run Android and PC titles and is controlled by a separate gamepad.
The Ukrainian air force says it has hit targets near the city of Luhansk, as troops try to push pro-Russian rebels away from the airport.
Pakistani rights activist Malala Yousafzai is due to meet Nigeria's president to press for more action to free the schoolgirls held by militant Islamists.
Non-EU patients are to be charged 150% of the cost of NHS treatment in a fresh crackdown on so-called "health tourism".
A former solicitor general says Baroness Butler-Sloss should step aside as head of an inquiry into alleged historical child abuse.
New eurozone jitters overshadow EU top jobs rivalry
Rough footage from the new series of Doctor Who featuring Peter Capaldi is leaked on the internet, just six weeks before it is due to be broadcast.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes bursts into the North American box office taking $73m (£42.6m) in its opening weekend.
New Zealand approves mass poisoning to protect native wildlife.
Ex-Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene says he will retire from Test cricket after the series against Pakistan in August.
Israeli air strikes on Gaza and rocket fire on Israel continue as Israel's operation against Palestinian militants enters its seventh day.
Argentine police clash with rioters in the capital Buenos Aires after the country's 1-0 defeat to Germany in the football World Cup final.