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The police watchdog is to investigate 10 South Yorkshire Police officers over the handling of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.
EU migrants would have to wait two years before they can claim out of work benefits, under new plans proposed by the Labour Party.
Students in Singapore win funding to develop an app which makes people leave their phones alone.
Is it fair for a US governor to pardon his own son?
Bird flu strain found on duck farm in East Yorkshire confirmed as H5N8, same as in Netherlands, Defra says.
Alex Salmond uses his resignation speech as first minister to say "more change and better days" lie ahead for Scotland.
Minnesota Vikings player Adrian Peterson is suspended for the rest of the NFL season without pay.
Why are people still so fascinated by Charles Manson?
A 65-year-old furniture store worker from Belfast has won almost £13m in the Euromillions jackpot.
A man born in Britain has been named as one of the victims of an attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem.
Swiss duo Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka will face questions about their alleged spat in London when they face the media later.
Man Utd are unlikely to make any signings in the January transfer window, says executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu steps down a week after his predecessor, over an election in which expatriates struggled to vote.
The European Space Agency and Airbus sign a contract that will see the aerospace giant build the "back end" of America's new manned spaceship.
Aboud Dandashi is originally from Homs and he is IT project manager. He is 38-years-old and fled to Istanbul in September 2013.
Off-the-cuff remarks about digging dirt on journalists who write negative things about Uber have not gone down well with the press.
Kenyan police have arrested about 100 people in the capital, Nairobi, after a second woman was attacked for dressing indecently, a police spokesman says.
Theresa May announces plans to hold police disciplinary hearings in public and also strengthen protection for police whistleblowers.
The case of B2 in the Supreme Court puts the focus onto people living without a nationality.
Fans of forthcoming space-trading game Elite Dangerous are up-in-arms over plans to drop an offline version of the title.