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A swathe of emails from the inbox of Ashley Madison's chief executive is being inspected by security experts and journalists.
The archive of Booker Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro is acquired by the University of Texas in Austin, US.
The Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko speaks at a military parade in Kiev to mark the 24th anniversary of Ukraine's independence from Moscow.
Muslim Drag Queens, a new Channel 4 documentary, tackles one of the last taboos of the British Asian community.
The parents of Reeva Steenkamp criticise the verdict in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial for the first time, saying their daughter's killing was deliberate.
The BBC's Steve Evans reports from South Korea's Unification Bridge on anger at what many see as increasing 'provocation' by North Korea's Kim Jong-un.
Why the Chinese share price falls do not mean we are having a repeat of the 2008 crash.
Three bodies found near the summit of Ecuador's Chimborazo volcano may be those of French climbers who went missing 20 years ago.
Andrew Strauss says batsman Ian Bell still has the ability to play for England, providing he retains the motivation and drive.
Two men due to compete in the event have been arrested at the venue after firearms, ammunition and a hunting knife were found in their car.
The anniversary of Richard Attenborough's death is commemorated with the release of previously unseen family pictures.
It's being reported that One Direction are taking a year out in 2016 after the release of their fifth album - here's why they need the rest.
Straight Outta Compton holds on to the top spot at the North American box office and crosses the $100m barrier after making its debut last week.
South Africa's currency falls to an all-time low against the US dollar as it suffers the effects of a slowdown in China's economy.
German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel visits an asylum seekers' shelter where dozens of police were hurt in clashes with right-wing demonstrators.
Did big personalities cause the financial crash?
Three Americans and a Briton who foiled a suspected terror attack on a train receive France's top honour from President Francois Hollande.
More than 120,000 migrants have travelled through Budapest so far this year - triple the numbers seen last year - with Keleti station now home to thousands of migrants.
The death toll of the Shoreham air crash could rise to 20, police say.
A Hong Kong journalist is detained in Bangkok for carrying body armour and a helmet, which he used while reporting on the recent bomb blast.