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A suspect has been identified in the suicide bomb attack that killed 32 young activists in Turkey on Monday, the country's prime minister says.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan wants Jonny Bairstow to replace Gary Ballance for the third Ashes Test.
India's Supreme Court rejects a final mercy plea of a man found guilty of financing the 1993 serial bombings in the western city of Mumbai.
Customers waiting too long for energy firm Npower to deal with their complaints are to receive free energy.
Dozens of people in Egypt have apparently disappeared after being detained secretly by the security forces, Human Rights Watch says.
Labour MPs who defied the leadership to vote against the government's Welfare Bill are accused of undermining attempts to regain power.
Former celebrity publicist Max Clifford appears before magistrates charged with indecently assaulting a 17-year-old girl in the early 1980s.
Eleven baby lion cubs and four pregnant lionesses are spotted in a sanctuary in India's Gujarat state, bringing joy to wildlife officials.
Chad's former President Hissene Habre is forcibly brought to court for the second day of his trial for crimes against humanity in Senegal.
Emergency legislation passes after speed limits expire.
The funeral of Jules Bianchi is being held in his hometown of Nice as tributes to the French Formula 1 driver continue to be paid.
As President Barack Obama prepares to visit Kenya, journalist Joseph Warungu has penned a personal travel advisory for the commander-in-chief.
Microsoft has released an emergency patch for a "critical" bug present on almost every version of Windows.
Voting is under way in a controversial presidential election in Burundi amid widespread tension over President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to stand for a third consecutive term.
Kate Russell offer tips on how to chose a virtual private network provider
Newcastle United sign Belgian league top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic from Anderlecht for a reported £13m.
World Cup winner Alex Morgan becomes one of the first women to feature on the front cover of football video game Fifa 16.
Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov goes on trial in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don accused of plotting terrorist acts in Crimea.
Car insurance premiums have risen for the first time for nearly three years, with young drivers facing the biggest rises, a survey suggests.
The French-language Scrabble world championship has been won by a New Zealander who does not speak French, organisers say.