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A View from the Bridge addresses issues like illegal immigration and inappropriate relations with minors in a production that feels up to date.
Greece suggests its list of reforms aimed at securing a bailout extension will include fighting tax evasion and streamlining the civil service.
A bomb kills at least three people and injures 10 at a patriotic march in Ukraine's second city, Kharkiv, as the ceasefire in the east takes hold.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso is airlifted to hospital after crashing in testing in Barcelona but is "OK and conscious".
Police in the Indian Ocean archipelago of the Maldives arrest opposition leader and former President Mohamed Nasheed.
Officers probing allegations of racism by Chelsea fans in Paris say they have identified three men at the centre of the Metropolitan Police appeal.
HSBC is open to criminal charges in the UK over its Swiss tax-dodging scandal, says former director of public prosecutions Lord Ken Macdonald.
Shikhar Dhawan hits 137 as India maintain their unbeaten start to the World Cup with a 130-run win over South Africa.
Companies that fail to prevent tax evasion could face penalties as part of a plan announced by Lib Dem Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander.
A fire which destroyed a storage warehouse in south-east London is being treated as arson, police say
Alastair Leithead reports from Hollywood on last-minute preparations ahead of the 87th Academy Awards ceremony.
Saving Christmas, Kirk Cameron's comedy about the true meaning of the festival, is the big winner at the annual celebration of movie mediocrity, the Razzies.
The family of a Glasgow woman who may have encouraged three London girls to join militants in Syria say security services "failed" to stop them leaving.
Australia's security hotline had 18 calls about the gunman before his attack on a Sydney cafe, but none suggested an imminent attack, a report says.
Rafael Nadal is beaten by Fabio Fognini at the Rio Open as he loses his first semi-final on clay for 12 years.
Rebels in eastern Ukraine agree to begin to pull back heavy weapons from the frontline, a Russian general involved in the truce deal says.
A ceremony has taken place in New York to mark the 50th anniversary of Malcolm X's murder.
The final countdown to the Oscars is under way with Birdman and Boyhood vying to win best picture at Sunday's ceremony.
Birdman beats Boyhood to the top prize at the Independent Spirit awards, a day before the films go up against each other at the Oscars.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon calls for the SNP to be included in pre-election talks with the civil service in Whitehall.