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European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker denies allegations he encouraged tax avoidance during his time Luxembourg prime minister.
A Malian nurse and the patient he was treating at a clinic in Bamako become the second and third people to die from Ebola in the West African country.
Project scientist Matt Taylor says he is so confident the European Space Agency will land its probe on the comet, that he has got a new tattoo depicting the event
The Bank of England warns that inflation could fall below 1% in the next six months, because of sluggish growth in the European economy and other downward pressures.
A Danish paediatrician claims to have made a significant breakthrough in the battle against childhood obesity.
The BBC's Yogita Limaye visits the "desolate" Indian hospital where 83 sterilisation operations were carried out, and after which 13 women died.
The Russian Football Union admits they cannot afford to pay coach Fabio Capello's £7m salary.
Former Casualty star Rebekah Gibbs has died, six years after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Qatar is failing to tackle the abuse of migrant workers, Amnesty International warns, six months after work began on the World Cup 2022 stadiums.
The rebel-held east Ukrainian city of Donetsk is shaken by artillery fire amid reports of new fighting near another rebel-held city, Luhansk.
A suspected suicide attacker detonates a car bomb on a busy road in the Libyan city Tobruk, with at least three people reported killed.
Floating schools are helping indigenous communities to access education in the Philippines.
Actress Carol Ann Susi, best known for voicing the role of Mrs Wolowitz in sitcom The Big Bang Theory, dies at the age of 62.
Physicists send a beam of twisted light 3km through the air above Vienna, transmitting information in this way for the very first time in the open air.
Five banks are collectively fined $3.2bn by UK and US regulators over their foreign exchange trading operations.
UK unemployment fell by 115,000 between July and September to 1.96 million, while one measure of average earnings outstripped inflation for the first time in five years.
Asian nations as well as the US and Russia gather for wide-ranging talks in Myanmar in the country's biggest event since military rule ended.
Notorious police killer Harry Roberts is released from prison, 48 years after murdering three unarmed officers in west London.
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Some 22,000 patients of a Nottinghamshire dentist are to be recalled for tests to see if they have been infected with blood-borne viruses.