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Italian mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano, who was captured in 2006 after 43 years on the run, has died in a prison hospital aged 83.
Jokes, frustrations and a call for a boycott of Philippine mangoes trend on Chinese social media after the South China Sea ruling.
Which of the contenders for the England manager's job would make you happiest...
Sunderland say they have given the FA permission to speak to Black Cats boss Sam Allardyce about the position of England manager.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Turkey will aim to develop relations with Syria, in an apparent U-Turn by the government.
Lingerie company Amoena wins a legal battle over tax on special bras worn by women who have had a mastectomy.
Obama has phoned has phoned the mother of a black man who was shot dead during a traffic stop in Minnesota, prompting protests.
A Zimbabwean Pastor, Evan Mawarire, has been charged with inciting public violence and disturbing the peace after a series of protests.
Tango is performed in the streets of Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, to protest over an increase in energy bills.
David Cameron is stepping down after six years as Britain's prime minister and nearly 11 years as Conservative leader - here are 10 key moments in his career.
Dozens of rescue workers in southern Italy are still searching the wreckage of a head-on train collision which killed at least 27 people.
The Sun-powered aircraft Solar Impulse finishes its penultimate flight, landing in Egypt's capital, Cairo, after a 48-hour flight from Seville.
A profile of Theresa May's husband Philip, the second male prime ministerial consort in UK history.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says he is not embarrassed despite a 1-0 loss in Gibraltar in the Champions League qualifiers.
China says it has the right to set up an air defence zone in the South China Sea, its latest response to a ruling on its territorial claims.
In a blog, the actress denies rumours she's pregnant before voicing fears about the impact of the "scrutiny we put women through".
Filipino boxer and newly elected senator Manny Pacquiao is planning to return to the ring, says his promoter, but the boxer says no fight is scheduled.