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An 18-year-old man dies and two teenagers are injured after a fight broke out at a Coventry nightclub in the early hours.
The first planeloads of international aid arrive on the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu, devastated by "monster" Cyclone Pam on Saturday.
Twin bomb blasts kill at least 10 people and leave dozens hurt at churches in the Pakistani city of Lahore, local officials say.
Satellite images reveal Syria's suffering
A video has emerged appearing to show Wayne Rooney being knocked out in a boxing bout with Phil Bardsley in his kitchen.
The Archbishop of Calcutta has called for increased security at a convent where an elderly nun was raped calling the attack "heinous and diabolical".
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says his party would do a post-general election deal with the Conservatives in exchange for an EU referendum in 2015.
Lewis Hamilton dominates the Australian Grand Prix, as only 11 cars finish the season-opening race.
Parliament in China endorses government plans to reduce the country's economic growth target by half a percent, to 7%.
West Indies all but secure a place in the World Cup quarter-finals with a six-wicket win over the United Arab Emirates.
About 2,000 people attend a funeral march for German woman Ivana Hoffmann who died fighting Islamic State militants in Syria.
The Vatican says force may be necessary to stop attacks by Islamic State militants on Christians and other minorities in the Middle East.
Getting too little sleep in the week and having to make up at the weekend may contribute to obesity and type 2 diabetes, a study suggests.
And other images of life from normally inaccessible Eritrea
Top EU diplomat Federica Mogherini announces a visit to Havana later this month in another sign of Cuba's growing ties with the West.
Campaign against Facebook emoji and other trends of the week
The overturning of a conviction for under-age sex raises the possibility of a return to frontline politics for Silvio Berlusconi, says Mark Duff.
The Liberal Democrats are "here to stay", and will defy poor poll predictions in the general election, Nick Clegg will tell party supporters later.
Sneaking on to Onassis's yacht to catch him with Jackie Kennedy
A bus plunges off a cliff near the city of Joinville in southern Brazil, killing at least 32 people, police say.