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The Iraqi TV show where 'bombers' meet victims face-to-face
A five-year-old boy from Cornwall is sent an invoice for failing to attend a friend's birthday party - and the row could lead to court action.
Liverpool pull out of Origi deal, Tony Pulis bids for Callum McManaman, De Gea and £40m for Bale, plus more.
Drone footage shows the war-torn remains of Donetsk airport, as Ukrainian officials say their forces have retaken the airport in the eastern city of Donetsk
Wealth amassed by the richest 1% will soon overtake the amount owned by everyone else in the world, says charity group Oxfam.
Soldiers and Shia rebels clash near the presidential palace in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, two days after the president's chief of staff was seized.
A woman whose son came back to Britain after fighting in Syria says returning fighters need more support.
The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots both win to book their places in next month's Super Bowl.
Police in China have shot dead two Uighurs who were among a group trying to illegally cross into Vietnam, state media say.
Voters go to the polls in Zambia's presidential elections on Tuesday following the death of its leader Michael Sata last year
The BBC's Ibrahima Diané returns to his home country to look at the particular problems facing Guinea in its fight against Ebola.
The reported theft by Chinese spies of designs for Australia's new warplane, the US-built F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jet, highlights cyber-espionage risks, Australia's FM says.
At least 14 people are arrested in India's northern Bihar state after three Muslims were burnt alive when a mob set fire to dozens of homes.
Coming-of-age drama Boyhood has added to its haul of film awards by winning the top prize from the London Critics' Circle.
The trade in bees used for honey or to pollinate crops could have a devastating impact on wild bees and other insects, say scientists.
Andy Murray makes a solid start to his Australian Open campaign with a straight-sets win over India's Yuki Bhambri.
Protests continue at Australia's Manus Island asylum detention camp in PNG, with hundreds of detainees reportedly on hunger strike and some barricaded in.
Pope Francis departs for Rome after drawing huge crowds and spreading a message of alleviating poverty in the Philippines.
Hundreds of people hold a candlelit vigil outside the Acropolis Museum in Athens to call for the return of the Parthenon Marbles.
Executing Australian smugglers will not solve Indonesia's drug problem, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says.