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Ukrainians learn about Nazi massacres of Jews
How a stolen mobile became a national issue in Malaysia
Anthony Crolla fails in his bid to claim the WBA lightweight title after his bout with Darleys Perez ends in a controversial draw.
La Gloria, an American experiment from another age
Russian communists are campaigning to reinstate a statue of Soviet secret police chief Felix Dzerzhinsky that was toppled in Moscow in 1991.
How I witnessed history during my 50 years as a reporter
The state prosecutor's office in Venezuela bars a former state governor, Pablo Perez, from holding office, the third such banning this week.
NHS patients in England should get results for cancer tests within four weeks of being referred by a GP by 2020 under new plans to provide "world class care".
Hundreds of campers are evacuated as brush fires threaten southern California, as a separate blaze that engulfed a highway dies down.
Suspected Islamist militants attack two military checkpoints in the Sinai peninsula, killing at least five soldiers.
At least 11 soldiers were killed in an attack on Thursday by Islamist militant gunmen west of Algeria's capital, it emerges.
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Jules Bianchi's death is a cruel reminder of the price drivers can pay and F1 will always be dangerous, says David Coulthard.
Thousands of young hopefuls queue for the chance to audition for a role in JK Rowling's Harry Potter spin-off film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
The night before a gunman killed five US service personnel in Tennessee, he sent a text message linking to a religious verse about "declaring war", a report says.
Five Czech nationals and their Lebanese driver are missing in Lebanon, prompting fears they may have been kidnapped.
Three lawnmower fanatics complete a 2,200 mile road trip - aboard sit-on machines - to raise money for charity.
American Dustin Johnson leads The Open after another weather-disrupted day, one shot clear of England's Danny Willett.
Brazil legend Pele has "back surgery" after suffering from a trapped nerve but should be released from hospital soon.
Three Britons have flown home after being arrested by police in China with other members of their tour group, the UK embassy in Beijing has said.