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Tributes are paid to three-year-old Emmerdale actor Harry Whittaker who died last week.
The World Health Organization says all men who have sex with men should be offered antiretroviral drugs to help reduce the number of new HIV infections.
A search is under way for the mother after a newborn baby girl is found abandoned in a bin for recycling bottles in the northern French town of Rouvroy.
Germany says it was right to order out the top CIA official in Berlin over alleged spying and urges an "honest" partnership with the US.
Katie Melua admits she was "clueless and inexperienced" when she was advised to sign up to a tax avoidance scheme known as Liberty.
A teenage girl in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand has been raped in apparent revenge for an alleged assault on another woman, police say.
Non-fans celebrate end of World Cup
Thousands of pictures including "naked selfies" have been extracted from factory-wiped phones by a Czech Republic-based security firm.
Images from around the world taken over the past 24 hours
What can Israel and Hamas gain from latest fighting?
Liverpool agree to sell striker Luis Suarez, for a fee understood to be around £75m, to Spanish giants Barcelona.
Investors have delivered a blow to fashion house Burberry, by voting against the company's pay policy at the annual general meeting in London.
David Cameron says the government is to give local authorities the power to stage motor races on public roads.
A service that lets people buy and sell public parking spaces in San Francisco is suspending operations in the city.
Portugal's central bank seeks to steady investors' nerves, saying the country's largest listed bank, Banco Espirito Santo, does not need extra funds.