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The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has announced a pilot scheme to put age ratings on online music videos after concerns many are too graphic.
Libya's government says it does not know who was behind reported air strikes carried out overnight by unidentified war planes on the capital Tripoli.
Man United's £100m bid for Angel Di Maria, Southampton want Alvaro Gonzalez, Ezequiel Lavezzi on the market, plus more.
Pakistani opposition party led by Imran Khan says it is to resign all seats in parliament in a bid to oust Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Three men are found guilty of murdering a mother who was shot dead while out celebrating her 24th birthday in north-west London.
Crystal Palace are fined by the Premier League for their involvement in last season's 'spygate' incident with Cardiff.
Following earlier denials, Liberia admits that 17 suspected Ebola patients are "missing" after a health centre was looted on Saturday.
The Home Office is told to pay £224m to a major US corporation it sacked for failing to deliver a controversial secure borders programme.
A takeover battle involving US dollar stores becomes a three-way fight after Dollar General unveils a $9.7bn bid for a rival chain.
Reigning champion Rafael Nadal pulls out of the US Open after failing to recover from a wrist injury.
The German ambassador to Turkey is called to the foreign ministry over reports that Germany spied on Turkish officials.
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Israelis and Palestinians try to agree a long-term deal on Gaza's future and end weeks of deadly fighting before a five-day ceasefire expires.
Fleets of self-driving lorries could be tested on UK roads as soon as next year, according to reports.
Kenya's Western-funded anti-terrorism police unit has carried out a series of killings and "enforced disappearances" during its fight against militant Islamists, a rights group says.
James Anderson says he will not curb his aggression as he closes in on Sir Ian Botham's Test wicket record for England.
Khat - a plant used as a stimulant - was banned as a class C drug in the UK earlier this year. This has meant that its mainly Kenyan producers and exporters have been forced to direct their supplies closer to home, to Somalia.
Facebook is testing a new feature that warns users of satirical content posted from sites like the Onion.
A gorge in Taiwan, cut through rocks raised by a 1999 earthquake, is disappearing at an unprecedented rate, taking geological evidence with it.
Non EU member Switzerland has not imposed sanctions on Russia - a situation that does not please its biggest trading partner, the European Union.