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The former head of the Honduran social security programme, Mario Zelaya, is arrested, accused of fraud, bribery, abuse of public funds and money laundering.
What would the remainder of the UK be called if Scotland left the Union?
Allowing US authors for the first time caused controversy and now two have been shortlisted for the prestigious Man Booker prize 2014.
Twitter, Netflix and Reddit are among the online firms who have said they will take part in an "internet slowdown" demonstration against rules they believe endanger net neutrality.
The Kremlin's ambiguous role in 'frozen conflicts'
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The start-up rejected by 45 investors in a row
A council that was criticised after a toddler died in the care of his drug addict mother wants better funding for child protection services in Scotland.
IS captive's friends' rush to erase his online Jewish identity
The Guinness World Record book celebrates 60 years this year. Here is a look at some of records in the latest edition.
The United States puts 230 species of birds on a watch list because of their rapidly declining numbers.
Why being a working clown isn't all laughs
The governor of the Bank of England has suggested a currency union in the event of Scottish independence would not be possible.
Any suggestion that the Queen would wish to influence the Scottish referendum campaign is "categorically wrong", Buckingham Palace has said.
The first album in five years by veteran Irish rock band U2 is offered for free to the 500 million users of Apple's iTunes service.
Aberconwy MP Guto Bebb claims in the House of Commons the business partner of fellow north Wales Tory David Jones is behind a blog that has "harassed, abused and bullied" people.
Watch: The BBC's Richard Taylor takes a look at Apple's new smartwatch, which was unveiled in California on Tuesday.
Apple unveils its much anticipated Watch, as well as the latest models of its iPhone at a launch ceremony in California.
Liberia is facing a "serious threat" to its national existence as the deadly Ebola virus "spreads like wildfire", its defence minister says.