Police say they have intelligence that known English football hooligans are planning to travel to Glasgow for the Scotland v England friendly.
The families of two men who died after kidney transplants allegedly infected with a parasitic worm say they hope it will not deter others from giving or receiving organs.
A court in Northern Ireland has been told that MI5 secretly recorded a group of men as they planned attacks on police officers and judges.
A surgeon from Sierra Leone who was being treated for Ebola in the US has died, a Nebraska hospital announces.
A committee of MPs has said schools in England are not doing enough to tackle cyberbullying and online abuse.
ICC chairman Narayanaswami Srinivasan is cleared by a committee investigating corruption allegations in the Indian Premier League.
Anti-bullying policies appear to be having an effect, with thousands fewer pupils being bullied than 10 years ago, according to research.
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Police reopen an investigation into the disappearance of a woman 20 years ago as a murder inquiry.
Authorities in Brussels have charged HSBC's private banking arm, which is based in Switzerland, with assisting wealthy Belgians - including diamond dealers - in avoiding taxes.
Dr Javid Abdelmoneim wore special goggle cameras to record his time at an Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone - here he carefully removes his protective equipment.
Nearly 36 million people worldwide, or 0.5% of the world's population, live as slaves, a survey by anti-slavery campaign group Walk Free says.
A Frenchman and a Briton are believed to be among IS militants seen in the murder video of US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, officials say.
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Anglicans say 'time is right' for first women bishop
British doctor on life and death in the Ebola zone
A group of junior doctors beat a suspected thief to death at a medical college in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta, police say.
Dumb and Dumber To, the intentionally misspelt sequel to Jim Carrey's 1994 comedy, tops the US box office chart on its first weekend in cinemas.
Bird flu has been confirmed at a farm in England. What risk, if any, does this pose to people?
Opera singer Alfie Boe, nicknamed "the people's tenor" talks about staying healthy and the release of his new album Serenata.