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An Afghan appeals court quashes death sentences imposed on four men for their part in the mob killing of a young woman in Kabul in March.
More than 40% of the complaints being dealt with by the Northern Ireland Ombudsman are about health and social services, according to a report.
People caught killing birds of prey in Wales should face stiffer punishments, wildlife campaigners say.
Police need to improve child protection, a watchdog says, after it highlights failings in Welsh and English forces.
A "culture of bullying, harassment and inappropriate behaviour" affects staff at all levels in one unit of Wales' biggest hospital, an inquiry finds.
Plans to scrap part of the UK's main sickness benefit under welfare savings are being considered, a leaked Whitehall paper seen by BBC News suggests.
Data from Taiwan's aviation regulator shows a pilot flying a crashed TransAsia plane switched off the working engine after the other lost power.
The government is expected later to elaborate on its plans to give MPs from English constituencies more say over laws exclusively affecting only England.
After Laura Bassett's own goal knocks England out of the World Cup, memories of Paul Gascoigne's tears come flooding back.
Kostas Miras owns a cafe on Aegina, an island 55km (34 miles) from Athens, and believes neither option in the upcoming referendum is good.
South Korea reports a new case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome after a four-day break in infections, bringing the infection total to 183.
England boss Mark Sampson says his side deserve to head home as heroes after suffering a semi-final defeat to Japan.
A pioneering cancer drug that harnesses the power of the immune system is approved for use in the UK.
Egypt says its army will continue its offensive in the Sinai Peninsula until it is cleared of Islamic State militants, after clashes left more than 100 dead.
A new GP IT system designed to improve quality and planning in the NHS in England is criticised for running over budget and behind schedule, by a finance watchdog.
England go out of the Women's World Cup with a 2-1 semi-final defeat by Japan, with Laura Bassett scoring an injury-time own goal.
A woman found in the US with no memory of who she was, but who was thought to be Australian, is identified by her family as American Ashley Menatta.
Police in England and Wales failed to carry out effective investigations into allegations of child abuse and neglect, a report says.
This year for Muslims in Indonesia there's a new enterprise: mobilising motorcycle taxis for food delivery is giving people more options to break their fast.