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Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch has gone up for sale for $100m, according to reports.
The official opening of a new football stadium tonight is timely with the scandal engulfing FIFA.
A 16-year-old boy is arrested over the murders of a man and a woman who were repeatedly stabbed in separate attacks in Colchester.
The winner of Nigeria's presidential election, Muhammadu Buhari, is to be sworn in as leader of Africa's most populous country.
Pure Gym, the UK's largest gym operator, buys rival workout chain LA Fitness.
Body dysmorphic disorder sufferer Minnie Wright tells the BBC's John Maguire about the impact the condition has on her life.
EU naval vessels rescue more than 700 migrants off Sicily, as Africans continue to attempt the perilous crossing from Libya.
A mentally ill woman who had both legs amputated was wrongly forced to fund her own care for more than 14 months, the health and local government ombudsmen rule.
Former US House of Representatives speaker Dennis Hastert faces charges of lying to the FBI over secret payments to cover up "prior misconduct".
A blanket ban on so-called legal highs is proposed in a new bill that is being published today.
China's top court says it has executed a primary school teacher found guilty of raping or sexually abusing 26 girls.
A County Tyrone property firm is planning two developments in Belfast that will provide accommodation for almost 1,300 students.
A Northern Ireland council withdraws its proposals for a number of dog exclusion zones after residents express concerns.
A review is carried out into death rates at a Denbighshire mental health unit where it is claimed patients were treated like "animals".
Drugs charities in Wales criticise a plan to place a blanket ban on "legal highs" claiming it will drive the drugs underground.
Anderson Group, one of the recruitment industry's most high profile companies, is promoting an 'aggressive' tax avoidance scheme which tax experts are calling 'abusive'.
Transport officials in Washington DC block plans by a free speech group to display a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad on the subway.
History will be made in Nigeria on Friday when for the first time power will be handed over between rival political parties.
Is the Heysel disaster English football’s forgotten tragedy?
The 209 members of Fifa are set to vote for their new president amid a huge corruption scandal, with Sepp Blatter seeking a fifth term.