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Chinese online giant Alibaba increases the price range of its initial public offering, meaning it could raise more than $25bn when it lists in New York.
Preacher TB Joshua believes the church collapse in Nigeria is linked to a plane being seen overhead shortly before the building fell.
West Ham produce a spirited fightback as they twice come from behind to deny Hull City victory at the KC Stadium.
Two wildfires in California have forced hundreds of people to evacuate, including one lakeside town where almost two dozen buildings burned down.
About 500 migrants drowned after their ship was rammed by another boat near Malta last week, the International Organization for Migration says.
Two van drivers had a lucky escape after a pavement explosion in central London which was caught on CCTV.
The family of a man who being detained in an Indonesian jail appeals for help to free him.
Elena Allen wins gold and silver medals in the women's skeet at the Shooting World Championships in Spain.
The UN formally takes over peacekeeping operations in Central African Republic, where about 25% of the population has fled their homes.
US President Barack Obama awards the nation's top military award to two soldiers for acts of bravery during the Vietnam War.
Whatever the outcome of the Scottish referendum on 18 September change is afoot for Wales, but what is next in Wales' devolution?
An Australian goldfish called George is recovering from successful microsurgery in which a large tumour was removed from his brain.
A breakaway Scotland would worry some EU members
Kanye West asks fans to prove their disability to him
Microsoft needs to woo Minecraft gamers after its takeover
Contactless bank cards are being introduced on London's Tube, DLR and Overground trains from Tuesday.
Steven Gerrard has been "almost jealous" after watching rivals in the Champions League during Liverpool's five-year absence.
A Flintshire woman found dead at a house in Mold had been strangled and had head injuries, the opening of an inquest reveals.
About 1,300 troops from 15 countries - including the US and other Nato members - begin a military exercise near Lviv in western Ukraine.
In the wake of the so-called Trojan Horse allegations, there will be 40 unannounced school inspections in England this month, Ofsted has revealed.