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Militants with suspected ties to Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram raid a village in northern Cameroon, police say, killing 10 people.
A man being treated for Ebola-like symptoms dies in Saudi Arabia, in what could be the latest outbreak's first fatality outside Africa.
At least one person is reported killed as floods hit Serbia and Bosnia, three months after heavy flooding killed almost 80 people in the region.
One of the scientists who worked on the Rosetta project has a tattoo of the probe landing on the comet on his leg.
Washington’s journey from murder capital to boomtown
Do Australia's homegrown jihadists pose a domestic threat?
Rupert Murdoch says he is 'resolute' in his decision to drop a bid for Time Warner, as 21st Century Fox reports better than expected results.
Ards Borough Council accept an offer of almost £1m from the executive to keep open and redevelop Northern Ireland's aquarium.
At least 60 people have been killed in an Iraqi air strike on premises controlled by rebels in the northern city of Mosul, officials say.
Rupert Isaacson believes he has found a method to ease the dysfunctional symptoms associated with autism.
Celtic's ambitions of a third successive Champions League campaign founder as they crash to a 2-0 defeat at Murrayfield.
Russian President Vladimir Putin bans or limits agricultural imports from countries imposing sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine.
A man is arrested in Pennsylvania after Microsoft discovered suspected child abuse images in his OneDrive and email accounts and alerted officials.
Tarik Jasarevic from the World Health Organisation told the BBC that an experimental drug has been used.
Several hundred people say prayers for peace at a vigil at Belfast City Hall.
A US couple, who were married for nearly 62 years, died just hours apart, their granddaughter has said.
Theodore Wafer, who killed an unarmed black woman on his suburban Detroit porch, should have called the police if he was afraid, prosecutors say.