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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.
Pictures of the children nobody wants
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.
An inquest into the murder of a woman who was killed in an act of cannibalism is to be held on Friday.
At least 200 people protest in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, after a group of men tore off a woman's clothes for wearing a miniskirt.
Facebook is developing a platform for professionals to network and collaborate on documents, according to the Financial Times.
Police span a "web of lies" that led to the "vitriolic" Plebgate press campaign against the then chief whip Andrew Mitchell, a court hears.
Thai police say two Americans have left the country after trying to smuggle out preserved body parts, including a baby's head and foot.
Professor Adrian Hill and trial volunteer Ruth Atkins discuss the progress of an experimental Ebola vaccine.
Scotland could become the first country in the UK to legally oblige hospitals to serve nutritional meals to patients.
President Putin on the edge of the family photograph at the G20 summit in Australia.
A demolition team has begun tearing down a cottage dubbed the "house of evil", where Mark Bridger is believed to have murdered five-year-old April Jones.
There are more than 10,000 students from the UK at university in the US, up by 8% on the previous year.
Elected mayors for larger English cities are seen as one way to devolve power from Westminster.
Police in Thailand say two Americans have left the country after trying to smuggle out body parts.