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The search for two fishermen missing in the North Sea is "unlikely" to resume, the Maritime and Coastguard (MCA) agency says.
US tightrope walker Nik Wallenda completes back-to-back high-wire walks above Chicago - both without a safety harness, and one while blindfolded.
How is Germany coping with a rise in immigration?
More than 50 people in Pakistan have been killed in a suicide bombing close to the country's only border crossing with India, officials say.
The people who draw the missing and dead
The myth of the Kurdish female fighter taking on Islamic State
The Australian government says it will target fire, weeds and feral animals in a new strategy to protect threatened species at Kakadu National Park.
What are the options for a new constitutional settlement?
Argentina temporarily bans the consumer products giant Procter & Gamble from doing business amid accusations of tax fraud.
Elections held by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine are "a new obstacle on the path towards peace", the European Union says.
Weight loss surgery can dramatically reduce the odds of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a major study.
The number of children living in temporary accommodation in Britain is at a three year high, a charity's analysis of official figures suggests.
There are calls to scrap plans for Japan's 2020 Olympic Games stadium, as Rupert Wingfield-Hayes explains.
New chiefs at GCHQ and MI6 face big challenges and busy agendas
The Glastonbury co-founder, and other notable deaths
Visitors have flocked to Singapore's latest attraction, but can the wax museum thrive in Asia?
What's it like to be the daughter of a serial killer?
Britain's confrontation with the EU over immigration is the subject of a number of stories in Monday's press, and there is more on the double murder mystery from Hong Kong.
Olympic medallist Chris Boardman gave BBC News his top tips for making cycling in the city safe and enjoyable.
A study says more than 400,000 workers in Scotland are still being paid less than the living wage, which has risen by 20p to £7.85 an hour.