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Number five: Street-savvy spoken word artist George the Poet
London MC George The Poet takes fifth place in the BBC's Sound Of 2015 list, as the countdown to this year's winner begins.
A building is demolished after its sudden collapse in Wrexham overnight.
Rangers director Sandy Easdale gives the financially troubled club a short-term loan designed as working capital.
Firefighters in South Australia say weather conditions have eased allowing a short window to try to bring under control bushfires which have been burning for four days.
Oldham are considering pulling out of signing convicted rapist Ched Evans after 20,000 sign an online petition against the move.
Northern Ireland's first minister accuses the secretary of state of breaking her word over a panel to examine a parades dispute in north Belfast.
Work to demolish the flat where a pregnant teenager was raped and murdered is due to start.
An investigation has begun into why a car transporter, which ran aground in the Solent, started listing shortly after leaving the Port of Southampton.
Newborn babies across England will be screened for more debilitating genetic diseases from Monday.
Egypt has one of the highest rates of road deaths in the world, according to the World Health Organization.
Save the Children in Sierra Leone says "no stone will be left unturned" as it investigates how a British nurse became infected with Ebola at its treatment centre.
The search mission to find the flight data recorders from the crashed AirAsia passenger plane has resumed, as weather conditions improve over the Java Sea.
An American brewery apologises for putting a picture of Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi on its beer cans, reports say.
A Northern Irish man accused of critically injuring his brother with a single punch while he was on holiday in Sydney is released on bail.
Former Taiwanese president Chen Shui-bian is to be released from prison after being granted one month of medical parole, the justice ministry says.
Save the Children says "no stone will be left unturned" as it investigates how a British nurse contracted Ebola while volunteering in Sierra Leone.
An investigation begins into why a car transporter ship, deliberately grounded in the Solent, started listing shortly after leaving port.
The search for flight data recorders from crashed AirAsia flight QZ8501, and for its missing victims, resumes as weather conditions improve.
A Roma baby is to be buried in France later, as an inquiry is launched into the reported refusal by a mayor to grant her a grave.