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The big accountancy firm Grant Thornton is being sued by the Manchester building society for £49m for the negligent auditing of its accounts.
Two French police officers are to appear in court accused of failing to help two boys whose deaths prompted weeks of rioting in 2005.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested at his Birmingham home on suspicion of preparing to travel to Syria to join IS, police say.
Pakistan's Christian minority block roads and burn tyres in protest against attacks on two churches which killed 15 people.
A Swansea electronics company is to move to new premises, creating 118 jobs by 2018, after securing £2.5m in funding.
Wednesday's Budget could be the most important in the 40-year history of the North Sea oil and gas industry, a leading industry figure says.
The eldest daughter of Malaysia's jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is arrested for alleged sedition.
Former Equalities and Human Rights Commission head Trevor Phillips warns about "not being able to have a straight conversation" about people's "racial or religious differences".
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting for his political survival in Tuesday's elections, but despite his party lagging in polls he may well still emerge the victor, says the BBC's Kevin Connolly.
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet will hold talks with the club's hierarchy on Monday with doubts over his future.
Cuba grants approval to the artist Kcho to operate the country's first public wireless hub at his Havana cultural centre.
Test Match Special pundits size up the eight teams competing for World Cup glory in Melbourne on 29 March.
WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell will receive £36m from the advertising giant's controversial incentive plan.
President Vladimir Putin puts Russia's navy on a state of full combat readiness in the Arctic as part of major military drills, reports say.
The BBC looks at some of the numbers involved in Israel's election this week.
A new live-action version of Cinderella, directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh, tops the North American box office.
Tory Party chairman Grant Shapps has said he was mistaken over the dates of his outside employment when speaking to LBC.
A meteor believed to be the cause of phone calls to the Coastguard is photographed from the shores of Loch Ness.
The remains of King Richard III are to be reburied at Leicester Cathedral on 26 March 2015, as Sian Lloyd reports.
The BBC's Jon Donnison reports on the damage in a village just outside the capital, Port Vila.