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World leaders looking uncomfortable shaking hands
A glass walkway which gives visitors a bird's eye view of traffic is unveiled at London's Tower Bridge.
A taped recording of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher reveals the then US president apologising for the country's invasion of Grenada.
Why God was not killed by the Great War
A woman is stripped naked and paraded on a donkey on the orders of a caste council in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan.
A relative of Kabir Ahmed, who is believed to have carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq, has described how he became a "different" man at university.
David Cameron tells business leaders that the prospect of an EU referendum is not damaging the UK economy, claiming investment is flourishing.
A review of sentencing procedure is called for after a woman was killed in an act of cannibalism by a man who had only just been released from prison
Surfers are "giving up" on Europe's first artificial surf reef in Dorset, claiming it doesn't create waves.
Inquests into the deaths of 96 football fans in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster reach their 100th day.
Emergency measures are put in place to safeguard vulnerable residents at a Dumfries care home after it suffers a complete loss of power.
The lead singer of Irish band The Cranberries, Dolores O'Riordan, is arrested following an alleged attack on an air hostess and a police officer.
Illuminating the structure of matter
Pop singer Cheryl Fernandez-Versini becomes the first UK female solo artist to have five UK number one singles.
Cheryl Fernandez Versini says it "feels surreal" to be the first British female artist to score five UK number one singles.
How a blind sculptor carved Christ by touch alone
German international Christoph Kramer scores an unusual own goal for Borussia Monchengladbach to hand Borussia Dortmund a 1-0 victory.
A cottage dubbed the "house of evil" where Mark Bridger is believed to have killed five-year-old April Jones in mid Wales two years ago is being prepared for demolition.
Outsourcing firm Serco's shares have plunged after it unveiled plans to raise up to £550m through selling new shares and cut its profit forecast.
Treasury slapped on the wrist for rail fares release.