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Thai police say fingerprints found on seized bomb-making material match those of a man detained over the Bangkok shrine attack.
Magazine subscribers with WHSmith have received dozens of emails containing the details of other customers owing to a processing "bug".
Wikipedia has blocked 381 accounts for what it calls "black hat" editing - charging money for creating promotional articles using 'sock puppet' accounts.
Argentina's central bank has ordered HSBC to replace its chief executive in the country and accused it of failing to prevent tax evasion.
A fire in an apartment in Paris kills eight people, including two children, French officials say, amid reports that it may have been started deliberately.
Researchers develop a mathematical model that can help determine the surveillance effort required to detect the arrival of costly invasive pathogens.
Patches of Kielder forest are being turned into a wild laboratories, to work out the environmental triggers for common diseases.
Pupils in London face a growing funding gap, with the school-age population forecast to rise by 12% in five years, suggests a report.
Bill Turnbull announces he is leaving BBC Breakfast after nearly 15 years saying that was "more than enough for me and the audience"
Irishwoman Aisling Brady McCarthy, who spent over two years in jail in the US before a murder charge against her was dropped, returns to Ireland.
The Great British Bake Off presenter Sue Perkins says she has been living with a brain tumour for eight years.
Nick Kyrgios thinks he has learned from the controversy he generated by on-court remarks about Stan Wawrinka's girlfriend.
The director of I, Claudius and other deaths of the past month
A team of Arctic researchers as asked the Russian government for help after their remote weather station became surrounded by hungry polar bears.
The official launch party for Strictly Come Dancing has been held in London, as the contestants reveal what they are looking forward to.
Trespassers on tracks near the Channel Tunnel in France cause disruption for hundreds of passengers, amid reports of migrants climbing on trains.
Boats carrying thousands of migrants arrive overnight in mainland Greece, as the EU struggles to cope with an unprecedented influx.
Former Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda is due to go on trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague for war crimes.
Groups of volunteers have been cleaning up the Swiss Alps to collect the tonnes of rubbish left by skiers, hikers and tourists.
A City of London skyscraper, nicknamed the Walkie Talkie, wins the Carbuncle Cup, is judged to be the UK's worst new building.