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A man accused of murdering four men in east London is also charged with poisoning, rape and sexual assault.
Chris Froome can continue competing at the highest level for "three or four more years", Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford believes.
Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon outlines her next steps in securing Scotland's position in Europe, a month on from the Brexit vote.
A failed Syrian asylum seeker has exploded a bomb outside a music festival in southern Germany, killing himself and wounding 12 other people.
Additional US troops are arriving in northern Iraq to provide assistance in a major push to recapture Mosul from the so-called Islamic State.
Actress Ellen DeGeneres says the Finding Nemo sequel is so emotional there's something wrong with people who don't cry.
Prince Harry hosts an event for the mental health charity, Heads Together, attended by sports stars including Rio Ferdinand and Kelly Holmes.
Twenty years after a 16-year-old boy vanished on a night out in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, the BBC has spent months reinvestigating the case.
The final brick of Lego is added to a model replica of Durham Cathedral, three years since it started being built.
Two people are killed and up to 16 more injured after a shooting at a nightclub in the Florida city of Fort Myers, police report.
A man dies and at least two people are "seriously injured" in a disturbance at a party in Surrey.
UK betting firm William Hill is approached by rival gambling companies 888 and Rank Group about a merger.
A teenage girl who was arrested at school over claims of bullying describes her treatment by police as a "nightmare".
A Chinese man who first made his fortune selling bamboo hopes to invest £1bn ($1.3bn) to "transform" the UK steel city of Sheffield.
Prince Harry says he regrets that he did not speak about the death of his mother, Princess Diana, until three years ago.
Shares in Japanese gaming giant Nintendo fall sharply as the firm says the success of Pokemon Go will only have a limited impact on its earnings.
A man and woman arrested after a five-year-old boy died at a water park have been released on bail, police say.
Africa’s only gay radio station broadcasts from South Africa, trying to counter homophobia and break down stereotypes.
After several more schools were set alight in Kenya, pupils, parents and officials tell the BBC what they think is behind the arson.
As the Indian kitchen has moved up from the ground to a waist-high counter, the food cooked has also changed, writes Amita Baviskar