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A former slaughterhouse manager is cleared of child sex abuse in Wrexham in the 1980s.
A house owned by a Luton family that may be in Syria was raided and a woman was stopped at Heathrow a day before 12 members left the UK, the BBC discovers.
Irish singer and TV entertainer Val Doonican dies aged 88.
Seven Mexican police officers are charged with torturing witnesses of the Tlatlaya killings to allegedly force them to give false evidence.
Heat and humidity in the atmosphere on the hottest July day recorded in the UK ends with dramatic storms across the north of the country.
The BBC is to cut 1,000 jobs after a £150m shortfall was discovered in its licence fee income.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter says he has a clean conscience and anyone who calls him corrupt should be sent to jail.
A range of robots are on display at the Innorobo event in France, including the most advanced domestic robot to go on sale to the public.
Prince removes his music from a number of paid streaming services.
The founding chairman of a leading rural development and anti-poverty organisation wins the 2015 World Food Prize.
A week-long delay in realising a notorious criminal had been murdered has left police with a "challenging" crime scene, a senior detective says.
The former Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen apologises for 'hardship and distress" caused by the Irish financial crisis which began during his tenure.
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A "vicious" fox traps eight people inside a sports club for three hours, biting one woman and chasing a cyclist into a field.
Up to 40,000 properties in the North East were left power when violent storms struck on the hottest day of 2015.
The UN Security Council imposes sanctions on six generals accused of fuelling the 18-month conflict in South Sudan, the world's newest state.
Val Doonican, the singer and TV presenter, has died at the age of 88. David Sillito looks back at his life and career.
Lord Dubs, a Czech-born British Labour Party politician, recalls how Sir Nicholas Winton rescued him from the Nazi regime.
From machines that can help around the house, to ones that could be used as sales assistants, robots can change the way we live our lives.
Swiss adventurer Andre Borschberg breaks the record for the longest ever non-stop solo-flight without refuelling, as his solar-powered plane continues to reach across the Pacific.