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Multiple Canadian government websites have been brought back online after they went dark for several hours in a hacking attack.
Serbia's prime minister says he is "surprised and shocked" by a Hungarian plan to erect a border fence to keep out migrants.
The four candidates for the Labour leadership face questions from the public in the first televised debate between the would-be leaders of the opposition.
Sabine Lisicki sets a world record for aces in a women's singles match by firing 27 in a second-round win in Birmingham.
Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans tells the BBC's One Show that auditions will be held to find his co-hosts for Top Gear.
Several mosques have been hit by a series of explosions in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, causing dozens of casualties, officials say.
The new camera can sense movement in a user's home and alert them via their smartphone. The firm also updated its existing products.
The US central bank , the Federal Reserve, has kept its main interest rate at 0%, where it has been since the 2008 financial crisis.
The four contenders for the leadership of the Labour Party are taking part in the first live television debate of the contest to replace Ed Miliband.
Leicester sack three players who took part in a racist sex tape, including manager Nigel Pearson's son James.
A BBC investigation has found children and teenagers are being recruited online by new groups of far right extremists trying to encourage hatred of Muslims.
Husband of murdered RUC officer to take legal action against IRA informer and PSNI boss.
Olympic champion Jade Jones claims gold in the final of the -57kg class of taekwondo at the European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Chad bans people from wearing the full-face Islamic veil, saying it is to counter militants after Monday's twin suicide bombings.
Shoppers at a Tesco store had to be told to "sit" like dogs before they scrambled for reduced price meat.
Scientists at Dundee University develop an "exciting" new single-dose malaria drug to combat drug-resistant parasites.
Defence Secretary Ashton Carter questions Iraq's commitment to fighting Islamic State and criticises the availability of Iraqi military recruits.
Military sexual assault happens because people are "biologically wired in a certain way", Canada's top military general said on Tuesday.
People in Nuneaton shown photos of the Labour leadership hopefuls struggle to name them, as the contenders hold a hustings in the town
The main suspect in a deadly attack on a Jewish restaurant in Paris in 1982 has been arrested in Jordan, French prosecutors say.