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Mozambique's president and former rebel leader are to sign a ceasefire after the latter returned to the capital for the first time in two years.
Apple is to bolster iCloud security after intimate pictures of celebrities were stolen and published online.
Crowds flock to watch a display of 22 military aircraft from nine countries fly over Newport and Cardiff during the Nato summit.
From Slammin' Sam to the 2015 World Cup - England and Lions great Jeremy Guscott on the new rugby union season.
Pearls of wit from acid-tongued US comedian Joan Rivers
Relatives of one of the victims of a torpedo attack which claimed 250 lives provide a wreath to be laid to mark its 100th anniversary.
A prototype smartphone app records and responds to the social anxiety experienced by autistic users.
About 600 people attend a series of prayer meetings in Rotherham held for victims of child abuse.
Dozens are killed after flooding caused by incessant rain across Indian- and Pakistani-administered Kashmir.
A man held in connection with a suspected beheading of an 82-year-old woman in north London remains under police guard in hospital.
Google's Motorola division confirms details of its much anticipated smartwatch with a circular screen, which the firm claims to be more stylish than rivals.
Police shoot dead a man who was threatening a woman with a knife at a house in north London.
Mobile phones have made wearing a watch strictly optional - but some watch firms are still prospering, as the Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair shows.
In his latest BBC column, Lewis Hamilton talks about his collision with Nico Rosberg, the clear-the-air talks and a night out at the GQ awards.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko expresses careful optimism that a deal can be agreed with Russia to end fighting in the east of his country.
Police in Northern Ireland announce a zero-tolerance crackdown on a range of motoring offences in response to a rise in road deaths in the region.
Roger Federer fights back from two sets down against Gael Monfils to win a thrilling five-set US Open quarter-final in New York.
Australian minister defends medical care given to an asylum seeker who activists say has been declared brain dead, after he cut his foot.
Robert Downey Jr drama The Judge opens the 39th Toronto International Film Festival in Canada, where 300 films will be screened over 11 days.
US veterinary surgeons operating on a sick dog discover the cause of their patient's malaise - 43 and a half socks.