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Burberry, the UK luxury fashion brand, announces a strong rise in sales but warns that profits could be hit by unfavourable exchange rates.
Up to 20 people are killed in Israeli air strikes on Gaza, Palestinian sources say, as militants continue firing rockets at Israel.
The world's largest underground trampoline has been unveiled in a cave in Blaenau Ffestiniog, North Wales.
Ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, has just resurfaced after spending 31 days living underwater.
The new president of the Royal College of Surgeons says the 18-week waiting target for routine operations in England should be reviewed.
A rehabilitation centre for injured soldiers at Headley Court in Surrey will move to a new site in the East Midlands.
Adverts for charities, government organisations and the BBC are running on video sharing websites before some jihadi videos, Newsnight finds.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has been sentenced to two years probation in connection with the egging of his neighbour's home.
Thousands of public sector workers are taking strike action on Thursday in protest at a range of issues including pay and pensions.
Indonesia's outgoing president urges both election camps to keep supporters in check while counting takes place, after both claim victory.
Comic book writer Alan Moore says a council's plans to sell a 4,000-year-old Egyptian statue valued at about £6m "could only be catastrophic".
David Cameron's pledge to toughen the rules governing unions' strike ballots makes headlines, while tax avoidance remains on front pages.
Argentina's World Cup final date at the Maracana on Sunday may mean the worst is still to come for hosts Brazil, says Phil McNulty.
Iraq warns the UN that Sunni militants have seized nuclear materials used for scientific research at a university in Mosul.
A US farmer who lost his mobile phone in a grain pit has it returned - nine months later from a different continent.
The 800th anniversary of Magna Carta is the right time for a debate on the merits of a written constitution, MPs say.
There has been a "significant" and worrying deterioration in the standards of British jails, the chief inspector of prisons in England and Wales says.
Brazilian police formally accuse the director of a Fifa partner firm and 11 other people over an alleged World Cup ticket-reselling scandal.
How to Train Your Dragon sequel aims to outdo original
Oscar Wilde's court ordeal brought to stage by his grandson