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Unlawful killing verdicts are recorded at the inquest into three members of the same family and a cyclist who were murdered in the French Alps in 2012.
The home secretary has downplayed the prime minister's previously stated target of reducing net migration to the tens of thousands by the end of this Parliament.
The negative atmosphere created by Tottenham's fans at their White Hart Lane home is damaging confidence, says Emmanuel Adebayor
Some of the world's top scientists have won huge cash prizes at an awards show in Silicon Valley, in California.
Brazil midfielder Oscar signs a new contract with Chelsea that will keep him at the Premier League club until 2019.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says teenage girls should not be allowed to feel maths and science subjects are "the preserve of men".
Bob Geldof says a fourth incarnation of the Band Aid charity single will feature Elbow, One Direction, Ed Sheeran and many more.
Hundreds of relatives and friends gather in Amsterdam to remember those who died on Malaysia Airlines MH17 over Ukraine.
A man who refuses to return his young daughter to Wales after kidnapping her and taking her to Libya two years ago is jailed for six-and-a-half years.
Verdicts on Peter Capaldi's first series as The Doctor
Great Britain's Rachael Letsche is crowned the senior women's World Tumbling Champion at the final in Florida, USA.
A Palestinian has been arrested after an Israel soldier was stabbed in what police said was a 'terror attack' in Tel Aviv.
How much is this view across London now worth?
A ban on lone adults entering an adventure park is blamed on a "sinister" ex-mayor - even though the offences he was jailed for have no connection with the park.
Theresa May says the European Arrest Warrant is about fighting crime - but opponents say it's just another cave-in to a growing Brussels superstate.
24 hours of news images: 10 November
A grandfather who was refused entry to a family park because he was a lone adult says he felt "discriminated against".
Why would e-cigarette advertising be 'sexual'?
Police in Rotherham tore up paperwork relating to one child sex abuse victim and stopped another from being medically examined, the BBC is told.
Delegates arriving at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) summit in Beijing were treated to an illuminated red carpet and crowds of dancers.