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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.
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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.
Allegations that a former prime minister under Nicolas Sarkozy tried to halt the ex-president's political comeback have shaken French politics.
Top scientists have been awarded huge cash prizes at a ceremony on Sunday in California.
New global rules to prevent banks that are "too big to fail" from being bailed out by taxpayers are welcomed by the Governor of the Bank of England.
An energy firm plans to build the UK's first underground coal gasification plant after finding 335 million tonnes of coal under the Firth of Forth.
Sending a Conservative peer to represent Scottish fishermen at EU talks is a "slap in the face" for Scotland, the country's fisheries minister says.
Former England captain Jamie Peacock says Canberra Raiders will be "fuming" at Josh Hodgson party video.
One of London's most distinctive office buildings, the Gherkin, has been bought by a Brazilian group for more than £700m.
Developer Blizzard has announced a team-based shooting game called Overwatch.