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Boats carrying 114 people have landed at the RAF base at Akrotiri in Cyprus, the Ministry of Defence says.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp criticises the handling of young players after Jordan Rossiter is injured on England duty.
Video-streaming site YouTube is to launch a paid-for service that will offer a range of original programmes to subscribers.
Prime Minister Manuel Valls promises a tough response after members of a community of travellers went on the rampage in south-eastern France.
Two Chinese diplomats are killed and a third wounded after a woman opens fire at a restaurant in the central Philippine city of Cebu.
'It was easier to get a pistol than an organic tomato'
EDF Energy reaches an agreement with China's CGN for a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset.
Chris Rock is returning to host next year's Oscars ceremony, its producers David Hill and Reginald Hudlin have announced.
The army's most high ranking agent within the IRA is to be investigated about the murder of at least 24 people.
US Vice-President Joe Biden attacks Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for saying that Republicans are her enemies.
No other parties were involved in the death of a British woman at an Istanbul airport, her family and employers believe.
Tents are set alight at a transit camp in Slovenia, allegedly by migrants angry at poor living conditions and not being moved on fast enough.
Syria's President Assad has held talks with Russia's President Putin on a surprise visit to Moscow, his first foreign trip since civil war started in 2011.
A US Marine Corps pilot is killed as an F-18 Hornet jet crashes on farmland near an RAF base near the border between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.