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The UN General Assembly calls for North Korea to be referred to the International Criminal Court to face charges of crimes against humanity.
Infection control experts start an investigation into a cluster of C. difficile cases at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli gets a one-match ban and £25,000 fine from the FA as punishment for his Super Mario tweet.
One of the UK's most wanted fugitives is arrested while attempting to return to Britain in a light aircraft.
Minecraft maker Mojang is planning a spin-off game based on its hugely popular block-building title.
EU leaders begin a Brussels summit focusing on an ambitious investment plan for Europe and the bloc's strained ties with Russia.
The body of a man shot dead by soldiers in Belfast more than 40 years ago is to be exhumed, a coroner has ruled.
A High Court judge quashes a ministerial decision to grant planning approval for the redevelopment of Casement Park stadium in west Belfast.
British Airways owner IAG says that Irish carrier Aer Lingus has rejected its takeover offer.
Poor treatment of workers in the Chinese factories which make Apple products is discovered by an undercover BBC Panorama investigation.
Kenyan MPs trade blows and the deputy speaker has water thrown on her during a chaotic parliamentary session which approves changes to a tough new security bill.
Renowned Italian film composer Ennio Morricone tells the BBC's Will Gompertz that he regrets turning down the chance to compose music for Clint Eastwood.
The father of Briton Ben Pocock, who was killed in July's MH17 air crash in Ukraine, recalls the moment he waved his son off at the airport
Hackers have managed to penetrate the internal network used by the organisation that oversees the net's addressing system.
A man is jailed for five years for causing the death of a man covered in cling film during a sex game.
Opponents of President Barack Obama's new Cuba policy threaten to block his efforts to restore diplomatic relations after 50 years of hostility.
A Sydney cafe worker who returned to England the day before a gunman held his former colleagues and customers hostage speaks of his "lucky escape".
Sony confirms it has no plans to release the film comedy about North Korea internationally, in any form, following threats from hackers.
The World Pie Eating Championships are thrown into turmoil after a work experience chef sends the wrong pies to the Wigan event.
Detectives are investigating three alleged murders as part of an inquiry into historical child abuse involving politicians and establishment figures, as they appeal for information about an apartment block in London.