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Production on Fast & Furious 7 is on hold following the death of its star Paul Walker, with DVD proceeds from the latest film in the franchise set to go to his charity.
This year's Turner Prize-winning artwork will go on show in the Cumbrian village where it was conceived and created following its award victory.
The UN mission in Democratic Republic of Congo has started to deploy unarmed surveillance drones to monitor rebel activity near the forested borders with Rwanda and Uganda.
Nigella Lawson is flanked by police as she arrives at Isleworth Crown Court to give evidence at the trial of two of her former personal assistants who are accused of fraud.
British Prime Minister David Cameron pushes for cyber-security talks with the Chinese leadership, on the final day of his trade mission to the country.
Olympic champion Jade Jones admits to "falling out of love" with taekwondo but hopes her new approach to the sport will succeed.
OPEC countries are losing their grip on oil prices, as Nigel Cassidy reports.
A Kenyan court denies bail to four men accused of aiding the gunmen who carried out the Westgate shopping centre attack, in which 67 people died.
UK economy and Tesco diverge
An association of flag experts, or vexillologists, has created a set of designs it hopes will encourage a discussion, writes Sam Judah.
Chengdu was the final stop of the British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to China, a city famed for its tongue-burning cuisine.
Where does all our energy come from?
The driver of a New York commuter train that derailed on Sunday, killing four, lost focus moments before the crash, a union official says.
A 15-year-old girl is arrested in connection with the murder of a teenage boy in north London, police said.
England captain Alastair Cook urges both sides to improve their conduct in Adelaide after it went "over the top" in the Ashes opener.
Tesco reports a fall in underlying UK sales, with the supermarket chain blaming a weaker market for groceries.
Children in care in England will be able to stay with their foster families until their 21st birthday, rather than having to leave at 18, ministers say.
Hopes of sealing a global trade deal fade at a World Trade Organization summit in Indonesia after India refuses to budge on food subsidies.
Seven men who say they were sexually abused while pupils at a former Cardiff school in the 1960s and 1970s have received about £350,000 in payouts since 2011, BBC Wales learns.
Russian company Yota launches a two-screen smartphone that uses e-ink technology.