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A councillor from Oxfordshire is found guilty of stealing more than £150,000 from a 92-year-old Berkshire woman who has since died.
The UK is expected to trail behind East Asian countries in international league tables on education that are to be published on Tuesday. The BBC's Reeta Chakrabarti reports on the education system in South Korea.
No further bodies are found during the final phase of a recovery operation at a Glasgow pub which was hit by a police helicopter.
A bag-snatcher who fatally injured a Birmingham grandmother during a mugging is jailed for 11 years.
Olympic diver Tom Daley has revealed he is in a relationship with a man.
The UN's human rights chief Navi Pillay says there is evidence Syrian President Bashar al-Assad may be responsible for war crimes.
An Iraqi-born man once held as a terror suspect is stripped of his UK citizenship, even after judges ruled it was illegal to make him stateless.
Olympic diving star Tom Daley reveals in a YouTube broadcast that he is in a relationship with a man.
Two teenagers who carried out a savage and premeditated attack on a sleeping homeless man, leaving him with injuries more commonly seen in car crash victims, are detained.
A former editor of the Daily Star and Sunday Express is run over and killed in Spain, along with his wife.
The government should encourage people to use electric blankets as a "simple, practical" way to cut down on heating bills, a Conservative peer argues.
Among a mixed bag of headlines, David Cameron's trip to China and the naming of several of those killed in the Glasgow helicopter crash both feature.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce says Assem Allam was misinterpreted in a dispute with supporters over rebranding the club.
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a camera that can take 3D photos in the dark.
The body of a teenage boy has been pulled out of a pond in Greater Manchester, police say.
An entire art exhibition made up of old jeans is on display in London. BBC reporter Brenda Emmanus speaks to the artist Ian Berry.
A witness pleaded with two men not to kill soldier Lee Rigby shortly before they allegedly attacked him with knives, the Old Bailey hears.
The United States is threatening to pull out of a security pact with Afghanistan unless it is signed by the end of the year - without the pact trade routes could be threatened.
Boko Haram insurgents attack a military airbase in north-eastern Nigeria, the authorities say, prompting them to impose a 24-hour curfew.
MPs pay tribute to the nine people killed when a helicopter crashed into a pub in Glasgow.