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Bin Laden relatives on crash plane
Family members of Osama Bin Laden were on a private jet which crashed in Hampshire, killing all four people on board, the Saudi Arabian embassy in the UK says.
New Taliban leader calls for unity
The new leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mansour, calls for unity and says the group will continue fighting.
Corbyn tops Labour constituency vote
Jeremy Corbyn is the most popular candidate for Labour leader among local constituency groups, according to the latest nomination figures.
Harman calls for Calais compensation
Labour's acting leader writes to David Cameron calling for compensation from the French government for UK people affected by the Calais crisis.
Aeroplane debris arrives in Paris
A piece of debris that experts believe could be from missing flight MH370 arrives in Paris from Reunion in the Indian Ocean for analysis.
Myanmar declares flood emergency
Myanmar's president declares a state of emergency in four regions after heavy flooding left at least 27 people dead.
Charities warned over 'harassment'
Charities could face criminal sanctions unless they stop aggressive fundraising tactics, the Charity Commission chairman warns.
Balls criticises Labour on business
Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls attacks Labour's approach to business under Ed Miliband.
Bitcoin chief arrested in Japan
The founder of MtGox - once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange - is arrested by Japanese police investigating losses of nearly $400m.
Country singer Lynn Anderson dies
US country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her 1971 hit (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden, dies, aged 67.
Teenagers urged to have MenW vaccine
Teenagers across the UK going to university and college this year are being urged to get vaccinated against deadly meningitis W.
Chelsea Ladies v Notts County Ladies
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's FA Women's Cup final between Chelsea Ladies and Notts County Ladies.
Calais 'sticking plaster', doctors' fury and Lady Bra-Bra
Among Saturday's headlines are the latest from Calais, medics' anger at Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and a possible peerage for a lingerie magnate.
Does Merkel retain a stranglehold on power?
It has been a bruising few months for the German chancellor, but she is still popular with the public, says Jenny Hill.
It's one-way fight between Clinton and Bush - for now
It was billed by some as a preview of next year's general election showdown, but Hillary Clinton was the only candidate looking for a fight - and it wasn't really about Jeb.
VIDEO: Ohio shooting: After the gun went off
David Thomas, a former police officer and expert in police ethics takes a look at the body camera footage of the death of Samuel DuBose. He explains how officers reacted to the scene they found.
What we know about the Litvinenko case
Gordon Corera on what we have learned about the death of Alexander Litvinenko.
'Twin' Robin Hood statue for China
An "iconic" statue of Robin Hood near Nottingham Castle is being recast and given to Nottingham's sister city in China.
Russia 'considers gay emoji ban'
Russia may ban emojis depicting same-sex couples from social media if a state watchdog rules they infringe controversial "gay propaganda" laws.
Clarke could be finished - Maxwell
Australia captain Michael Clarke has lost his confidence and could be playing his last Test series, says Jim Maxwell.
From 'no nets and a shed' to Wembley
As the Women's FA Cup final comes to Wembley, BBC Sport looks at the competition's transformation since the 1970s.
Who's top of the Formula 1 charts?
Mercedes' package is virtually flawless but McLaren are wasting their driver line-up - Andrew Benson gives his F1 mid-season report.
Eight areas to decide the Ashes
Replacing Jimmy Anderson will be difficult but England have momentum and the men in form, says Tom Fordyce.
Haddin my hardest decision - Lehmann
Australia coach Darren Lehmann says leaving Brad Haddin out of the third Ashes Test was the hardest decision of his career.
Lloyds Bank PPI bill tops 13bn
Lloyds Banking Group's claims bill for PPI tops 13bn as it sets aside a further 1.4bn to compensate customers.
'Progress' but no deal at TPP talks
Twelve Pacific nations fail to agree a regional trade deal which would cover 40% of the world economy, despite talk of "significant progress".
New Labour virus claims 'ridiculous'
Jack Straw says descriptions of New Labour as a virus are "ridiculous" and warns the party faces "oblivion" if it moves further to the left.
Consultation on 95,000 pay-off cap
Ministers are to consult on plans to set a 95,000 cap on public sector pay-offs, first put forward in January.
Ebola vaccine results 'remarkable'
A vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus has led to 100% protection in a pioneering trial described as a "potential game-changer".
Mental health services to get 143m
The government is to invest 143m improving children's mental health services in England this year, BBC News learns.
Suspensions from primary schools up
Official data shows more children are being suspended from primary schools in England.
Campaign highlights elder loneliness
One out of every five elderly people in the UK who feel lonely say they have no-one to turn to, a survey indicates.
Ashley Madison hack aids spammers
Spammers are exploiting the Ashley Madison hack by posting links that offer stolen data but lead to booby-trapped web pages and scams.
Facebook's Zuckerberg to have child
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl.
US energy plan to boost renewables
President Obama's clean power plan is likely to be delayed by 2 years but is also expected to push renewable energy.
Earth magnetic shield is much older
Researchers have revealed that the Earth's magnetic field is 550 million years older than previously believed.
British Library given listed status
The British Library, the largest UK public building built in the 20th Century, gets protected status for "outstanding architectural and historic interest".
Ai Weiwei to get six-month UK visa
Home Secretary Theresa May orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full six-month visa, reversing an earlier decision to restrict his entry.
Terror on the beach
Thirty-eight people were killed by a gunman at the Tunisian resort of Sousse. Here survivors tell their story.
Can people learn to curb their chocolate cravings?
Can you really cut your cravings for chocolate by pretending to eat it? Michael Mosley has been finding out.
Man says he does not know who he is
Police are trying to identify a man found in west London who says he does not know who he is.
Suspicious package disrupts Pride
Celebrations to mark Pride in Brighton are disrupted as about 160,000 line the streets for the 25th annual event.
Driver dies after car hits lamp-post
A 69-year-old man dies after his vehicle struck a lamp-post and ended up on the side of a road in East Lothian.
Search for missing chef continues
The search for a 22-year-old man who went missing almost a week ago has resumed.
Ibiza death man's funeral is held
Hundreds of mourners attend the funeral of Alan Drennan from Newtownabbey who died on holiday in Ibiza two weeks ago.
O'Donova Rossa ceremony takes place
The Irish president, prime minister and government ministers take part in the state centenary commemoration of the death of republican Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa.
Two in court over roadside shooting
Two men appear in court charged with attempted murder following a shooting in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
Man dies and four hurt in crash
A 67-year-old man has died and four other people treated in hospital after a crash on Gower.
Zimbabwe 'seeks lion Cecil's killer'
The US dentist who killed a lion in Zimbabwe should be extradited to face charges, the country's environment minister says.
Mali 'religious sign' draws crowds
Thousands of people in Mali's capital are flocking to see what it believed to be a religious sign that suddenly appeared on a wall of a toilet.
AFL racism row sparks online campaign
Social media users rally around Aussie Rules footballer Adam Goodes, as he takes time out of the game amid a racism row with fans.
India and Bangladesh swap enclaves
India and Bangladesh swap control of 160 pockets of land on each other's territory, ending a complex and long-running border dispute.
Police probe Serbia lottery 'fix'
Eleven people are questioned by Serbian police after a television graphic predicts a winning lottery number before it is drawn.
Hollande denies deal with Russia
President Francois Hollande denies claims France has agreed to pay compensation to Russia for cancelling the sale of two warships.
Argentine in Fifa 'not guilty' plea
Alejandro Burzaco, a former Argentine sporting executive, pleads not guilty in the corruption case involving football's world governing body Fifa.
Fred, 22, tested positive - Brazil FA
Brazil football chiefs confirm midfielder Fred tested positive for a banned diuretic at the recent Copa America in Chile.
Israel vows to find W Bank arsonists
Israel vows to catch arsonists, suspected to be Jewish settlers, who killed a young Palestinian child in an attack on a West Bank village.
Baghdad sees heatwave protests
Hundreds take to the streets of Baghdad to protest as temperatures in Iraq hit over 50C.
US Good Samaritans killed by driver
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after police say he shot and killed two people who stopped to help him along a road in a Montana Indian reservation.
Charleston gunman pleads not guilty
Charleston gunman Dylann Roof pleads not guilty to federal charges including hate crimes
Week in pictures: 25 - 31 July 2015
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
In pictures: Ecology photo prize
BMC Ecology's 2015 competition winners
In pictures: Bamiyan Valley in Afghanistan
Simon Norfolk's landscapes of Afghanistan
Ten steps to improve your photography
Ten steps to improve your photography
Where Hunting Dogs Rest
Plight of abandoned Spanish hunting dogs
Your pictures: Derelict
Readers' photographs on the theme of derelict
In pictures: Discarded drug baggies
Bags used to hold drugs, found on the streets of London
Week in pictures: 18-24 July 2015
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
VIDEO: Health Committee
The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.
VIDEO: 'Blue moon' as seen around the world
There has been a rare opportunity to witness a unique lunar event in the night sky; a so-called "blue moon".
VIDEO: Skydivers set 'giant flower' record
A new record for the largest ever vertical skydiving formation has been set in Ottawa, Illinois, by 164 flyers who formed the shape of a flower in the sky.
VIDEO: Spectacular Wookey nooks revealed
A new cave which lies more than 80 metres beneath the Mendip Hills in Somerset has been opened up to the public for the first time.
VIDEO: Myanmar journalist braves floodwaters
A journalist for the Democratic Voice of Burma files a report on the country's floods whilst chest-deep in water.
VIDEO: MH370 search: 'I found plane debris'
A Reunion man, Johnny Begue, shows the BBC's Milton Nkosi where he found the debris that may belong to missing plane MH370.
VIDEO: 'Too many to count' through Calais fence
Migrants have once more broken through police lines in Calais trying to enter the Channel Tunnel.
VIDEO: World's longest man-made wave to open
The world's longest man-made surf wave has been unveiled on the site of an old aluminium factory in North Wales, UK.
VIDEO: More people 'disappearing' in Egypt
There has been a rise in the number of people going missing at the hand of the security services in Egypt, according to human rights activists in the country.
Decoding the symbols on Satan's statue
Decoding the symbols on the new monument to the Devil
Why there's no such thing as gay adultery in UK law
Why there's no such thing as gay adultery in UK law
Ashes is compulsive viewing - Agnew
Ashes series shaping up to be an absolute classic
Famous writers on what NOT to say
Famous writers on what NOT to say
10 things we didn't know last week
The Beatles forgot dozens of their songs, and more nuggets
Wanted: A personal assistant to help me wash and dress
A personal assistant to help me wash and dress
The treasures of unclaimed estates
'If this art isn't yours, it's ours'
Why work isn't what it used to be
Why work isn't what it used to be
Is it unfair to ban smoking in mental health hospitals?
Is it fair to ban smoking in mental health hospitals?

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 World News
New Taliban leader calls for unity
The new leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mansour, calls for unity and says the group will continue fighting.
Aeroplane debris arrives in Paris
A piece of debris that experts believe could be from missing flight MH370 arrives in Paris from Reunion in the Indian Ocean for analysis.
Bitcoin chief arrested in Japan
The founder of MtGox - once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange - is arrested by Japanese police investigating losses of nearly $400m.
Police probe Serbia lottery 'fix'
Eleven people are questioned by Serbian police after a television graphic predicts a winning lottery number before it is drawn.
Myanmar declares flood emergency
Myanmar's president declares a state of emergency in four regions after heavy flooding left at least 27 people dead.
Wrestler 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper dies
The former professional wrestler 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper, known for wearing a kilt in the ring, dies aged 61.
AFL racism row sparks online campaign
Social media users rally around Aussie Rules footballer Adam Goodes, as he takes time out of the game amid a racism row with fans.
Baghdad sees heatwave protests
Hundreds take to the streets of Baghdad to protest as temperatures in Iraq hit over 50C.
Country singer Lynn Anderson dies
US country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her 1971 hit (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden, dies, aged 67.
Bin Laden relatives on crash plane
A plane that crashed at a small UK airport killing four people is believed to have belonged to Osama bin Laden's family.
'Progress' but no deal at TPP talks
Twelve Pacific nations fail to agree a regional trade deal which would cover 40% of the world economy, despite talk of "significant progress".
Argentine in Fifa 'not guilty' plea
Alejandro Burzaco, a former Argentine sporting executive, pleads not guilty in the corruption case involving football's world governing body Fifa.
Russia 'considers gay emoji ban'
Russia may ban emojis depicting same-sex couples from social media if a state watchdog rules they infringe controversial "gay propaganda" laws.
Mali 'religious sign' draws crowds
Thousands of people in Mali's capital are flocking to see what it believed to be a religious sign that suddenly appeared on a wall of a toilet.
US Good Samaritans killed by driver
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after police say he shot and killed two people who stopped to help him along a road in a Montana Indian reservation.
Charleston gunman pleads not guilty
Charleston gunman Dylann Roof pleads not guilty to federal charges including hate crimes
Fred, 22, tested positive - Brazil FA
Brazil football chiefs confirm midfielder Fred tested positive for a banned diuretic at the recent Copa America in Chile.
Rare seabird returns to Dominica
Scientists find colony of endangered black-capped petrels on Caribbean island.
Ebola vaccine results 'remarkable'
A vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus has led to 100% protection in a pioneering trial described as a "potential game-changer".
Zimbabwe 'seeks lion Cecil's killer'
The US dentist who killed a lion in Zimbabwe should be extradited to face charges, the country's environment minister says.
India and Bangladesh swap enclaves
India and Bangladesh swap control of 160 pockets of land on each other's territory, ending a complex and long-running border dispute.
Afghan militant leader 'has died'
Jalaluddin Haqqani, the Afghan founder of the militant Haqqani network, died at least a year ago, sources tell the BBC.
Harman calls for Calais compensation
Labour's acting leader writes to David Cameron calling for compensation from the French government for UK people affected by the Calais crisis.
Hollande denies deal with Russia
President Francois Hollande denies claims France has agreed to pay compensation to Russia for cancelling the sale of two warships.
Israel vows to find W Bank arsonists
Israel vows to catch arsonists, suspected to be Jewish settlers, who killed a young Palestinian child in an attack on a West Bank village.
Nato agrees support for Iraqi army
Nato members agree measures to strengthen Iraq's security forces, which have suffered near-collapse in the face of an Islamic State offensive.
Balls criticises Labour on business
Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls attacks Labour's approach to business under Ed Miliband.
Teenagers urged to have MenW vaccine
Teenagers across the UK going to university and college this year are being urged to get vaccinated against deadly meningitis W.
Greek PM defends ex-finance minister
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras defends his former finance minister in a row over an "emergency plan" in case of Greece's exit from the euro.
Swiss central bank in 50bn franc loss
The soaring value of the Swiss franc against the euro leads Switzerland's central bank to report a first half loss of 50bn francs.
Eurozone inflation holds steady
A drop in energy prices offset a rise in industrial goods and helped keep the eurozone's inflation rate at 0.2% in July.
Haddin my hardest decision - Lehmann
Australia coach Darren Lehmann says leaving Brad Haddin out of the third Ashes Test was the hardest decision of his career.
Clarke could be finished - Maxwell
Australia captain Michael Clarke has lost his confidence and could be playing his last Test series, says Jim Maxwell.
Team Sky's Porte to join BMC Racing
Australian cyclist Richie Porte will leave Team Sky to join the American BMC Racing team on a one-year deal in 2016.
Ai Weiwei to get six-month UK visa
Home Secretary Theresa May orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full six-month visa, reversing an earlier decision to restrict his entry.
Studio collapse puts films in limbo
The fates of around a dozen movies are up in the air after Hollywood studio Relativity Media filed for bankruptcy protection.
Chemical Brothers top album chart
The Chemical Brothers' Born in the Echoes gives the dance act their sixth UK number one album, as Little Mix top the singles chart for a third week.
VIDEO: More people 'disappearing' in Egypt
There has been a rise in the number of people going missing at the hand of the security services in Egypt, according to human rights activists in the country.
VIDEO: Skydivers set 'giant flower' record
A new record for the largest ever vertical skydiving formation has been set in Ottawa, Illinois, by 164 flyers who formed the shape of a flower in the sky.
VIDEO: 'Blue moon' as seen around the world
There has been a rare opportunity to witness a unique lunar event in the night sky; a so-called "blue moon".
VIDEO: 'Too many to count' through Calais fence
Migrants have once more broken through police lines in Calais trying to enter the Channel Tunnel.
VIDEO: The body collectors of eastern Ukraine
Black Tulip an organisation working in Ukraine to find and identify the bodies of missing soldiers might have to stop because of funding
VIDEO: Haka student: 'Humbled by reaction'
A schoolboy who took part in a funeral "haka" that went viral tells the BBC how he feels about the reaction to the video and why students chose to do a haka for their teacher.
VIDEO: Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics
Beijing is chosen to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, becoming the first city ever to host both a summer and winter games.
VIDEO: MH370 search: 'I found plane debris'
A Reunion man, Johnny Begue, shows the BBC's Milton Nkosi where he found the debris that may belong to missing plane MH370.
Decoding the symbols on Satan's statue
Decoding the symbols on the new monument to the Devil
India-Pakistan 'mango diplomacy' isn't fruitful
Why India-Pakistan 'mango diplomacy' doesn't work
Turkey emerges from shadows in fight against Islamic State
Could a once reluctant Turkey be a South Asia power broker?
The Taliban enter uncharted territory
Mullah Omar's replacement as Taliban chief faces tough task
Chinese scrutiny and Olympic 'openness'
Sensitivity and suspicion surround China's 2022 bid
VIDEO: 'Cajun John Wayne' calls out criminals
The tough US cop's YouTube challenge to wanted criminals

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 Entertainment News
British Library given listed status
The British Library, the largest UK public building built in the 20th Century, gets protected status for "outstanding architectural and historic interest".
Ai Weiwei to get six-month UK visa
Home Secretary Theresa May orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full six-month visa, reversing an earlier decision to restrict his entry.
Country singer Lynn Anderson dies
US country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her 1971 hit (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden, dies, aged 67.
Chemical Brothers top album chart
The Chemical Brothers' Born in the Echoes gives the dance act their sixth UK number one album, as Little Mix top the singles chart for a third week.
Studio collapse puts films in limbo
The fates of around a dozen movies are up in the air after Hollywood studio Relativity Media filed for bankruptcy protection.
O'Brien to join Rocky Horror revival
Rocky Horror Show creator Richard O'Brien will play the musical's narrator for a series of special shows, his first UK performances in the role for more than 20 years.
Morrissey claims airport sex assault
British singer Morrissey says he was "groped" by an airport security officer during a search in San Francisco.
Apprentice star's family 'shattered'
The sister of former Apprentice contestant Stuart Baggs says the family's world has been "shattered" by his sudden death.
Delay in Katy Perry convent battle
Pop star Katy Perry is warned she faces a long delay in her attempt to buy a former convent due to a legal battle between nuns and an archbishop.
Top Gear: Ex-hosts sign Amazon deal
Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May sign up to present a new show on Amazon's streaming service.
Tower poppies tour venues revealed
Thousands of the Tower of London ceramic poppies are set to go on display in northern England this year.
Zayn Malik signs solo record deal
The former One Direction singer posts a picture of him signing a contract with RCA Records.
Rolling Stone sued over rape article
University of Virginia fraternity members profiled in a false Rolling Stone piece about campus rape culture file a lawsuit against the magazine.
'See you soon!' Foo Fighters tell 1,000 fans
Foo Fighters fans try to persuade the band to play in their Italian city in pretty spectacular fashion.
Emmerdale tours full approval held
A plan to allow visitors to tour the set of TV soap Emmerdale is "provisionally approved".
VIDEO: Johnny Marr on Japan's music scene
Johnny Marr, a founding member of The Smiths, says Japan's music scene is "less weird" than it used to be.
VIDEO: UK refuses Ai Weiwei six-month visa
Ai Weiwei is refused a six-month visa by the British government amid claims he lied on his visa application form.
VIDEO: How to blow up a car (in the movies)
Visual effects artists Mike Kelt and Emily Pooley share the secrets of blowing up cars, faking wounds and shooting people for film and television.
VIDEO: Marlon Brando in his own words
Listen to Me Marlon is a new documentary portrait of the Hollywood star Marlon Brando based on some 200 hours of previously unreleased audio recordings of him.
VIDEO: Iris Apfel: 'Dressing up should be fun'
Newsnight speaks to fashion icon Iris Apfel
VIDEO: The secret of adult colouring books
Colouring books for adults are topping bestseller lists. Scottish illustrator Johanna Basford tells us the secrets of her success.
VIDEO: 'You can never grow tired of Beethoven'
Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes talks about his appearance at the BBC Proms
The treasures of unclaimed estates
'If this art isn't yours, it's ours'
How to become a Great British Baker
How do you make it onto the Great British Bake Off?
How I write songs, by Lianne La Havas
Singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas reveals her secrets
Proms: Pianist's 'intense' relationship with Beethoven
Proms ends pianist's intense relationship with one composer
Robyn: Finishing an album in the face of death
How do you finish an album when your co-writer dies?
Top books: one young reader's verdict
One child's verdict on teacher's must-reads
The Taylor Swift fakes on the Chinese internet
With so many Taylor Swift counterfeits in China, who will buy the real thing?

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