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Ariana Grande tops the album chart with her third record, Dangerous Woman, while Drake continues his reign at the top of the singles chart.
Brazilian police search for more than 30 men suspected of raping a teenage girl in Rio de Janeiro, and putting images of the attack on social media.
A prison officer and the partner of a prisoner are jailed for smuggling drugs and 18 mobile phones into a south west London prison.
A driving instructor who left two young sisters paralysed from the waist down after crashing into their car while chasing another vehicle, is jailed.
Tom Hiddleston's tells tales at the ceremony crowning the winners of the BBC's 500 Words competition.
Ayr United score an "own goal" with a "sexist" kit promotion campaign, says founder of Scottish Women in Sport Maureen McGonigle.
The UN warns an increasing number of men are being killed for refusing to fight for so-called Islamic State in the Iraqi city of Falluja.
Alex Salmond is urged to quit the campaign to keep the UK in Europe 'before he does any more damage'
'My most hated man joining my favourite club'
The competition watchdog will examine Sainsbury's takeover of Argos owner Home Retail Group.
Nine-time winner Rafael Nadal withdraws from the French Open in the third round because of a wrist injury.
The two sides in the EU referendum campaign have been accused of peddling "implausible" figures by a committee of MPs.
A girlfriend's mum used to comb Paul McCartney's legs - and other nuggets
Padraig Harrington, Thomas Bjorn and Paul Lawrie are named as Europe's vice-captains for this year's Ryder Cup.
A Chinese detergent advertisement is being dubbed the most racist commercial to be screened.
HM Revenue & Customs loses an appeal to recover up to £50m in stamp duty from the sale of the Chelsea Barracks.
Q&A on the effect on Britons travelling in France following industrial action being taken by French workers, who are blockading oil refineries as part of their dispute.
A swimwear model is found guilty of killing her British millionaire ex-boyfriend at his home in Spain.
A tarot card reader speaks of how a killer confessed to his housemate's murder after the "devil card" was dealt.
Marcus Thompson finds out what London's Europeans think of Britain possibly leaving the EU.