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The surprising return of Craig David
Hundreds of Gurkhas who may have lost money in a suspected £50m City fraud have been urged to come forward by police.
US prosecutors can proceed with a sexual assault charge against comedian Bill Cosby, a judge in Pennsylvania rules.
The long-awaited Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been signed in New Zealand. So who are the winners and losers?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the biggest trade agreement signed to date - but what other deals are out there and do the benefits stack up?
Concern over increased Russian military activity has led to calls from nervous Swedes for their country to join Nato, says Paul Adams.
David Sweat, who escaped from a New York prison in 2015, sparking a three-week manhunt, appears in court.
Shakespeare's Hamlet is performed for more than 150 migrants in Calais.
German politician prompts outcry with Putin visit
Aberdeen cut the gap on Celtic at the top of the Premiership with victory over the league leaders at Pittodrie.
Gary Neville says he suffered one of his "worst experiences" in football as his Valencia side lost 7-0 to Barcelona.
The admissions process for Oxford and Cambridge universities is confusing and complex and should be simplified, the Sutton Trust charity says.
Chelsea's unbeaten run under Guus Hiddink extends to seven Premier League games with a draw at Watford.
Malaysian leader pictured as clown in censorship protests
Everton secure their first Premier League win since 26 December with a victory over Newcastle at Goodison Park.
David Cameron says he is "happy to be judged" on his EU reform deal after Boris Johnson said the PM was trying to make "the best of a bad job".
Talks aimed at ending the five-year-old war in Syria are suspended by the UN, with both sides blaming each other for the disruption.
Aberdeen emerge victorious at Pittodrie to cut the gap on Celtic at the top of the Premiership to three points.
The 10 people tackling the ultimate decision
One of the original suspects in the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry is on the run from police.