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The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) launches a criminal investigation into allegations of price rigging in the foreign exchange market.
Tony Blair says he is as motivated today by "making a difference", rather than financial gain, as he ever was as Labour leader.
Veteran judo player Euan Burton will carry the Scotland flag at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Two boys kept in Russia by their father in breach of a family court order are returned to their mother in London.
Islamist militants who control the Iraqi city of Mosul are reported to have seized a nearby ancient monastery and ordered the monks to leave.
England captain Steven Gerrard explains his retirement from international football, saying: "I've had to think of me this time".
A 73-year-old woman from Middlesbrough dies days after being bitten by a police dog.
The body of late US DJ Casey Kasem is transported to Canada amid a bitter family feud, a month after the star's death.
Family of 36-year-old Joanne Smart from Cardiff say they are devastated following her death after a crash on the A470 on Sunday.
England captain Steven Gerrard retires from international football after winning 114 caps, describing it as a "sad day".
An Inverclyde engineering firm is fined £10,000 over health and safety breaches after a worker is crushed at its plant in Greenock.
The Twitter accounts of the Kenya defence forces and its spokesman are hacked by activists protesting about corruption.
Former Eurovision winner Dana Rosemary Scallon is giving evidence in her brother's trial at Harrow Crown Court.
Ahead of the Commonwealth Games, Sophie Raworth takes a look at some of the venues and which athletes to look out for.
A public meeting is to be held to discuss concerns about how an area of Southampton may be presented in a new TV series on immigration.
New analysis shows the popularity of whisky helped retail sales of Scottish food and drink brands across Britain rise to nearly £2bn.
A memorial service in honour of two Newcastle United fans killed in the Malaysia Airlines plane crash is held at St James' Park.
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Two of the British victims of flight MH17 were lifelong Newcastle United fans who were travelling to New Zealand to watch their club.
A man is airlifted to hospital after falling and breaking his leg while walking at waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons.