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A British activist who campaigns for better labour conditions is on trial in Thailand charged with criminal defamation.
Among the stories fascinating Tuesday's press are whether British forces will engage jihadists in Iraq, and the mass hacking of celebrities' iCloud accounts.
A former terror suspect criticises government anti-terrorism plans as "rehashing of old policies" which will "disenfranchise" UK Muslims.
Details are revealed of an offence committed by a convicted rapist, who was later employed as a Milton Keynes taxi driver.
The US military says it carried out a military operation against al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militants in Somalia.
The White House says securing the release of three American citizens detained in North Korea is a "top priority", after they appealed for help.
China's museum boom hatches roast duck tribute
Radamel Falcao's loan move to Manchester United was the major deadline day signing as summer spending hits a record £835m.
Premier League clubs have been on a player buying spree, with spending at £835m, as the end of the transfer window passes.
Does the rest of the UK care if the Scots become independent?
The FBI looks into allegations that the online accounts of celebrities have been hacked, leading to intimate pictures being posted online.
How much has the Ice Bucket Challenge achieved?
Anti-euro but pro-EU party shakes up German politics
Everything But The Girl musician Ben Watt is announced as part of the 15-strong longlist for the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction.
How corals stir up their world to draw in nutrients
Iraqi Shia and Kurdish forces capture an Islamic State stronghold, as a BBC team enters Amerli the day after a two-month siege ends.
Manchester United sign Colombia international striker Radamel Falcao on loan from Ligue 1 side Monaco.
Labour MP Jim Murphy is resuming his street tour of Scotland ahead of the independence referendum, following its suspension last week.
Gordon Brown says an independent Scotland would become "an international outcast" if it refused to accept a share of UK debt.