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Rescue workers in Guatemala search for hundreds of people missing after a mudslide hit a village near the capital, killing at least 26 people.
A radio boycott of a quota system to ensure French language music is widely heard is a reminder that cultural protection is very much alive in France, says Hugh Schofield.
Eurotunnel services for passengers and freight are suspended because of an "incident" in the Channel Tunnel.
The patients subjected to intimate examinations - without consent
The British steelmaker that bridged the world
Federal agents find six weapons at the college where a gunman killed nine and seven weapons at the gunman's apartment, all purchased legally.
Two blasts have rocked the outskirts of the Nigerian capital, Abuja, with casualties reported, officials say.
Can a bowl of soup help transform British cities?
When are mass shooters most likely to inspire copy-cat killings?
Advocaat set to quit as Sunderland manager, Ronaldo celebrates scoring record, Drogba wins award, plus more.
A boy has become the the youngest person in the UK to be convicted of a terrorism offence, but could more have been done to stop the development of his jihadist mindset?
Reports that Chris Harper Mercer, the gunman who shot dead at least nine people on a US college campus on Thursday, had British links make some front pages.
Customs officers at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris have seized 115 live scorpions in two separate shipments.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter will not resign despite major sponsors, including Coca-Cola, calling for him to step down.
US President Barack Obama says the Russian bombing campaign in Syria in support of President Bashar al-Assad is "only strengthening" Islamic State.
The UK's policy in Syria has been hampered by "wishful thinking", the UK's former senior military adviser in the Middle East tells BBC Newsnight.
Holders New Zealand qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals courtesy of an underwhelming win over a committed Georgia.
How con artists trick the vulnerable for their cash
Leeds Rhinos fight back to beat St Helens and set up a chance of completing their treble in the Super League Grand Final.
Virgin becomes the first train company to automatically compensate some passengers if they are delayed, with other operators urged to follow suit