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Authorities say they will pursue hate crime charges against the suspect in Sunday's deadly shootings at Jewish community sites in Kansas.
An investigation into allegations of a plot by hard line Muslims to take over schools in Birmingham and introduce Islamic practices is being widened to include 25 schools.
A man who was working on a construction site in central London dies after the building partially collapsed.
An investigation into an alleged hard-line Islamist takeover plot of Birmingham schools has widened with 25 schools now under the spotlight.
Officials in Chile say it could take more than 20 days to extinguish a deadly forest fire in the hills around the port city of Valparaiso.
"Guerrilla artist" Banksy is believed to be behind a piece of street art depicting three shadowy figures eavesdropping - three miles from the Government listening post GCHQ.
The EU and the US say they will impose "further costs" on Russia over its actions in Ukraine, as unrest continues in the east of the country.
A man who died after collapsing at the finish line of the London Marathon is named as 42-year-old Robert Berry.
A Utah woman faces murder charges after the bodies of seven babies are found in cardboard boxes in her garage of her former home.
A leading UK site for parents and the Canadian tax authority have both announced they have had data stolen by hackers exploiting the Heartbleed bug.
Teams searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane are to use a robotic submarine for the first time to search the sea floor of the southern Indian Ocean for wreckage.
A teacher from Cardiff who used a spy camera to film youngsters going to the toilet also downloaded more than 16,000 child abuse images, Newport Crown court hears.
Parenting site Mumsnet and Canada's tax collecting agency say that hackers exploiting the Heartbleed bug have stolen data.
England batsmen Alastair Cook and Ian Bell, and Test hopeful Sam Robson, score unbeaten hundreds for their counties.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson denies his affair with colleague Rebekah Brooks breached professional standards.
The prosecutor at the Oscar Pistorius murder trial suggests the South African athlete is using his emotions "as an escape".
A 23-year-old man from Blackpool is remanded in custody accused of murdering a two-year-old girl.
One of Rwanda's best-known musicians and a leading journalist are arrested over their alleged links to an opposition group and rebels.
The BBC has gained access to a Ukrainian police department in Gorlovka, near Donetsk, which was seized by protesters on Monday.
Eurosceptic UKIP leader finds new ally in Paris