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Africa discovers the financial muscle of the crowd
US news anchor Brian Williams will not return to NBC Nightly News but will join cable news network MSNBC in an undisclosed role.
Scientists report that wild kangaroos tend to favour their left hands in common tasks - the first example of non-human, species-wide "handedness".
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says the eurozone is "dangerously close to a state of mind that accepts an accident" after EU finance ministers fail to reach a deal on Greece's debt.
Most illegally poached African elephant ivory can be traced back to just two areas of Africa, research shows.
A documentary about the life of the late award-winning singer, Amy Winehouse has its UK premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
England captain Steph Houghton praises manager Mark Sampson's tactics as the team reach the Women's World Cup last 16.
UKIP's most senior woman is facing the sack after she told the BBC's Daily Politics party leader Nigel Farage was perceived as "very divisive".
The House of Representatives has approved a controversial trade bill backed by President Obama, just a week after Democrats voted it down.
US telecoms company AT&T faces a $100m (£63m) fine for slowing down the internet speeds of millions of customers on unlimited data plans without informing them.