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Some 230 members of an Orthodox Jewish group begin leaving a village in western Guatemala after a bitter row with the local indigenous community.
George Galloway has been taken to hospital with a suspected broken jaw after he was attacked on a London street, his spokesman says.
The bizarre tale of the pig singing competition
Italian PM Matteo Renzi announces measures to quicken the pace of the country's notoriously slow justice system to help the struggling economy.
Animal nightlife - and other great natural images from ecology photo contest
A US judge strikes down part of a Texas abortion law that would have closed more than a dozen clinics.
The natural resources used to make 'green' homes
Only two drivers were fined for breaching Commonwealth Games lane restrictions in Glasgow, data obtained by BBC Scotland shows.
Most papers focus on the prime minister's warnings that the threat from terrorists is currently than at any point in history.
Why stability is all most Pakistanis really want
Rescue workers in Nicaragua are trying to reach at least 24 workers trapped by a cave-in at a gold mine in the north of the country.
The International Monetary Fund expresses confidence in its leader Christine Lagarde, despite her being formally investigated for negligence in France.
Nato has accused Russia of blatantly violating Ukraine's sovereignty by sending troops and weapons over the border.
A former US navy sailor who led a spy ring for the Soviet Union has died in a prison medical centre at the age of 77.
How your landlord could soon be a corporate brand
Two women are taken to hospital after driver loses control of his car and crashes into a bus stop in Glasgow.
The discovery of new unpublished chapters reveals author Roald Dahl planned to include more children in his classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but dropped them from the final version.
In a camp for Yazidi refugees, near what was the Iraqi-Syrian border, the father who had to abandon his disabled child has learned that his son has died.
Ten people are jailed after attempting to smuggle millions of pounds worth of cocaine in crates of bananas and pineapples.
Alex Hales says captain Alastair Cook is the "right guy at the top of the order" ahead of the third ODI against India.