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The BBC's decision to broadcast a Panorama programme on child sexual abuse could affect inquiries, police say.
Troubled supermarket Tesco has announced a further big fall in profits as it struggles to turn its business around.
Six warships are launching a new EU operation to seize boats smuggling migrants across the southern Mediterranean to Europe.
Belgian brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev raises its offer for rival SABMiller after two previous bids were rejected.
Russian intervention in Syria "has made a pretty difficult situation much more dangerous", Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
With two rounds to go in Euro 2016 qualifying, which teams have made it and which are in danger of missing out?
Theresa May either "turns nasty" or "speaks the truth" depending on which Wednesday paper you read. Tory attitudes to the EU also makes headlines.
India plans to set up laboratories at ports to test for illegal cow meat exports amid controversy over the lynching of a Muslim man over beef rumours.
Four people are arrested in dawn raids in Sydney in connection with the fatal shooting last week of police worker Curtis Cheng outside a police station.
Moldovan police and the FBI are reported to have stopped four attempts by smugglers to sell nuclear material to extremists in the Middle East.
Final preparations are under way for the gala opening of the London Film Festival which has been declared "the year of the strong woman".
A new drug for advanced skin cancer should be made available on the NHS in England, a health body has recommended.
Two-thirds of older and disabled people who turn to their local councils in England for help with care are turned away, figures show.
An over-reliance on using computers and search engines is weakening people's memories, according to a study.
A man who made sex abuse allegations against Lord Brittan tells Panorama campaigners may have influenced his claims.
Great British Bake Off: Meet the finalists
Pictures of how disabled people trained to work in factories
The general who led last month's short-lived coup in Burkina Faso is charged with crimes including threatening state security and murder.
Shares in Yum Brands, which owns KFC and Pizza Hut, fell more than 17% in after hours trading in the US after the firm reported poorer than expected quarterly results
Nasa has collaborated with one of America's leading choreographers to create a modern dance about space exploration.