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Jamaican author Marlon James wins the £50,000 Man Booker Prize for his novel A Brief History of Seven Killings - inspired by the attempted assassination of Bob Marley.
BBC journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts, who was suffering from leukaemia, has died, her husband says.
A missing Bradford couple and their five children may have travelled to Turkey, police say.
Former British number one Laura Robson will not play again this year as she continues her recovery from injury.
Former world champions Keri-Anne Payne and Liam Tancock are restored to full podium funding by British Swimming.
Hillary Clinton is preparing for the first Democratic presidential debate, seeking to mix her firm grasp of policy with a more personal touch.
A letter by Labour MP Tom Watson demanding Lord Brittan be interviewed about a rape allegation was only passed to police after he was questioned, prosecutors say.
A crowdfunded project creates a lightbulb that floats and spins in mid-air - the trade-off is that the effect requires extra power.
How Salman Rushdie's words prompted an online storm
A Labour AM who criticised the Welsh government spending nearly £20m on planning for an M4 relief road is sacked as a committee chair by the first minister.
Society must offer the world's poorest farmers a helping hand in order to break the cycle of poverty, a key United Nations report concludes.
Jennifer Lawrence expresses her anger at getting paid less than her male co-stars and her experience of sexism in Hollywood in an essay.
A team of wolf-hunters is operating in a region of the French Alps to kill wolves that are seen as a threat to livestock.
Amir Khan raises the prospect of an all-British fight against Kell Brook, as his hopes of a match with legendary fighter Manny Pacquiao diminish.
Twitter says it is cutting 336 jobs, roughly 8%, of its global workforce, as part of a restructuring of the business.
A dress created from 3000 poppies has been made for the 2015 Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.
A Florida woman is arrested after she filmed herself driving drunk and broadcast it live on the internet.
Ministers have set out details of how they aim to save £1bn on agency staff costs to the NHS over the next three years.
Playboy magazine is to stop publishing images of naked women as part of its redesign from next year.
Yolande Knell reports from the streets of Bethlehem in the West Bank, on a day of unrest in northern Israel.