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Typhoon Noul is tracking towards Japan, after hammering the Philippines over the weekend. Philip Avery reports.
Lower-league footballer Tim Nicot becomes the second Belgian player to die of cardiac arrest in the last two weeks.
Red Bull say they will pull out of Formula 1 if either they cannot get a competitive engine or Audi do not join with them.
Libya criticises EU proposals to use force to destroy boats of people smugglers taking migrants across the Mediterranean to Europe.
Turkey's foreign ministry says a Turkish freighter was attacked near the coast of Libya, killing one Turkish crew member.
An Australian teenager who allegedly planned a bomb plot appears in children's court in Melbourne charged with terrorism offences.
Cameron rolls up sleeves for battle over EU migration
The Berlin Philharmonic orchestra is electing a chief conductor and artistic director to succeed Sir Simon Rattle.
Speaking at a University in Alabama, the First Lady talked about having to fight 'misperceptions' when her husband started running for President.
Pep Guardiola says he will still be Bayern Munich boss next season, despite reported interest from Manchester City.
A memorial service is held for 56 people killed in a fire at Bradford City's Valley Parade ground in 1985.
Private postal business Whistl - formerly known as TNT - has suspended delivery services and is consulting 2,000 workers about redundancy.
Avengers sequel Age of Ultron dominates the US box office for a second week, taking more than five times its closest rival Hot Pursuit.
Shoppers in Hong Kong are left baffled when a wild boar wanders into a children's clothes shop inside a shopping mall.
An appeals court in India clears former chief minister of the southern state of Tamil Nadu Jayaram Jayalalitha of involvement in a corruption scandal.
The chief executive of Airbus Group has said the company remains committed to its A400M military plane following Saturday's crash in Spain.
Nigeria's outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan has warned that his ministers will be "persecuted" once his successor Muhammadu Buhari takes office.
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey announces the introduction of a new tax crackdown against 30 multinational corporations.
A Swedish court has rejected an appeal by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange against his arrest warrant for alleged sex offences.
The extreme weather that devastated Texas on Mothers' Day weekend has claimed a life and left dozens missing.