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HTC unveils a wide angle, waterproof, camera that does not have a viewfinder or screen, which is set to compete with the GoPro range.
Alec Stewart told England bosses in 2012 that some of Kevin Pietersen's team-mates had access to a mocking Twitter account.
Hundreds of screaming fans welcome Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley on a wet red carpet at the gala opening of this year's BFI London Film Festival.
The UK is sending 750 military personnel to Sierra Leone to help deal with the Ebola outbreak, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond confirms.
The captain of a South Korean ferry which sank with the loss of 304 lives apologises in court - but denies committing murder.
What can Hong Kong talks really achieve?
The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola within the US, a man who contracted it in Liberia, has died in hospital in Dallas.
Telecom companies in East Africa submit to pressure to cut roaming charges for making and receiving cross-border calls.
Can anyone with a camera create a viral image?
The UK's Lord Hill has been confirmed as the EU commissioner for financial services after facing questions from MEPs for a second time.
Some Kenyans demonstrate their support for their President Uhuru Kenyatta outside the International Criminal Court.
US markets rise sharply after minutes from the September meeting of the Federal Reserve indicate that US central bankers are wary of raising rates too soon.
The Spanish nurse infected with Ebola touched her face with her gloves after treating a priest who died from the disease, a doctor says.
The German communications hub at the heart of a WW1 battle