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The German government warns Greece that it must meet its commitments to lenders, after the election win of the Greek anti-austerity Syriza party.
MPs overwhelmingly reject a bid to suspend fracking for shale gas - but agree to Labour proposals to impose new conditions.
Iowa gathering sinks 2016 return hopes
The head of Greece's far-left Syriza party, Alexis Tsipras, is sworn in as prime minister and is set to lead an anti-austerity coalition.
A flying device known as a "quad copter" triggered a security alert when it landed in the grounds of the White House, a US official says.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Chelsea will have a greater motivation in the League Cup after their defeat by Bradford.
Manchester United forward Robin van Persie does not know if he will be offered a new contract when his current deal expires.
The US embassy in Yemen is closed to the public until further notice because of security concerns, the state department says.
Spain's Defence Ministry says 10 people have died after an F-16 jet crashed at a military base.
Sudan's Chinese-built palace shows new balance of power
Facebook has blocked a page which a Turkish court claimed was offensive to the Prophet Muhammad.
Shares in regional airline Flybe fall by more than a quarter after it says full-year results will be worse than expected.
Irish airline Aer Lingus says it is considering a revised offer of €2.55 a share from British Airways owner IAG.
The Church of England has consecrated its first female bishop, the Reverend Libby Lane, in a ceremony at York Minster.
A trial involving France's richest woman has begun in Bordeaux with a revelation that one of the key defendants tried to commit suicide
Mexico's Colima Volcano, also known as the Fire Volcano, erupted again on Sunday.
The Harry Potter actress has announced she's to play Belle in a live action version of the Disney classic.
Villarreal defender Gabriel Paulista is set to join Arsenal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.
In his first TV interview for two years, Lance Armstrong discusses forgiveness, the future and for what he is and is not sorry.
Lance Armstrong says the time is coming when he should be forgiven, and tells the BBC he would do it again under the same circumstances.