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Twelve Nigerian soldiers have been sentenced to death by firing squad for mutiny in a part of the country battling extremists.
South Yorkshire Police Commissioner Shaun Wright has resigned after coming under mounting pressure over the Rotherham child abuse scandal.
Robin Thicke has revealed he was high on painkillers and alcohol when Blurred Lines became a hit and was "jealous" of Pharrell Williams' contribution to producing the song.
Leigh Halfpenny's future at Toulon could already be in doubt after president Mourad Boudjellal claimed he has not ruled out terminating the full-back's contract due to ongoing injury problems.
A London landowner has released a statement denying it plans any more negotiations with Queens Park Rangers over a stadium project.
Midfielder Joe Allen will miss Liverpool's Champions League opener against Ludogorets this evening as he continues to recover from a knee injury.
Matt Damon and British director Paul Greengrass are reported to be in talks about making a new Bourne film.
George Clooney is to receive an honorary Golden Globe for his "outstanding" contributions both in front of and behind the camera.
The first official trailer for Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has been released, giving a hint of the violent rebellion against the Capitol's corrupt government.
International authorities have unveiled the first step in a major crackdown on billions of dollars worth of international corporate tax avoidance, warning that existing rules are not fit for purpose.
A quartet of business heavyweights have been drafted in by Lord Myners, the former City minister, as he probes the controversial process which saw Royal Mail sold to the private sector last year.
Official figures have charted an easing in the annual rate of inflation but house price growth accelerating to a seven-year high - with six UK regions achieving new price peaks.
The long arm of the law has finally caught up with an alleged upstate New York bank robber at an ultimate frisbee tournament on the other side of the country.
Smartphone users glued to their screens can now shuffle along in unison after a Chinese city gave them their own designated walking lane.
Australian golfer Greg Norman has said he is "lucky" to still have his left hand after the two-time major winner had an accident with a chainsaw.
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