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An appeals court in Egypt releases seven girls who were given jail sentences last month over their protest in support of ousted President Morsi.
The BBC's Richard Galpin reports on how foreign jihadist fighters are using safe houses in southern Turkey to cross into Syria to fight against government forces.
North Korean TV reportedly removes footage of a powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong-un from a documentary, following reports of his dismissal.
The first of the funerals for the nine victims of the Clutha pub helicopter crash has taken place at Glasgow University.
Air traffic control operators say they do not know how long it will take to resolve faults which are causing flight delays and cancellations across the UK and Ireland.
The Environment Secretary Owen Paterson will visit flood-affected communities in Hull and Boston later, as the clean-up continues.
The World Trade Organization agrees a historic global deal aimed at boosting commerce, which could add nearly $1tn to the global economy.
US citizen Merrill Newman is flying back home after being deported from North Korea following more than a month in detention there.
Russia says differences with Ukraine on reducing the price of Russian gas have been narrowed after talks in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
Two men are arrested in western India over the killing in August of Narendra Dabholkar, who campaigned against "fraudulent practices" by gurus.