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Microsoft announces the next version of its core operating system will be called Windows 10, and that it will reintroduce the Start Menu.
US Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has been arrested for driving under the influence, police in Baltimore, Maryland say.
Trains on a railway line out of Birmingham have been stopped due to a fire involving 200 tons of metal in Smethwick.
Iran is reported to have postponed the execution of Reyhaneh Jabbari, convicted of killing a man she said was trying to sexually abuse her.
A new study has warned that wildlife populations around the world have dropped by more than half in just 40 years.
RAF jets have attacked two Islamic State targets in Iraq, the Ministry of Defence says.
Sir Jackie Stewart says Max Verstappen could become a "superstar" if he impresses in his grand prix weekend debut at Suzuka.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown calls for 100,000 Scots to sign a petition urging Westminster to keep devolution promises.
Radio DJ Neil Fox - known as "Dr Fox" - is arrested in London by police investigating claims of historical sex offences.
Armed police are involved in a stand-off with a man in North Shields who witnesses say was waving a gun.
The wife of a British hostage being held by militants makes a renewed call for his release, saying there has been "outcry across the world" over his imprisonment.
The wife of British hostage Alan Henning makes a renewed direct appeal to the IS militants holding her husband.
Pro-democracy crowds swell in Hong Kong ahead of what organisers hope will be the largest protests so far on Wednesday - China's National Day.
The director of the US Secret Service says its security plan was "not properly executed" when a man broke into the White House this month.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan held out an olive branch to the teaching profession in England with the promise to reduce their workload.
Northampton prop Alex Corbisiero and Leicester lock Geoff Parling will miss England's autumn games because of injury.
A soldier was "brutally" murdered by a comrade from the same barracks after a night out drinking, a court hears.
Boris Johnson tells Tories that election victory is "within the party's grasp" and David Cameron has "permission to purr".
Wylfa nuclear power station on Anglesey is given a licence to continue operating until December next year.
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