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Ex-NBA star Lamar Odom is back in Los Angeles after receiving treatment at a Las Vegas hospital, a week after collapsing at a brothel.
Canada's Liberal Party mounts a stunning comeback in the country's general elections and ends nearly a decade of Conservative rule.
Why is Britain's steel industry in such trouble with so many jobs being lost - and is it really all the fault of cheap Chinese imports for the collapse in steel prices?
As Slovenia prepares to deploy its army to deal with number of migrants, Guy Delauney and Nick Thorpe report from border towns to the north and south of Slovenia.
World football's governing body Fifa will elect Sepp Blatter's successor as president on 26 February.
Canada resumes beef imports from the EU, which were blocked in 1996 because of the "mad cow disease" crisis.
The IRA's ruling body, the 'army council' still exists, but has a "wholly political focus", Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers tells MPs.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond defends Chinese investment in the UK - saying it is being done for financial, not political, reasons.
An Australian man who said locals from the Indian city of Bangalore harassed him over his tattoo of a Hindu goddess has now left the city, police say.
Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o is to star on Broadway in a play written by Walking Dead actress Danai Gurira.
The number of migrants who have arrived in Greece this year tops half a million, with 8,000 arriving each day, according to UN figures.
A drug-resistant malaria parasite that is spreading across South East Asia can also infect different mosquito species in Africa, laboratory experiments show.
Turkish authorities have released CCTV footage of Briton Jacky Sutton, who was found dead at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Saturday.
Hundreds of South Koreans begin meeting relatives in the North, in a rare reunion event for families separated by the Korean War.
Police fire shots and tear gas in Congo's capital, Brazzaville, in a clamp down on protests against the president's bid for a third term.
The Zimbabwean hunter who led the expedition that killed the famed lion Cecil fails in his legal bid to have charges against him dropped.
A Chinese tourist dies in Hong Kong after being beaten up at a jewellery shop during a so-called "forced shopping" tour.
Britain's defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome welcomes a "great course" for the 2016 race.