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British bank Standard Chartered has agreed to pay $300m to New York's top banking regulator for failing to improve money laundering controls.
The Islamic State militant group releases a video online purporting to show the beheading of US journalist James Foley.
Police in Paraguay arrest a fugitive Brazilian fertility doctor, Roger Abdelmassih, convicted of sexually abusing 39 of his patients.
Mental health services for young people in England are "stuck in the dark ages" and "not fit for purpose", according to a government minister.
The police killing of a second black St Louis-area man threatens to further enflame tensions, ten days after the killing of Michael Brown, 18.
Liberia imposes a night-time curfew and quarantines a slum in the capital Monrovia, in a bid to halt the deadly Ebola outbreak.
A truce between Israel and Gaza ends amid renewed air strikes and rocket fire, as negotiations in Cairo break up with no deal.
Nearly one million Scots cannot afford adequate housing and 250,000 are not properly fed, a new study claims.
Four in 10 Scottish businesses want to grow internationally but feel they are being held back by export barriers, a survey has revealed.
A Whitehall department denies advising its staff to vote "No" in the Scottish independence referendum.
For the first time, biologists measure the force applied by climbing snakes and find that they squeeze up to five times harder than necessary.
Official figures revealing another increase in average house prices lead some papers, while others focus on Cilla Black's support for Sir Cliff Richard.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of girls under 18, who have fled the conflict in Syria, being forced into early marriages, the United Nations has told the BBC.
A man has been arrested in Northern Ireland over the death of an immigrant who was found in a container at Tilbury Docks on Saturday.
Clashes are reported in the centre of the eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk as government forces try to close in on rebel strongholds.
Great Britain forward Kieron Achara and his team-mates are existing on "£15 a day" as they try to reach the European Championships.
A number of rape claims are to be re-examined by Northumbria Police over fears they were incorrectly recorded as a "no crime".