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  1. UK no place for 'dirty money' - PM

    Foreigners must be stopped from buying UK homes with "plundered" cash and a "global effort" is needed to beat corruption, David Cameron will say later.
  2. Nato set for emergency Turkey talks

    Nato countries are to hold a emergency meeting to discuss Turkey's campaign against the Islamic State group and Kurdish militants.
  3. Recruiting foreign nurses 'expensive'

    It is "distracting, frustrating and expensive" to have to recruit large numbers of nurses from overseas, the head of a leading NHS hospital says.
  4. Undercover policing inquiry to open

    The judge leading a public inquiry into undercover policing is making his opening statement later on Tuesday.
  5. No need for another referendum - PM

    There is "no need" for another Scottish independence referendum, which would have to be "legal, fair and properly constituted", David Cameron says.
  6. Will battle daughter wins £164,000

    A woman cut out of her mother's will is awarded a £164,000 inheritance in a case experts think could prove to be a landmark ruling.
  7. Stafford NHS trust 'must improve'

    An NHS trust set up to run the scandal-hit Stafford Hospital requires improvement, a health watchdog says.
  8. Maddy police aware of Australia body

    Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann contact authorities in Australia following the discovery of a girl's remains in a suitcase, Scotland Yard says.
  9. Police investigating drug claim peer

    Police launch a criminal investigation after former Deputy Lords Speaker Lord Sewel was filmed allegedly taking drugs with prostitutes.
  10. Apple fake factory 'caught in China'

    A factory which had made up to 41,000 fake Apple iPhones has been caught in China leading to nine arrests.
  11. South Korea declares 'end' to Mers

    South Korea's PM Hwang Kyo-ahn declares a "de facto end" to the Mers virus outbreak, after no new infections are reported for 23 days.
  12. Actress faces child sex charges

    Maggie Kirkpatrick, who starred in 1980s soap Prisoner Cell Block H and later Home and Away, is charged with indecent assault and gross indecency.
  13. Corruption crackdown and wills warning

    A crackdown on corruption and a landmark ruling on wills make the front pages, as the Lord Sewel story rumbles on.
  14. What drives women to terrorist acts?

    Do women who take part in terrorist acts have different motivation from men, asks Bridget Kendall.
  15. How NSA and GCHQ spied on the world

    American and British intelligence used a secret relationship with the founder of a Swiss encryption company to help them spy during the Cold War, newly released documents analysed by the BBC reveal.
  16. Self-driving cars are a distant prospect

    What's putting the brakes on driverless cars?
  17. Labour leader contender: Andy Burnham

    A profile of Labour leadership contender and shadow health secretary Andy Burnham.
  18. San Francisco tries 'anti-pee' paint

    A urine-repellent paint that sends liquid "bouncing back" is being trialled in San Francisco in a bid to stop people relieving themselves in public.
  19. Boris Johnson bike backie 'naughty'

    Boris Johnson should have known better when he gave his wife a "backie" on his bicycle in London, safety campaigners say.
  20. Test cricket is 'brutal' - Bell

    Under-pressure England batsman Ian Bell describes Test cricket as a 'brutal environment' ahead of the third Ashes Test.
  21. Red Bull are 'high maintenance'

    Engine supplier Renault demands more respect from Red Bull after two seasons of largely disappointing results.
  22. Ashes still wide open - Edwards

    England captain Charlotte Edwards says there is "a long way to go" in the Women's Ashes after Australia win the ODI series.
  23. Blatter deserves Nobel Prize - Putin

    Fifa president Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel Prize, according to Russian president Vladimir Putin.
  24. Berahino 'not ready for Spurs move'

    A move to Tottenham this summer would be too soon for striker Saido Berahino, says his former West Brom boss Alan Irvine.
  25. China shares continue to slide

    Shares in mainland China continue their slide on Tuesday, a day after the Shanghai Composite index saw its biggest drop in eight years.
  26. Baidu profits miss expectations

    China's biggest online search engine Baidu missed analysts' expectations as profits took a hit from investment redirected elsewhere.
  27. Osborne hopeful of 'win-win' EU deal

    George Osborne says he is encouraged by the attitude of other EU members to the UK's reform agenda but won't be drawn on a likely referendum date.
  28. Labour Party 'should not split'

    The two candidates hoping to become the next leader of Scottish Labour reject calls for the party to break away from UK Labour.
  29. Blowing balloons 'treats glue ear'

    Using the nose to inflate a balloon helps heal glue ear, University of Southampton research suggests.
  30. Living Wage 'could harm home care'

    The National Living Wage could result in a "catastrophic failure" in the home care market, the industry is warning.
  31. Councils to be scored on Neet rates

    Local councils are being scored annually on how well they reduce the number of young people not in education, employment or training.
  32. 'Glass floor' protects middle classes

    Middle-class children benefit from a "glass floor" protecting them from slipping down the social scale in Britain, a study of 17,000 people concludes.
  33. Rapper 'hologram' stopped by police

    A digital performance by American rapper Chief Keef has been halted by police.
  34. Gift cards for phones offer launched

    Consumers can exchange old mobile phones for instant gift vouchers at catalogue retailer Argos.
  35. 'Laughing gas' emissions understated

    Emissions of nitrous oxide (N2O) from agriculture in some locations are under-estimated by 40% according to new research.
  36. Orchid spotters map shifting blooms

    A UK citizen science project to study when and where different orchids bloom has already revealed 200 new flowering locations for particular species.
  37. Brown bath death 'unexplained'

    Initial tests find no significant injuries to Bobbi Kristina Brown and no obvious underlying cause of death, according to the medical examiner.
  38. Cosby accusers' interviews published

    Thirty-five of the women accusing Bill Cosby of rape or sexual assault are interviewed and photographed for the front cover of New York Magazine.
  39. Why did HSBC shut down bank accounts?

    Last year international banking giant HSBC suddenly closed the bank accounts of several prominent British Muslims. Why?
  40. Why the row between Greece and Germany is like a lovers' tiff

    It resembles a romance gone sour, says writer Peter Aspden.
  41. Boy died after 'slipping into pipe'

    A missing seven-year-old boy who was found dead on a construction site in South Yorkshire slipped into a vertical plastic pipe, his grandmother says.
  42. Raw sewage 'pollutes 40 beaches'

    Raw sewage polluted 40 beaches in the South West at the weekend, campaigners say.
  43. Bin lorry crash 'took 19 seconds'

    Six people were killed in just 19 seconds when a bin lorry careered into them on a busy Glasgow street, a fatal accident inquiry hears.
  44. Pictish fort 'is Scotland's oldest'

    A Pictish fort uncovered during an archaeological dig on the Aberdeenshire coast is believed to be Scotland's oldest.
  45. Second post mortem after Ibiza death

    A second post mortem examination will be carried out on the body of a County Antrim man who died in Ibiza more than a week ago.
  46. Boyle gig 'goes on' despite protests

    A show by comedian Frankie Boyle looks set to go ahead despite opposition from a group that has said his jokes "mock children with disabilities".
  47. £750k campus fails to gain students

    No students sign up for University of South Wales courses in London, a year after they are launched with a budget of £750,000.
  48. Man arrested after roadside shooting

    Police arrest on a man on suspicion of attempted murder after a roadside shooting in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
  49. Obama to address African Union

    US President Barack Obama is to deliver a keynote speech at the African Union's headquarters in Ethiopia, on the last day of his trip to East Africa.
  50. SA police dispute Marikana report

    South Africa's embattled police chief criticises a judge-led inquiry which blamed her officers for the killing of 34 miners in Marikana.
  51. UK and Indonesia agree 'anti-IS plan'

    The UK and Indonesia agree measures to counter the "shared enemy" of Islamic State extremism at the start of David Cameron's four-day tour of South East Asia.
  52. Australia schools in extremism probe

    Allegations a Sydney student was preaching radical ideology at his school has prompted a state-wide audit.
  53. 'German bomber' struck Somali hotel

    A German of Somali origin is suspected to have been the suicide bomber who struck a hotel in Somalia, an intelligence officer says.
  54. 'Wrecked sub' seen in Swedish waters

    The Swedish military is investigating a report that a wrecked Russian submarine has been found in the country's territorial waters.
  55. Colombia probes possible mass grave

    Excavation begins at a Medellin landfill site where the bodies of up to 300 people are believed to be buried.
  56. US removes Cuba from trafficking list

    The United States removes Cuba from the list of countries failing to combat human trafficking.
  57. Air strikes pierce truce in Yemen

    A Saudi-led coalition resumes air strikes in Yemen, hours after a humanitarian truce came into effect.
  58. Huckabee Israel comments spark row

    US Republican Mike Huckabee triggers a row by accusing President Obama of marching Israelis "to the door of the oven" over the Iran nuclear deal.
  59. Obama attacks Huckabee Israel remarks

    US President Barack Obama says attacks on him by Republican presidential candidates are "outrageous" and would be "ridiculous if it weren't so sad".
  60. Boy Scouts lift ban on gay leaders

    The Boy Scouts of America vote to lift its ban on gay people serving as adult leaders in the organisation.
  61. Where Hunting Dogs Rest

    Martin Usborne documents the plight of abandoned Spanish hunting dogs
  62. Your pictures: Derelict

    Readers' photographs on the theme of derelict.
  63. Week in pictures: 18-24 July 2015

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.
  64. Nomads in Niger

    Photographer Terri Gold documents the Wodaabe and Tuareg nomadic communities of West Africa with infrared imagery
  65. Picturing England

    Images from the photographic archive of Historic England on show at Birmingham Library.
  66. In pictures: Discarded drug baggies

    Dan Giannopoulos's photographs of bags used to hold drugs, found on the streets of London.
  67. Your pictures: Hidden

    Readers' photographs on the theme of hidden
  68. Week in pictures: 11-17 July 2015

    News photo from around the world
  69. VIDEO: Health Committee

    The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.
  70. VIDEO: Libyans suffering in turbulent Tripoli

    The regime of Colonel Gadaafi in Libya ended four years ago. It is now a divided country with two rival governments and its people are struggling to rebuild their lives.
  71. VIDEO: Bill Cosby accusers speak to magazine

    Thirty-five of the women who have accused Bill Cosby of rape or sexual assault have been interviewed by New York Magazine.
  72. VIDEO: Turkey bombs IS and PKK positions

    The US and Turkey are working together on military plans to clear the Islamic State (IS) group from parts of northern Syria, American officials say.
  73. VIDEO: Huge wildfire hits Spain's Catalonia region

    The Catalonia region of Spain has seen its biggest forest fire this year, with more than 1,200 hectares burned in less than 24 hours.
  74. VIDEO: Laughing gas 'not just a bit of fun'

    Leesa Davies, whose son died after inhaling nitrous oxide - or laughing gas - speaks to the BBC.
  75. VIDEO: 'My GDP diary...'

    BBC News explains how your daily activities can influence the calculation of GDP, or Gross Domestic Product., a key economic indicator.
  76. VIDEO: Panic grips China's stock market

    Shares in mainland China have recorded their biggest one-day fall for more than eight years following a sell-off towards the end of the trading day.
  77. VIDEO: Kenyans, cartoons and satirising Obama

    Barack Obama was given a "homecoming" welcome during a visit to Kenya, but the country's political cartoonists still have fun satirising the US president.
  78. VIDEO: Why Americans give up holiday time

    Americans often don't use the little holiday time they have
  79. Which oils are best to cook with?

    Michael Mosley on which oil is the healthiest to cook with
  80. Why we like to believe that dinosaurs were scaly

    Why do we like to believe that dinosaurs were scaly?
  81. VIDEO: Chasing Britain's most threatened duck

    Keeping track of Britain's most threatened duck
  82. How the word 'tunnel' went from France to England and back

    What are the roots of the word 'tunnel'?
  83. Viewpoint: Why Britain does not owe reparations to India

    Why Britain does not owe reparations to India
  84. Journey's end for 55-year road trip

    Finishing the ultimate road trip, 55 years after it began
  85. Why are some jokes being hidden on Twitter?

    Why is Twitter hiding some jokes?

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