Rap group The Beastie Boys win a $1.7m copyright ruling after their music was used in an advert for a fizzy drink.
Blind cave-dwelling fish found in Somalia are able to recognise differences in quantities, say scientists.
Prominent Thai anti-coup activist Sombat Boonngamanong is arrested for violating an order to report to the ruling junta.
Several people are injured after Sikh groups brandishing swords clash at India's Golden Temple during special prayers to mark the military assault there in 1984.
All flights are grounded at Bristol Airport following a serious power failure in the terminal.
Senior US senators agree a package of measures aimed at addressing the problems that have engulfed the healthcare system provided to veterans.
World leaders are to gather in northern France for a day of events marking the 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy during World War Two.
Pope Francis dismisses the entire board of the Vatican's financial regulator as part of his reforms in the city-state.
Canadian police arrest Justin Bourque over killing of three police officers in Moncton, New Brunswick
Chinese-born Australian artist Guo Jian, detained before the Tiananmen anniversary, will be deported from Beijing, Canberra says.
North Korea says it arrested an American tourist, reportedly for leaving a Bible at a hotel - the third US citizen to be held by Pyongyang.
A UN report suggests both sides in the conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) have committed war crimes, but says talk of ethnic cleansing is premature.
China under-reports its defence spending by about 20%, the US says in an annual report likely to anger Beijing.
Britain's most senior civil servant is to investigate the high-profile row between two senior cabinet ministers over Muslim extremism in schools.
Asian stocks rise after the European Central Bank imposes negative interest rates and other measures aimed at stimulating the economy.
An international football tournament is taking place in Sweden for teams not recognised by FIFA. Darfur United are among the teams challenging for the CONIFA World Football Cup.
European Commission presidential hopeful Jean-Claude Juncker criticises the British press, saying their attention on him was a "desperate move".
The family of a 12-year-old stabbed 19 times by two classmates trying to impress a fictional horror character says she is able to walk in hospital.
One person has been killed and three others wounded in a shooting on the campus of Seattle Pacific University in the US state of Washington.
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