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Two men and three teenage boys convicted at Old Bailey of 18 rapes and a string of other offences

Green agenda: The Lough Erne Resort is the setting for the G8

G8 summit: Will it tackle tax avoidance?

Top of the agenda for the Cameron, who goes into this week's G8 conference as president, is tax reform. We know that multinationals avoid paying their share. We also know it will be difficult to make them start. Can Cameron change the way that global finance works?

Greek PM faces revolt over state TV closure as unions stage general strike

Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation shut down while on-air in move to curb ‘excesses’

Narendra Modi, chief minister of Gujarat state, gestures on the podium

Is Mr Modi the man for India?

Narendra Modi isn't actually standing for election as Indian Prime Minister yet, although you'd be forgiven for thinking otherwise. Since the main opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) announced he will be leading its election campaign, the world media has been busy sizing up his leadership potential.

St Neots funfair ride partially collapses injuring 11

Eleven people have been injured, one taken to hospital, after a fairground ride collapsed at a funfair in the Cambridge town of St Neots.

Larry King handed over his CNN timeslot to Piers Morgan in 2010

American broadcaster Larry King back on the airwaves... on a Russian channel

Larry King, the veteran American broadcaster, is to host a political talk show on Russia Today, the Kremlin-funded television channel.

BuzzFeed and CNN are working in partnership to create a new YouTube channel called 'CNN Buzzfeed'

BuzzFeed and CNN announce joint YouTube video channel

The channel hopes to create 'shareable, emotionally compelling video content for a highly-mobile, video-driven generation'

Crime Officers at the scene in Woolwich

We face new type of terror threat after Woolwich attack, says former Flying Squad commander

Terror experts said that the murder is a "departure" from previous attacks and represents a "new round of terror threats in this country".

James Harding, incoming Director of News at the BBC

Incoming BBC news director promises action for more on-air female journalists

James Harding, the incoming Director of News at the BBC, has admitted his discomfort at the lack of women broadcasters on the BBC's bulletins and has promised to address the issue as a priority.

Six of of 10 UK internet users access BBC website - but even that is below target

BBC Online also failing to meet target of 22m clickthroughs a year for connecting users to external sites

Rogers has 18 caps for the US national team

Robbie Rogers - the footballer who came out as gay - could make a comeback

The US international footballer immediately retired after he revealed he was gay

Police and investigators scour Boylston Street, near the finishing line of Monday’s Boston Marathon, yesterday

Boston: TV channels and social media fill news vacuum with rumours

Inspired by TV crimescene investigation dramas, many social media users have become convinced that digital technology offers the tools to trace the killer

Margaret Thatcher funeral a proper honour, says Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson said today he was more sympathetic to Baroness Thatcher now than when he was young and defended the cost of her funeral.

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'I won't take a pay-off': New BBC Director-General Tony Hall says he won't accept massive redundancy payment if he fails

Tony Hall, the new BBC Director-General, has pledged to end a culture of excessive redundancy payments for executives and promised that he will not accept a pay-off if he fails in the post.

A still image from the popular French reality show Koh-Lanta, the 16th series of which has been abandoned after a contestant died

Second death at French reality TV show as doctor kills himself

Medic leaves note saying he can't look people in face after contestant's death

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