Two people carrying weapons have been seen entering an office used by Turkey's AK Party a day after militants were shot dead.
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The world's oldest person - a woman from Japan - has died a few weeks after celebrating her 117th birthday.
The grandson of oil billionaire J Paul Getty has been found dead in mysterious circumstances at his home in the Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles.
Online fashion retailer ASOS has seen its profits hit after last year's warehouse fire.
The owner of an exotic pet store has been charged in connection with the deaths of two young brothers who were asphyxiated by a 100-pound python.
China has called for both sides to compromise in nuclear talks between Iran and world powers, warning that all previous efforts will be wasted if a deadlock continues.
A Labour government would threaten jobs, deter investment and put Britain's economic recovery at risk, according to a letter signed by more than 100 leading business figures.
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Pledges by Labour and the Conservatives to improve patient access to GP appointments are unlikely to be met in the next five years, independent researchers have warned.
A British technology company which is targeting the dominance of ‘old media’ information platforms will disclose on Wednesday that it has raised a new round of funding from backers including Jon Mo
Workers on zero-hours contracts will be able to demand a regular contract after 12 weeks under proposals set to be announced by Ed Miliband.
Mobile phone footage taken from inside the Germanwings flight during its final moments has reportedly been recovered from the crash site in the French Alps.
Lawyers for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have rested their case.
A prosecutor has died of his wounds after a shoot-out brought an end to a hostage stand-off in Turkey.
Two cross-dressing men who were injured, one fatally, as police opened fire on their stolen vehicle outside the US National Security Agency have been named.
Jeremy Clarkson will appear alongside his former Top Gear colleagues Richard Hammond and James May in live shows arranged before he was sacked by the BBC for attacking one of his producers.
Nigerian opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari has won the country's presidential election, beating incumbent Goodluck Jonathan by more than 2.5 million votes.
An Ohio woman repeatedly stabbed her boyfriend after losing her temper because he ate all the salsa, police say.
Plaid Cymru said it is time to "settle up with Wesminster" and demand greater powers for Welsh public services which had been "cut to the bone".
Iraq's prime minister has declared victory in the weeks-long battle to retake the key city of Tikrit from Islamic State.
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