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Police in France have said the stabbing of a uniformed soldier in Paris may have been inspired by the murder of British soldier Drummer Lee Rigby in London.
The executive chairman of Google has said there should be a "reasonable debate" about how Britain taxes multinational companies and "we'll do whatever you guys decide".
As thousands of people flock to Britain's largest literary festival to celebrate books, the state of the publishing industry itself is in flux.
One of only six surviving Apple 1 computers still in working order has sold for a record 516,461 euros (£441,532).
David Cameron is to attempt to launch a crackdown on the preachers of hate blamed by the Government for the extremism that led to the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
The unveiling of a massive Lego model in Times Square has brought new meaning to the saying that everything is bigger in New York City.
Vilified, ostracised, threatened in the Middle East, Israel is about to join the Gulf Arab states as a fossil fuel giant that could tie it closer to its neighbours and Western Europe.
Not long ago, a Top 10 hit on iTunes wouldn't have been possible without the backing of a major record company, but social media has changed the rules.
Bill Oddie has accused HSBC of funding the desecration of forests in a passionate speech at the bank's annual general meeting in London.
An elderly woman who was reunited with her dog during a TV interview after the Oklahoma tornado says that even if she has lost her possessions, she still has what’s most important to her – her beloved pet Bowser.
Sky's Naomi Kerbel offers a look ahead to what's coming up in the week's business news.
The shattered community of Moore in Oklahoma has been sent messages of hope by neighbours who suffered even greater tornado devastation.
A boat full of passengers has been rescued after it hit a rock at Skomer Island, off the Pembrokeshire coast.
Dozens of activists at a gay pride march in Moscow have been arrested by Russian police.
A zoo owner has described how he desperately tried to stop a tiger mauling a female worker who died hours later from her injuires.
Flash floods caused by torrential downpours in San Antonio, Texas, have left at least one person dead and sparked a huge rescue mission to help hundreds of stranded drivers and residents.