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Internet firms are to meet ministers at No 10 amid calls for more to be done to block images of child sex abuse and to stop children viewing pornography.
A 98-year-old Nazi war crimes suspect linked to the murder of Jews is charged in Hungary.
The former leader of Plaid Cymru, Ieuan Wyn Jones, is to stand down from his Ynys Mon seat, triggering a by-election, BBC Wales understands.
Nearly half the titles read by children in a national reading competition were consumed online, according to the charity Booktrust.
As many as 200,000 people have marched through the streets of Brazil's biggest cities, as protests over rising public transport costs and the expense of staging the 2014 World Cup have spread.
A petition calling for bravery medals for three women who confronted alleged Woolwich attackers will be handed over to Downing Street later.
Sport England warns the Lawn Tennis Association that it must drive up participation figures or face losing valuable funding.
Joe Kinnear says he has "more intelligence" than any of critics, who have questioned his return to Newcastle.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams is to become chancellor of the largest university in Wales.
The family of a County Down man killed in a hit-and-run accident in New York remember him as a "man of many talents" who touched people's lives.
China, the world's biggest carbon emitter, is to launch its first carbon trading scheme as a pilot project in Shenzhen.
Europe's plans to explore Mars with a satellite in 2016 and a rover in 2018 take a big step forward with the signing of new industrial contracts.
Up to 5,000 military personnel are expected to receive redundancy letters in the third and biggest round of Army job cuts following the 2010 defence review.
Afghan forces have formally taken over security for the whole of the country from Nato-led troops, completing a process begun in 2011.
Tax, trade and transparency are expected to dominate discussions at the G8 summit, with leaders said to be close to agreeing a statement on Syria.
Vodafone faces a potential bidding war for Kabel Deutschland after US firm Liberty Global makes a rival offer for the German cable TV firm.
The death toll from flooding and landslides triggered by heavy rain in northern India rises to 70, media reports say.
The UK's top climate scientists are to meet at the Met Office headquarters in Exeter to discuss Britain's "unusual" weather patterns.
Two companies which appear in BBC Three documentary The Call Centre are fined by the regulators in connection with nuisance calls.
Art collector Charles Saatchi is cautioned for assault after images of him grasping his wife, Nigella Lawson, by the neck appeared in a newspaper.