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The grandfather of one girl who was abused in Rotherham spoke to BBC Radio 5 live's Dan Johnson and described the day the 13 year old went missing after school.
Police are making a fresh appeal for information a week after Robbie Morrison was murdered in Edinburgh.
Abdullah al-Thinni steps down as Libya's prime minister in a bid to end the power struggle dividing the country.
The UN calls for their "immediate release" of 43 Fijian peacekeepers in the Syrian Golan Heights, captured by an armed group.
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Tumble's Sarah Harding and Leon Fagbemi in his Premier League predictions.
The Scottish first minister claims the "politics of Euroscepticism" at Westminster are "deeply damaging" for Scotland.
A man dies in hospital four days after being allegedly assaulted outside a pub in Caerphilly town centre.
Australian actor Bill Kerr, "the boy from Wagga Wagga" who became one of Tony Hancock's radio sidekicks in the 1950s, dies in Perth at the age of 92.
A camera harness for dogs from GoPro, plus other tech news.
At least one piece of gold is found on a beach in Kent where a German artist has buried £10,000 worth of bullion.
Two people are taken to hospital, one by air ambulance, after separate serious crashes in the north east of Scotland.
Papua New Guinea's eastern Mount Tavurvur erupts, disrupting flights and spewing rocks and ash into the air.
Roy Hodgson says he had concerns over Luke Shaw's fitness before Louis van Gaal's criticism of the left-back.
Japan's defence ministry has requested its biggest ever budget amid severe tensions with China over a maritime dispute in the East China Sea.
US comedienne Joan Rivers, 81, is "resting comfortably" and with her family after reportedly going into cardiac arrest during surgery on her vocal chords.
Nato holds an emergency meeting to discuss the eastern Ukraine crisis, after presenting more evidence of direct Russian military involvement.
Graeme Swann renews his call for former team-mate Alastair Cook to end his captaincy of the England one-day side.
Shares in the struggling supermarket Tesco have fallen more than 8% after the group cut its profit forecast and dividend.
An academic is posting millions of historic photos and illustrations to Flickr where they can be searched and copied without charge.
A bus and a tram have collided as they travelled east towards Princes Street during the rush hour in Edinburgh.