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Hanjin Louisiana docks in Singapore with British cadets on board

A container ship from the troubled Hanjin group has finally docked in the port of Singapore after weeks of uncertainty at sea, allowing four British cadets to return home. READ MORE

Shimon Perez: An emigre who became a world statesman

A look back at the life and career of former Israeli PM and President Shimon Peres. READ MORE

Spider bites Australian man on penis again

A 21-year-old Australian tradesman using a portable toilet on a building site is bitten by a venomous spider on the penis for a second time. READ MORE

Chemi Peres: 'Farewell to our beloved father

Shimon Peres' son, Chemi Peres, led the tributes to his father outside the Sheba Medical Center near Tel Aviv. READ MORE

Chinese investors pay A$88.88m for Sydney property

Chinese investors pay a "lucky" A$88,888,888.88 for a Sydney property, as new warnings emerge about a property bubble in the Australian city. READ MORE

MH17: Dutch-led team to release findings on plane downing

An international investigation team looking into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 is due to release its findings on Wednesday. READ MORE

How does a BUK missile system work?

The Ukrainian military has given BBC News access to one of its BUKs, to show how sophisticated a piece of military equipment it is. READ MORE

Son of AFL coach not guilty of murder

The son of Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh is found not guilty of his murder, on grounds of mental incompetence. READ MORE

Sam Allardyce 'deeply disappointed' to leave England role

Sam Allardyce says he is "deeply disappointed" to have left his role as England football manager after 67 days and one match in charge. READ MORE

Former Israeli PM Shimon Peres dies

Former Israeli PM and president Shimon Peres dies aged 93 following a stroke two weeks ago, reports say READ MORE

Presidential debate: Trump-Clinton showdown breaks TV records

The first US presidential debate is watched by 84 million people, breaking a record set by Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in 1980. READ MORE

Wells Fargo chief forfeits $41m amid corruption probe

Wells Fargo chief executive John Stumpf forfeits $41m (£31.5m) in share bonuses as the bank giant tries to stem a scandal over its sales practices. READ MORE