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N Korea: Leader's uncle executed
The North Korean leader's uncle, Chang Song-thaek, is executed after being purged for "acts of treachery", says the state news agency.
Gang crime efforts working - May
A drive to combat gang crime in England is "working", Home Secretary Theresa May says, as a review of efforts to tackle the problem is published.
EU failing Syria refugees - Amnesty
European leaders should be ashamed by the paltry numbers of refugees from Syria they are prepared to resettle, human rights group Amnesty says.
HS2 project essential to UK, say MPs
The HS2 high-speed rail project is essential for the UK's future and the potential economic gains outweigh any risks, MPs say.
US captive in Iran said to be CIA
An ex-FBI agent believed held in Iran for the last seven years was working for the CIA on an unapproved mission, the Associated Press reports.
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Bitcoin start-up raises $25m funding
Coinbase, a start-up that lets people trade Bitcoins, raises $25m (£15m) in venture capital funding.
YouTube culls hundreds of game clips
Major games publishers offer support to fans who have had gameplay clips removed from YouTube due to "illegitimate" copyright claims.
German 'porn users' told to pay up
A German law firm is seeking recompense from users alleged to have infringed copyright by streaming content online.
Bots 'take up 61% of web traffic'
A study suggests bots - automated software tools - now account for nearly double the amount of traffic generated by humans actively using the web.
Instagram adds direct messaging
Photo and video sharing app Instagram has added direct messaging to its service, a nod to the success of rivals like Whatsapp and Snapchat.
Football dominates UK Twitter chat
Football matches accounted for several of the biggest spikes in Twitter traffic seen over the course of 2013 - but which game topped the social network's list?
Yahoo Mail hits more problems
Yahoo Mail has been down for some users since Monday sparking more questions about the stability of the service.
Spotify offers 'free' mobile service
Spotify is to allow handsets and tablets to access its service without paid subscription for the first time.
Migrants' details wrongly published
Personal details of nearly 1,600 illegal immigrants whose families were in the process of being returned home were published in error on the Home Office website.
Online spending up by 16%
There has been a rise of 16% in the amount we spend online, according to the latest data from Ofcom.
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