Crossbow used in triple Canada murderThree people have been killed in Toronto, with one of the fatalities believed to be caused by a crossbow, say police.
Brazil court summons Lochte to give evidence over robbery claimPolice in Brazil say they want prosecutors to charge US swimmer Ryan Lochte over his claim to have been robbed at gunpoint during the Olympics.
Drug firm stung by EpiPen price outrageManufacturer promises to act after Hillary Clinton joins attack on hikes in US price of life saving device.
Man Booker winner The Luminaries adapted for TVEleanor Catton's Man Booker Prize-winning novel The Luminaries, a Victorian mystery tale set during the New Zealand gold rush, is to be made into BBC Two drama series.
Great British Bake Off: More than 10 million tune in to first episodeThe Great British Bake Off attracts an average 10.4 million viewers as it returned for a seventh series - a record opener for the BBC One show and beating the most-watched moments of the Rio Olympics.
Nigel Farage to be played by comic Kevin Bishop in one-off comedyComedian Kevin Bishop is to play Nigel Farage in a one-off comedy and describes the outgoing UKIP leader as a "gift to parody".
Apple tackles iPhone one-tap spyware flawsThree flaws in Apple's iOS operating system are found that meant spyware could be installed with a single tap.
HP laptop blocks over-shoulder snoopingComputer firm Hewlett-Packard has developed two new laptops that feature an optional privacy mode that obscures the screen unless viewed face-on.
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