Chinese officials dismiss accusations that an Ontario naval engineer passed on secrets about Canada's national shipbuilding strategy to them.
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International league tables comparing school standards are expected to show the UK is failing to catch up high-performing countries in Asia.
Npower is writing to its 5.4 million domestic customers to apologise for problems with its billing process.
The UK's new envoy to Tehran is to visit Iran for the first time on Tuesday.
US Vice-President Joe Biden arrives in Tokyo to meet Japanese leaders at the start of a week-long trip to Asia.
Policing minister Damian Green warns fans could die at grounds because of flares used inside British football stadiums.
Human rights campaigners have said David Cameron has sidelined the issue of Tibet - Damian Grammaticas travelled to TIbetan areas to find out what makes people resort to desperate protests.
Thailand's protests are set to continue after the leader of the anti-government movement announced new targets for his supporters.
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Lebanon's government tells the army to take control of security in the city of Tripoli after 10 people die in two days of fighting.
US singer and songwriter Bob Dylan has been placed under judicial investigation in France for allegedly provoking ethnic hatred of Croats.
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The UK is expected to trail behind East Asian countries in international league tables on education that are to be published on Tuesday. The BBC's Reeta Chakrabarti reports on the education system in South Korea.
A train that crashed on Sunday in New York City was going 82mph (132 km/h) when it ran off the rails, killing four and injuring 63, investigators say.
US sales on the year's biggest shopping day fell for the first time in seven years, according to the National Retail Federation.
Italian coastguards have rescued more than 120 Syrian migrants from a boat adrift in stormy seas off the southern coast.
The United States is threatening to pull out of a security pact with Afghanistan unless it is signed by the end of the year - without the pact trade routes could be threatened.
Ukraine's prime minister says he sees "all the signs of a coup" as protests against the authorities intensify in the capital Kiev.
New Blackberry boss John Chen says the 'for sale' sign has been taken down at the troubled smartphone maker.