21 August 2014 Last updated at 16:06

Libya 'floating hotel for MPs'cruise ship

Libya government hires a cruise ship for politicians to live on ahead of a no confidence vote in parliament.


Gloved hand with crowbarInterpol building raided five times

Thieves make off with laptops and cameras after five burglaries in three weeks.

UAE foreign ministry map of London dangersUAE map says Oxford Circus dangerous

Foreign ministry map urges UAE tourists to avoid Piccadilly, Soho and Oxford Street.

People on SegwaysNorway books 'first drunk Segwayer'

The first drunk-driving Segway user is caught after Norway lifts its ban on the vehicles.

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov speaks at the opening of a mosque in the Palestinian town of Abu Ghosh in March 2014Thousands 'look for leader's mobile'

Police question over 1,000 people, apparently after a Chechen leader misplaces his phone.

ThinkstockDrone drops mobiles into Greek jail

Guards found mobiles, chargers and headphones inside but have not located a suspect.

Tim Vine with his trophyHoover gag wins funniest joke award

A joke by Tim Vine is voted the funniest at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, making him the first comedian to win the accolade twice.

Peter CapaldiCapaldi: Doctor 'not yet in place'

New Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi admits he is still finding his feet when it comes to playing the Time Lord in the latest series of the BBC One sci-fi show.

Aloft butler robotRobot butlers dismissed as 'gimmick'

A US hotel chain has been criticised over plans to introduce robotic butlers to its workforce.

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