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A Paris summit of international foreign ministers pledges to help Iraq fight Islamic State militants "by all means necessary".
Two British tourists have been killed in an attack on a beach on the island of Koh Tao in southern Thailand, local police say.
First Minister Alex Salmond joins business leaders to argue for a Yes vote, as Prime Minister David Cameron prepares to outline "head and heart" reasons to vote No.
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Scores of migrants, mostly from Africa, are feared to have drowned after a boat sank off the coast of Libya, officials say.
A child cancer specialist at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge admits sexually abusing boys in his care.
A driver who raced another car at more than 100mph while he had an 18-month-old child on board is warned he could be jailed.
Why did the fire at Manchester Dogs' Home on Friday capture the public's imagination and raise £1 million within 24 hours?
A 36-year-old woman dies in a multi-vehicle crash on the M1 motorway in Bedfordshire.
A comment by Apple CEO Tim Cook has sparked debate regarding whether television is keeping up with changes in technology and consumer demands.
The funeral of Ian Paisley, the former Democratic Unionist Party leader and first minister of Northern Ireland, takes place later.
Foreign Office looking into reports that two British nationals have been found dead on Thai beach.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond attends a summit to discuss plans to tackle Islamic State (IS) militants, following the killing of hostage David Haines.
A slow recovery among nations using the euro is holding back the global economy, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says.
The Financial Times has redesigned the print version of the newspaper, corresponding with a shift of focus to online content.
A driver is told he faces jail after breaking his neighbour's arm with a scaffolding pole in a dispute over parking.
An exhibition of Henri Matisse's cut-out art is the most successful exhibition held to date at the Tate with more than 560,000 visitors.
Europe's Rosetta mission team, which aims to land on a 4km-wide comet later this year, identifies what they think is the safest place to land a small robot craft.
A large quantity of alcohol is seized from seven buses in Keady, County Armagh, carrying mostly underage teenagers to a post-formal event.
A wireless Canon Pixma printer has been hacked by a security researcher to run classic video game Doom.