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The Royal Navy's former flagship, the Ark Royal, sets sail for the final time, bound for a scrap yard in Turkey.
Two car bombs in the Iraqi city of Basra kill at least 10 people, police and medical officials say.
China's Premier Li Keqiang pledges to build trust with India where he is meeting his counterpart Manmohan Singh, after a recent flare-up in border tensions.
Discount airline Ryanair reports record full-year profits and rising revenues despite soaring fuel costs, but hits out at "bizarre" EU takeover decision.
Talks in Cardiff involving senior police officers, politicians, republicans and loyalists have been called positive and constructive.
Conservative Party divisions over legalising same-sex marriage in England and Wales are set to be exposed again when the plans return to the Commons later.
The risk of developing bunions - bony growths on the big toe - is linked to your family, not your shoes, a US study has shown.
Fighting rages in Syria's town of Qusair after government troops launched a major operation to seize the strategic rebel stronghold.
The search for a person missing after a fatal explosion at a Nottinghamshire house will continue later, after the building is made safe.
An investigation is under way after one man died and two people, one of them a boy, were critically injured when a light aircraft crashed at Caernarfon Airport
The UK astronaut Tim Peake has been given a date to fly to the International Space Station (ISS).
Changes to the way social and private homes are rented could cost up to £45m, a landlords' organisation claims, saying it would be better spent building houses.
Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce savours an eventful first Test at Lord's and asks what we learned from England's thrilling win
Tory discontent continues to enthral
China says it has called on North Korea to secure the release of a fishing boat and its crew seized on 5 May, as captors reportedly demand a ransom.
A number of prominent business leaders accuse those calling for Britain to leave the European Union of "putting politics before economics".
At least one person is reported dead and several others injured in a series of tornadoes that have torn through the US state of Oklahoma.
A 48-year-old British man living in France is expected to be formally charged later with killing his two children, aged five and 10.
The Royal Navy's former flagship, the Ark Royal, leaves her home port of Portsmouth for the final time later, bound for a scrap yard in Turkey.
A senior doctor treating Alberto Fujimori says the jailed former president of Peru has severe and worsening health problems.