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Police in Singapore arrest 27 South Asian suspects after hundreds of foreign workers take part in a riot sparked by the death of an Indian man.
Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce asks how England can recover from another heavy defeat by Australia that leaves them 2-0 down in the Ashes series
Some patients are facing long waits in ambulances outside A&E departments, with one case involving a delay of more than six hours, figures show.
Volkswagen is to stop making the Kombi and a motoring era is coming to an end.
A drug which is being trialled by doctors in Cardiff could give new hope to patients with the most common adult leukaemia.
Police are continuing to question six people arrested on Sunday after an ex-Portsmouth player told an undercover reporter he had been involved in fixing football matches.
Zach Johnson beats world number one and tournament host Tiger Woods in a play-off to win the World Challenge in California.
Some of the year's cinematic highlights - from the touching story of Philomena to the graphic scenes in Filth - have been honoured at the British Independent Film Awards in London.
Companies selling the UK government's flagship energy-saving scheme in Wales could be breaking the law, a BBC investigation finds.
US diplomat Dr Richard Haass is due to return to Northern Ireland to continue chairing talks about flags, parades and past.
The night sky above the Northumberland National Park and Kielder Water and Forest Park is granted special protection.
The mystery of one of the strangest landscape features on the planet - Mima mounds - is solved, scientists say.
The London-based Inmarsat company launches the first spacecraft in a new £1bn global telecommunications network.
There is anger in a number of Monday's papers at news that MPs are in line for an 11% pay rise after the next election.
Artist Kadir Nelson on how he approached a painting challenge
Metro Manila, a crime caper set in the Philippines, is named best film and picks up two other honours at the British Independent Film Awards.
England captain Alastair Cook insists his side can fight back despite going 2-0 down after another emphatic Ashes defeat.
Politician Matteo Renzi vows to shake up left and win power
Three people are injured in a brawl at a football match in southern Brazil in a violent end to Brazil's football league season.