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Stolen radioactive material, cobalt-60, is found in Mexico, but officials warn the thieves may have been exposed to deadly radiation levels.
Radioactive medical material - cobalt-60 - taken when a truck was stolen near Mexico City on Monday has been found, local officials say.
Police release a new enhanced recording of an armed robber on the phone a year after he first struck in the New Forest.
President Barack Obama calls for government action to remedy what he describes as profound income inequality and a lack of social mobility in the US.
The lonely graves of the victims of Lampedusa
Regulators need to clamp down more on companies that make nuisance calls, an influential group of MPs says.
Australian airline Qantas issues a profit warning, and says "immense challenges" mean 1,000 jobs must be shed.
A skeleton, thought to date back to Roman Britain, has been discovered in a sewer trench in a North Yorkshire town.
Meeting Greece's million unpaid workers
Amnesty International urges North Korea to close two political prisoner camps, where it says torture is rampant and execution commonplace.
Potter star pleased with his performance 'for the first time'
A student in the US state of Massachusetts who is accused of killing his maths teacher pleads not guilty to murder, rape and robbery.
A juror who was jailed for contempt after carrying out research on the internet during a trial at Luton Crown Court, is taking her case to Europe.
All winners of a pilot retail project have now either shut down or moved out of the Aberdeen community where it was launched, BBC Scotland learns.
Three artists are shortlisted for this year's Brit Critics' Choice award, won last year by Tom Odell.
An anti-tuberculosis vaccine could prevent multiple sclerosis, early research suggests.
British Olympic showjumper Ben Maher faces a legal action which claims he made secret profits from horse deals.
Broadcaster Carol Vorderman comes one step closer to her dream of flying solo around the world after gaining her pilot's licence.
Is choosing to block online advertising ethical?
A Labour MP has called for more people struggling with depression to seek treatment, after revealing his own battle against "black moods".