An Army Apache attack helicopter makes a forced landing on a school sports pitch after developing a technical fault.
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UK fantasy author Terry Pratchett dies aged 66 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease, his publisher says
AP McCoy gets a first win on day three of his final Cheltenham Festival after riding Uxizandre to victory in the Ryanair Chase.
An explosive device injures five police officers and two other people in the Colombian capital Bogota in the early hours.
A murder investigation is under way after 18-year-old Connor Marshall died following an attack at a south Wales caravan park.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has backed Gareth Bale and denied that coach Carlo Ancelotti is facing the sack.
David Cameron will not attend Russia's World War Two commemorations in May if he remains as prime minister, due to the country's actions in Ukraine.
A volcanic eruption in Tonga in January leads to the creation of a new island in the Pacific, some 500m across and 250m high.
Police are searching for a suspected fraudster after a shop in Northern Ireland accepted a toy 100 euro note.
A man has been arrested for allegedly helping three British schoolgirls cross into Syria, Turkey's foreign minister says.
John Terry defends his Chelsea team-mates after PSG forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic called them "babies" in Champions League.
Two police officers have been shot in the US city of Ferguson, where tensions have been running high since the killing of an unarmed black teenager in 2014.
At least 50 government soldiers and rebels have died in a battle for control of a strategic mountain village in north-west Syria, activists say.
Home Secretary Theresa May appears to rule out extending the scope of a child sexual abuse inquiry to cover Northern Ireland and Scotland.
The Duchess of Cambridge is making one of her final public appearances before she gives birth to her second child.
A 26-year-old woman is accused of assaulting young children at a private school in Aberdeen.
More than 200 traditional healers and witchdoctors are arrested in Tanzania in a crackdown on the murder of albinos for their body parts.
A man who supplied "Superman" ecstasy pills linked to two deaths over Christmas in Ipswich is jailed for more than five years.
The BBC's Jim Muir speaks to Syrian refugees in Lebanon about their struggle to survive, as reports to mark the fourth anniversary of the conflict say civilians have been failed by the UN.