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Two inmates who staged a protest on the roof of a prison in Greater Manchester are now back inside, the Ministry of Justice says.
Wearing an alien costume and a sandwich board, Miley Cyrus announces she will front the MTV VMAs.
A postman steps in to save a vulnerable Welsh pensioner from being targeted by scam mail.
Scientists at Cardiff University are using DNA testing by robots to help identify infections in cystic fibrosis patients more quickly and accurately.
The family of the late motorcycle medic Dr John Hinds say they plan to set up a charity to support his vision of a dedicated Northern Ireland air ambulance service.
Gallantry medals won by a British secret agent in World War Two should be bought for the country, the founder of a museum set up in her name has said.
Borrowers are at risk of falling into the hands of illegal lenders because of "severe restrictions" on payday lending, a trade body argues.
Japan strengthens criticism of Chinese activity in disputed seas in its annual defence report, after the first draft was rejected.
The Brics group of emerging economies launches its New Development Bank in Shanghai, seen as a rival to the World Bank and IMF.
Cathy Lewis, space suit curator at the Air and Space Museum in Washington, explains why a campaign is under way to raise $500,000 to help safeguard the spacesuit worn by Neil Armstrong.
Brazilian police in the Amazon city of Manaus investigate a surge in murders, after 35 people were reported to have died violently over the weekend.
The way hospitals discharge patients is probably contributing to high levels of readmission, a year-long Healthwatch England inquiry finds.
Irregular sleeping patterns are "unequivocally" shown to lead to cancer in tests on mice, a study suggests.
Dan Giannopoulos's photographs of bags used to hold drugs, found on the streets of London.
Recreating a panoramic photo from WW1
Australia could earn up to $1.5bn a year in cattle exports to China in a deal being negotiated between the two countries.
Will Young on his favourite albums, and why he'll never listen to Kanye
Apple releases its first results since its watch went on sale - but don't expect any sales figures.
The police force at the centre of the Rotherham abuse scandal still needs to make "major improvements" to some child protection procedures, a report finds.
Researchers say the Arctic is highly sensitive to changes in summer temperatures as ice rebound continued through 2014.