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The decapitated body of a politician is found in Mexico's Guerrero state, where she had been standing for mayor in June's elections
A West Yorkshire man who disappeared 16 years ago was probably murdered, police say.
Training in paediatric first aid will be compulsory for nursery staff in England under government proposals announced following a baby's death.
British artists account for the biggest share of albums sold in the UK last year the British Phonographic Industry says.
Rwanda outgrows its genocide orphanages
Deepening ties between Greece and Russia set off alarm bells across Europe, as leaders in Athens wrangle with creditors over reforms to avoid bankruptcy.
Surveyors say house prices in London are moving in the opposite direction to the rest of the UK - they are falling.
Saudi's 'Julian Assange' and his stream of anonymous leaks
The man who helped to blow up Afghanistan's Buddhas
New ScotRail trains which will be "quieter, faster and longer" than those currently in us are unveiled.
A nursing body's analysis of inspections of hospitals which are caring for the elderly suggests the current inspection regime has not driven up standards.
The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games cost taxpayers £37m less than budgeted, according to a report by the public spending watchdog.
Cuba and the United States re-established direct telephone links for the first time in 15 years, Cuba's state telecommunications company says.
Sri Lanka's president Maithripala Sirisena tells the BBC he hopes to set up an inquiry into alleged war crimes committed in the civil war within a month.
Vidic to re-join Man Utd, Alves to sign for PSG, Wenger wants Cech and more.
MPs have called on the postal regulator to show that it can react swiftly to changes in the postal market.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage's suggestion that equality laws should be scrapped leads some papers, while others focus on Jeremy Clarkson's BBC suspension.
A group of 21 aid agencies says the UN Security Council has failed to implement resolutions meant to secure protection and help for civilians in Syria.
What lorry drivers want from the Budget
The Department for Transport is axing a website comparing data about car accidents in England because of a lack of interest.