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The main railway station in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, opens its doors to hundreds of migrants after a two-day stand-off.
A 14-year-old boy who sent a naked photo of himself to a girl at school has had a crime of making and distributing indecent images recorded against him, the BBC learns.
Labour leadership candidate Liz Kendall speaks out about the perceived sexism she says she received during her campaign.
Hungarian police have opened the international railway station in Budapest to migrants who have been camped outside since Tuesday.
Japanese carmaker Nissan announces it will invest £100m in its UK plant at Sunderland to build the new Juke model.
Three Irish sisters all give birth on the same day, in the same hospital, while a fourth sister who is also pregnant was days overdue.
Ex-cricketer Shane Warne writes to tennis player Nick Kyrgios, telling his fellow Australian not to waste his talent.
China has held a lavish parade in Beijing to mark the defeat of Japan in World War Two, showcasing its military might on an unprecedented scale.
Briton Chris Froome's participation in the Vuelta a Espana could be over after he was injured in a crash on Wednesday.
An overgrown sheep dubbed Chris, found wandering near Australia's capital, sets an unofficial world record for the heaviest fleece.
Wales are set to be ranked above England in the Fifa world list for the first time ahead of Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifier in Cyprus.
China held a large military parade to mark 70 years since their defeat of Japan and the end of World War Two.
Prime Minister David Cameron faces growing pressure at home and abroad for the UK to take in thousands of the migrants fleeing to Europe.
Prince's producer reveals secrets of new album
A drug used to treat diabetes could help in the fight against blood cancer, according to research in the journal Nature.
Progressive music, the oft-maligned genre that had its heyday in the 1970s, is to be endorsed by the Official Charts Company.
The UN says conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa are depriving more then 13 million children of an education.
At least 100 schools in England are pressurising parents or demanding they donate money, potentially in breach of the law, research suggests.
A man says he fears having to tell friends and family he is HIV positive after he was among 780 patients whose details were leaked by a health clinic.
How have German universities been able to abolish tuition fees when English universities are charging £9,000?