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The six deaths in the Glasgow bin lorry crash could have been avoided had proper precautions been taken over the driver's health, an inquiry hears.
On Thursday a meeting of the Arab League is expected to include discussions about the creation of a joint Arab military force - but what would it look like?
Joe Allen and Adam Matthews are ruled out of Wales' Euro 2016 qualifiers with Cyprus and Israel, but Gareth Bale is in.
Bonuses paid to UK workers during the year 2014-15 were close to the level they were at before the financial crisis, new official figures show.
YouTube will launch its spin-off platform for video gamers, YouTube Gaming, on Wednesday evening.
Police in Hungary use tear gas to disperse migrants protesting at a reception camp as record numbers of people cross the Serbian border.
A 9/11 survivor whose photograph became one of the enduring images of the attacks dies aged 42 after suffering with stomach cancer.
American sprinter Justin Gatlin is unfairly carrying the burden of all drugs cheats, according to his agent.
Girl, 16, pleads guilty to two terror offences at Manchester Magistrates' Court.
A Las Vegas man known as the 'Spam King' has pleaded guilty after he sent over 27m spam messages through Facebook.
European stock markets follow Chinese shares lower on Wednesday after Beijing's fresh interest rate cut fails to stem the losses.
Why do England and Wales treat them so differently?
Footage shows rising floodwaters in New South Wales, Australia, that has forced hundreds of residents south of Sydney to flee their homes
Sir John Chilcot's much-delayed Iraq war report will criticise senior figures beyond Tony Blair and his inner circle, says the Guardian.
A comedian claims he was the first to tell the "Hans free" joke which won Darren Walsh the prize for the funniest gag at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
Why do public clocks like Big Ben's run slow?
Following the death of Justin Wilson, the FIA says it will continue to look into the issue of driver safety.
The new boss of McDonald's UK tells the BBC that zero-hours contracts are fair because they help staff stay flexible.
With yesterday's monetary easing by the People's Bank of China failing to calm markets, is India's central bank governor right that governments expect too much of central banks?
Flights remain temporarily suspended at Dublin Airport because of a fire on the roof of a hangar that has now been brought under control.