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A woman who was convicted of murdering her friend's boyfriend walks free from court after a retrial.
A black cab driver is found guilty of the murder of a US soldier in Iraq eight years ago, after his fingerprints were found on roadside bombs.
Checks are being offered to babies who were in the neonatal unit at a Swansea hospital earlier this year after a person there later tested positive for tuberculosis.
The gaming firm's filed a lawsuit against the BBC for trademark infringement over the broadcaster’s upcoming drama Game Changer.
Around 50 little ships are crossing the Channel as part of events to mark the 75th anniversary of Dunkirk.
Aid is pouring in to Nepal in the wake of two deadly earthquakes. But in a country where corruption is seen as "endemic", will the money go where it is meant to? Simon Cox investigates.
Author JK Rowling feels "fully vindicated and her reputation restored" after the Daily Mail's apology to the author is read out in London's High Court.
Steph Curry's daughter Riley upstages her dad at a news conference after his Golden State Warriors took a 1-0 lead over the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.
Lewis Hamilton finishes seven-tenths clear of the pack in a rain-hit second practice session for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Padraig Harrington pulls out of this week's BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth because of a shoulder injury.
Last minute changes to new maths GCSEs are ordered after tests reveal they are not pitched at the right level.
Magnox says it plans to cut up to 1,600 jobs across 12 of its nuclear power sites by September 2016.
For the first time in Britain paying without cash is more popular than using notes and coins.
A 13-year-old rugby club player, who fell from a moving coach on the M49 near Avonmouth, "could very easily have been killed", a court hears.
The truth behind the Facebook rumour
The granddaughter of a 92-year-old poppy seller who was found dead in Bristol said she wants her remembered as a "fun-loving person".
England may not appoint a new coach before the Ashes start in July, according to new cricket director Andrew Strauss.
Was it right for mother to publicly scold teenage daughter?
A heart patient has two operations simultaneously, in what surgeons say is the first procedure of its type in the UK.
One of two rail unions planning bank holiday industrial action calls off its strike after receiving a new pay offer from Network Rail.