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Police say the death of a woman found at a house in Colwyn Bay is unexplained but not suspicious.
Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson blames his lifestyle and not stress for the heart attack he suffered last Monday.
Martin O'Malley, former governor of Maryland and mayor of Baltimore, says he is seeking the Democratic nomination for presidential elections in 2016.
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi accidentally lends his support to one of his opponents after turning up at the wrong rally.
Katie Hopkins will not face any charges over a tweet which described Scottish people as "little sweaty jocks".
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew salutes Alastair Cook's rise to the top of England's all-time Test run-scoring charts.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle win the Scottish Cup for the first time as they overcome Falkirk with 10 men at Hampden.
Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says the political situation at Stormont as "very grave" due to the row over welfare reform.
England fly-half Owen Farrell stars as Saracens beat Bath at Twickenham to become Premiership champions for a second time.
Firefighters and police officers are dealing with an incident on West Nile Street in Glasgow city centre.
The Solar Impulse team is preparing to set off on the most dangerous phase of the mission to fly a solar-powered plane around the world - flying non-stop across the Pacific Ocean.
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili - who is wanted in his country - is appointed governor of Ukraine's southern Odessa region.
Kevin Pietersen makes himself available to play for Surrey in their County Championship home game against Lancashire.
A herd of escaped cows take up residence in gardens and driveways when they go on the loose in Sheffield.
Boho Haram militants kill least 13 people in Nigeria's north-eastern city of Maiduguri, just after Muhammadu Buhari is sworn in as president.
The different faces of England's record-setting batsman
Alastair Cook passes Graham Gooch's tally of 8,900 runs to become England's leading scorer in Test history.
A public memorial service has taken place at Manchester Cathedral to commemorate the life and work of Coronation Street star Anne Kirkbride.
The potential impact of a new cancer drug invented in Cardiff is described as "remarkable" at the world's biggest gathering of oncologists.
The FA Cup will be rebranded as The Emirates FA Cup as the Dubai-based company sign a three-year deal with the FA.