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Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo hands in a transfer request and admits his desire to join Manchester United.
Protests continue in the St Louis, Missouri, suburb of Ferguson, three days after the shooting of an unarmed black teenage by police.
An Edinburgh painter and decorator who won more than £7m on the lottery vows to share some of his fortune with a workmate.
Wales' biggest health board will not face police action over an outbreak of Clostridium difficile (C. diff) at hospitals in north Wales.
A man who went through Jersey's care system describes friendly German soldiers during WW2, and later bullying and electric shocks in a life that became "hell".
Three Polish brothers aged between 10 and 15 are missing from the home of their foster parents in Sunderland.
The Scottish government says it will consider emergency funding for local authorities to help deal with the costs of flood damage.
A teenager who was not legally old enough to drive admits causing the death of his three friends in a crash in East Lothian.
The foreign secretary says Parliament should not be recalled "at the moment" - after Sir Menzies Campbell joined those wanting MPs to debate the Iraq situation.
Charting career of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki
Edinburgh Zoo has said it believes its panda Tian Tian is pregnant and may give birth at the end of the month.
A new exhibition of photos by Jillian Edelstein
Human Rights Watch says its year-long inquiry into the deaths of hundreds of protesters in Cairo in 2013 found evidence of systematic killings.
Nick Higham speaks to the owner of a replica WW1 biplane preparing to take part in a 'Then and Now' flypast.
Africa's under-18 population will increase by two-thirds to reach almost a billion by 2050, a new UN report says.
The head of police in the Libyan capital Tripoli has been assassinated by unknown gunmen, the interior ministry says.
Microsoft reveals Rise of the Tomb Raider will be an exclusive for its Xbox platform despite Sony's PlayStation consoles enjoying stronger sales.
A woman took her own life by walking in front of a lorry on a motorway after leaving a note blaming the government, a coroner rules.
The US defends Secretary of State John Kerry's stay in a hotel owned by a man linked to Myanmar's ex-junta, saying it was not blacklisted.
Archaeologists who unearthed a burial site at Amphipolis in northern Greece have made an "exceptionally important find", PM Antonis Samaras says.