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A baby suffered broken bones in the care of relatives after failings by agencies - including the council at the centre of the "Baby P" scandal.
Britain's Andy Murray sees off Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber in three sets to reach the last 16 at Indian Wells.
Funeral dates of three teenagers killed in a two-car crash in Brecon are announced.
When the Large Hadron Collider reopens next week, it will put reputations on the line as it goes in search of dark matter.
Kenya Airways is facing an investigation after turning down a request by Uganda's president to fly him to Nairobi, a Kenyan MP tells the BBC.
The parents of a so-called "jihadi bride" from Scotland say their daughter denies recruiting three London schoolgirls to Islamic State.
US officials have launched an investigation into McDonald's after several of the fast food chain's employees said they suffered serious burns due to lax safety standards.
The star will take to the stage on Saturday and joins Foo Fighters, who headline the Friday night.
A one-year-old boy is killed when a wall reportedly hit by a recovery truck falls on top of him.
Lawyers are denying that an American millionaire facing a first-degree murder charge confessed to the killing in a private recording.
Egypt sentences to death the Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie and 13 others, state media say.
The UK government may cut taxes for the sector in response to the falling oil price.
Could Robert Durst's inadvertent bathroom "confession" make a difference in his trial over the murder of Susan Berman?
Labour leader Ed Miliband rules out going into coalition with the Scottish National Party if there is no overall winner of May's general election.
The police watchdog is investigating alleged corruption in the Metropolitan Police, including claims it covered up child sex offences because MPs and police officers were involved.
Manchester United's Ashley Young credits Louis van Gaal with injecting the confidence that may bring an England recall.
A UN team in Vanuatu says 24 people are confirmed dead and 3,300 have been displaced by Cyclone Pam, with communication to outlying islands still down.
The condition of a US aid worker evacuated from Sierra Leone after testing positive for Ebola changes from serious to critical, hospital officials say.
Richard III's remains are sealed in a coffin in preparation for his reinterment at Leicester Cathedral later this month.
Wales could lose 1,500 police officers under Conservative spending plans for the next parliament, according to Labour's shadow home secretary.