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Up to 100 jobs could be lost at the GE Aviation factory in Wales following a drop in business.
The cast of Coronation Street lead tributes to actress Anne Kirkbride, who played Deirdre Barlow in the ITV soap, after her death at the age of 60.
Martin Odegaard is coveted by Europe's top clubs - here are 10 things you need to know about this 16-year-old sensation.
The UK must reinforce its diplomatic presence in Iraq's Kurdistan Region to help counter Islamist extremism, MPs say.
A man charged with attempting to murder a shopper at a Tesco store in Flintshire appears in court.
Joel and Ethan Coen, the award-winning directors of No Country for Old Men and Fargo, will jointly head the 2015 Cannes Film Festival jury, organisers say.
Four men are to appear before a judge in Paris on suspicion of supporting one of the gunmen behind the Islamist attacks in France that killed 17.
An original member of TV's Dragons' Den quits as new chancellor of Teesside University after being arrested on suspicion of rape.
Pictures from the career of Anne Kirkbride
Squash player, Kanzy El Defrawy, of Egypt, performs a series of diving shots in a desperate bid to win a rally against France's Camille Serme.
Steven Finn and James Anderson lead England to a morale-boosting nine-wicket tri-series win over India in Brisbane.
How will we know if eurozone quantitative easing is working?
The price of life-saving vaccines has skyrocketed leaving some countries struggling to fully immunise children, Medecins Sans Frontieres warns.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says the idea of replacing the NHS with an insurance-based system is "a debate that we're all going to have to return to".
Millions of savers are getting a raw deal - particularly from the big High Street banks, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has concluded.
A whistleblower paramedic, banned from two hospitals in Worcestershire, is given an apology and sees the restrictions lifted.
Campaigners against The Sun's pictures of topless models on page three are claiming victory this morning following reports the paper has dropped the feature.
A video purported to be from Islamic State militants demands $200m (£130m) in return for sparing the lives of two Japanese hostages.
Man Utd place £50m price tag on David De Gea, Hummels plans to stay put, Fletcher linked with Spain move, plus more.
The chief constable of British Transport Police will appear before MPs over the way the force handles information at its offices in Cardiff.