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Northern Ireland's chief medical officer says the words "no" and "slow" are not options in response to the transformation required in the health service.
James Bond fans lined the River Thames to watch 007 stunts being filmed in London.
Designer Matt Keightley, has been commissioned to design a garden for Sentebale, the charity co-founded by Prince Harry which helps children in Lesotho.
Iran-backed Shia militias are on their way to Ramadi to confront IS militants who seized the Iraqi city on Sunday, reports say.
An Indian nurse dies after spending 42 years in a vegetative state following a brutal rape, a case which sparked a debate on euthanasia laws.
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Councillor Phil Bale is attempting to get re-elected as Cardiff's Labour leader despite failing in his first bid a week ago.
A new safety campaign is launched in Northern Ireland aimed at preventing deaths in disused quarries, following a number of fatal incidents in recent years.
A public inquiry, due to open on Monday, will examine an attempt by George Best Belfast City Airport to change part of its planning agreement to pursue more direct European routes.
People with autism are being promised better diagnosis and support as the health minister launches a new one-year plan to improve services.
A man is taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation after a house fire in Gwynedd.
Iraqi officials have said the city of Ramadi has been captured by Islamic State militants after government forces withdrew from the area.
Waste firm Biffa is fitting cameras to vehicles to try to reduce the number of homeless people killed after sleeping in large bins.
A lion in a zoo in China's Shandong province is shot dead after it kills one of its keepers and escapes its enclosure.
Aid supplies to help migrants rescued from boats sinking off Indonesia's coast are running low, say officials in Aceh province.
EU foreign and defence ministers are expected to approve a mission in the Mediterranean to destroy boats used by people-smugglers operating in Libya.
Exhibition of photographs by students at the London College of Communication.
The Germanwings Flight 9525 tragedy led to calls for greater screening for psychiatric disorders at work. But what is screening and is it the best response?
Dean Potter - one of America's best known extreme athletes - is killed during a wingsuit flight in California's Yosemite National Park.
Six months after two Indian sisters made headlines when a video showing them fight three alleged molesters on a bus went viral, there is still no clarity on what happened that day, writes BBC Hindi's Divya Arya.