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The hunt for a toddler and his mother who went missing after a court ruled the boy should live with his father is being widened, police say.
Readers' photographs on the theme of together.
RAF engineers complete the manufacture of the Bloodhound supersonic car's tailfin - one of the most safety-critical aerodynamic surfaces on the 1,000mph vehicle.
Glasgow's Arches nightclub and arts venue is to go into administration, it is been announced.
Two prison guards are charged over the death of a black inmate in New York City, say prosecutors in Manhattan.
Clubs could save money, fans could wear flip-flops and more possible changes from any move to summer football in Scotland.
Kenya's authorities ban 126 teachers for "gross misconduct", mostly for sexual abuse of their students.
Organisers of a major bike race are accused of lying over its consultation of the event by a Welsh MP.
A leading cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky Lab, says an infamous hacking group breached its systems in an attempt to steal sensitive information.
An ex-Met Police officer fired eight short-range shots in just over two seconds at a gang member in a car he stopped, a court hears.
Cookery writer and wartime broadcaster Marguerite Patten has died aged 99, her family announces.
David Cameron unveils measures to "significantly reduce" the scale of UK migration from outside the EU at prime minister's questions.
The European Parliament's last-minute cancellation of a debate exposes deep divisions over trade talks with the US.
Aston Villa will offer striker Christian Benteke a new deal this summer, says chief executive Tom Fox.
The Home Secretary and her statutory advisers on drug policy may be heading for a showdown over government plans to deal with so-called "legal highs".
A military plane crash was probably caused by computer files being accidentally wiped from three of its engines, according to investigators.
A look back at the long career of big band leader James Last, who has died in Florida aged 86.
Campaigners fighting a decision to take a paralysed man off life support have sparked controversy in France by releasing a video of him in hospital.
Fake mobile towers that scoop up data from passing phones are routinely being used in London, an investigation by Sky News suggests.
Pope Francis approves the creation of a tribunal to hear cases of bishops accused of covering up child abuse by paedophile priests.