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How a murdered teenager became a Libyan symbol of hope
Health watchdog the Care Quality Commission ranks almost every GP surgery in England in terms of risk of providing poor care.
The people behind Oxford Dictionaries have picked vape because of the huge rise in popularity of e-cigs.
Ofcom has opened an investigation into how the Premier League sells live TV media rights for Premier League football matches.
The Professional Footballers' Association of Ireland comes to the defence of convicted rapist and former Sheffield United footballer Ched Evans.
Why disabled people don't always want to be admired
Two people are accused of spraying racist graffiti hours after a black teenager was found dead in Merseyside.
The mother of an 11-year-old boy shot in the head at a football match says he thought he was going to die.
No frills airline Easyjet reports a 21% rise in annual pre-tax profits, helped by strong growth in the number of available seats.
Giancarlo Stanton agrees the most expensive deal in US sport by signing a £208m 13-year contract with Miami Marlins.
Veteran Japanese actor Ken Takakura, renowned for his brooding style and stoic roles, dies of lymphoma at the age of 83.
Many secondary schools are not accessible to pupils who use wheelchairs, according to Wales' children's commissioner.
Colin Paterson reports on the search for treasures amongst the rubble at Glasgow School of Art which was wrecked by fire six months ago.
Multiple blows to the head from playing rugby can accelerate brain ageing and potentially lead to early dementia, according to a Welsh academic.
Winter Paralympic medallist Jade Etherington says a lack of support was behind her decision to quit skiing.
Staff absenteeism is a worsening problem for Northern Ireland's 26 councils, according to the annual report of the local government auditor.
Betty Smith, one of the stars of an award-winning BBC Radio Humberside show has died at the age of 93, her family says.
A teenage boy who was shot in both legs by paramilitaries when he was 15 is still living in "exile" a year after the attack, according to the SDLP.
The outcome of an independent inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Northern Ireland is expected to be announced later on Tuesday.
Two men armed with axes attack worshippers at a Jerusalem synagogue, injuring three before they are themselves killed, police say.