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A group of 21 aid agencies says the UN Security Council has failed to implement resolutions meant to secure protection and help for civilians in Syria.
What lorry drivers want from the Budget
The Department for Transport is axing a website comparing data about car accidents in England because of a lack of interest.
The push to improve cancer services in England has "lost momentum" in the past two years, says a report from the Commons Public Accounts Committee.
A report by a global coalition of aid agencies says the United Nations Security Council has failed in its duty to end the four-year-long war in Syria.
Ian Hislop says private-state school gap widening
Two senior US Secret Service agents are under investigation after a car crash at the White House.
'I dress my stump up to look like celebrities'
Plans are being developed to reintroduce the Eurasian lynx to Britain - but would it be a sensible idea?
Fees were introduced for prescriptions, dentistry and spectacles in the early 1950s when money was tight. Could more charges be the answer to today's financial problems?
Marina and the Diamonds says co-writing is killing pop
The strange way the word 'toxic' came into English
How Top Gear drove into town all over the world
Posting intimate photos or videos of someone without their consent is now against the social network's policy.
A Melbourne schoolboy who travelled to the Middle East to fight with Islamic State militants has reportedly died in a suicide attack in Iraq.
Irish police confirmed a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions over the alleged sexual assault of two males in County Louth in the 1990s.
Canada health officials have confirmed 119 cases of measles among adults and children in a Quebec town, linked to an 2014 outbreak in Disneyland.
The National Gallery in London has banned selfie sticks.
Bayern Munich are into the Champions League quarter-finals after thrashing 10-man Shakhtar Donetsk in the last-16 second leg.
Zhanna Nemtsova, daughter of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, says Vladimir Putin must bear responsibility for his death.