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The Ulster Unionist leader, Mike Nesbitt, calls for an inquiry into the sports minister and her knowledge of safety regarding the redevelopment of Casement Park.
Two teenagers who shaved a sleeping schoolgirl's eyebrows and hair off are detained for 10 months at a young offenders' institute.
Prince Charles's secret letters to Labour ministers from a decade ago released after lengthy legal battle
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams says a UK plan to scrap the Human Rights Act is a "scandalous attack" on The Good Friday Agreement, Northern Ireland's 1998 peace agreement.
Work to recover bodies from the rubble of the earthquake in Nepal resumes a day after a second earthquake hit the region.
A campaign urges Facebook to act against what activists describe as Russian attempts to silence pro-Ukrainian voices.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to ask the prime minister to give Holyrood powers to set the minimum wage and control National Insurance.
About 40 people are evacuated as firefighters tackle a blaze at a storage warehouse storing waste and carpets in Flintshire.
Thomas Cook "breached its duty of care" in the case of two children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning while on holiday in Corfu, an inquest rules.
Arsenal Ladies forward Kelly Smith says she is "furious" after a bad tackle ruled her out for several months.
The official newspaper of China's army says recruits have been forbidden from wearing smartwatches and other internet-connected kit.
There has been a marked drop in the number of children being put up for adoption, leading charities have said.
The second-in-command of Islamic State, Abu Alaa al-Afri, has been killed in a US-led coalition air strike, the Iraqi government says.
A mother and her twin daughters are found dead at a house in north-east London, as a man is found hanging nearby, police say.
The Information Commissioner's Office is looking into 48 cases in which Google refused 'right to be forgotten' requests and could take enforcement action.
Telegraph commentator Dan Hodges and Lib Dem blogger Stephen Tall are asked about pledges to run naked in public.
Drivers will take the unusual step of surveying fans as Bernie Ecclestone and others explore ways of spicing up the sport.
Government plans to silence extremism raise the question of where a democratic society draws the line or defines the term.
Kent Police are making inquiries into a report of electoral fraud in the Thanet South seat, contested in the general election by Nigel Farage.
Former SNP leader Alex Salmond is appointed his party's foreign affairs spokesman at Westminster.