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Ashya King is in a "perfect condition" to travel to Prague for specialist treatment, the family lawyer has said.
Police hunting for missing London schoolgirl Alice Gross, 14, arrest a man on suspicion of murder.
A second Lebanese soldier seized by Islamic State militants near the border with Syria last month is reported to have been beheaded.
Britain's Jordanne Whiley wins the US Open wheelchair doubles title to complete the Grand Slam in 2014.
Supporters of the Yes vote in the independence referendum in Scotland claim momentum is with their campaign.
The chief constable says "a current piecemeal approach to our history" is placing a "significant strain" on the PSNI.
Bill Murray is honoured at the Toronto Film Festival with a special day dedicated to him.
A plan by Sierra Leone to lock down the country to control Ebola will not help and could allow the virus to spread, medical charity MSF says.
Kei Nishikori beats world number one Novak Djokovic at the US Open to become Japan's first Grand Slam singles finalist.
Somali Islamists al-Shabab name Sheikh Ahmad Umar as successor to leader Ahmed Abdi Godane, who was killed in a US recent air strike.
The 999 call for the NHS, by the so-called Darlo Mums, is following the route of the 1936 Jarrow Crusade.
Sierra Leone - one of the countries worst hit by West Africa's Ebola outbreak - has announced a four-day lockdown to try to tackle the disease.
The authorities are urged to investigate claims that girls in care homes were abused in Northern Ireland by members of the security forces.
Lewis Hamilton says he "won't do anything silly" to beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg after securing pole in Monza.
The Queen has attended the Braemar Gathering with other members of the Royal Family.
Barack Obama abandons a plan to use his presidential powers to force through immigration reforms that were blocked by Republicans in Congress.
A freed French hostage claims that one of the Islamists who held him captive in Syria was the suspect in the Jewish Museum shooting in Brussels.
There were a total of 31 arrests related to the Wales Nato summit last week, the officer leading the operation has said.
Egypt charges ousted President Mohammed Morsi with the handing over of secret files to Qatar, state media report.
Misunderstanding financial terms and conditions set out in the small print costs UK consumers £21bn a year, says the Money Advice Centre.