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Nicotine refill cartridges for electronic cigarettes could poison young children, warn doctors.
How a wildlife photographer with Down's syndrome sees the world
Mental health needs to be more of a priority, with targets for waiting times and greater protection for funding, says England's chief medical officer.
Costumed street performers in New York have staged a protest against a proposed law which will mean licensing, background checks and other regulations for them.
England's win over Switzerland came as relief for Roy Hodgson, but the defence is still a worry, says Phil McNulty.
The future of the NHS in Scotland has been a major issue in the Scottish Independence Referendum campaigns.
A bomb has exploded in a shopping centre in the Chilean capital, Santiago, injuring eight people, three of them seriously.
Prince William says he and his wife Catherine are "thrilled" at the fact they are expecting their second child.
Andrew North joins rescue workers in Pakistan who are still searching for people trapped after a week of damaging floods.
Carrie Gracie on the brains behind e-commerce firm Alibaba
MP Nigel Evans is reselected to stand as the Conservative Party candidate for the Ribble Valley in next year's General Election.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown sets out a timetable for boosting the Scottish Parliament's powers in the event of a vote against independence.
Ebola is spreading exponentially in Liberia, with many thousands of new cases expected in next three weeks, the World Health Organization says.
Children in nine out of 10 primary schools in England are getting better PE lessons thanks to new sport funding, suggests research for the government.
Sarah Jane Johnson fell victim to an elaborate scam and handed over hundreds of pounds even though she had concerns.
Actor Michael Palin says he feels "honoured" at being chosen as the new narrator of The Clangers.
Iran says it has arrested Afghan and Pakistani citizens who were trying to join Islamic State jihadists fighting in Syria and Iraq.
A teenage schoolboy who disappeared after a fellow pupil and a teacher were attacked with a knife is arrested.
Hundreds of children across the US have been treated for a rare respiratory virus and more cases are expected in the next few weeks, doctors say.
The designer, a long-time friend of Jonathan Ive, joins Apple, prompting speculation about its rumoured wearable technology plans.