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Princess Charlotte will be christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Queen's Sandringham estate on 5 July, Kensington Palace says.
A salvage operation after a fire at a petrol station in Ghana's capital that killed 150 people will continue until Sunday, the president says.
Romanian prosecutors question Prime Minister Victor Ponta over alleged forgery, tax evasion and money-laundering.
A couple making lunch were shocked to find an unwanted addition inside a can of tomatoes - a dead lizard.
A teenager dies and another is seriously injured after their BMW 3 series car crashed into a tree in Fife.
Somerset and England wicketkeeper Craig Kieswetter announces his retirement from cricket aged 27 because of an eye injury.
The British Museum is guarding a precious artefact that was looted from Syria, in the hope of returning it when the country is stable.
A man cleared of conspiracy and extortion charges over a stolen Leonardo Da Vinci masterpiece begins a bid to sue the Duke of Buccleuch for £4.25m.
Eight of the 10 men reportedly jailed for the attempted assassination of Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai were actually acquitted, it emerges.
The families of patients who suffered "institutional abuse" at a mental health ward in Denbighshire will have a chance to meet the health minister.
Nearby buildings are being evacuated as firefighters tackle a large blaze at a Bridgend industrial estate.
A US government panel recommends approval for a drug treating low female libido, providing patients are warned of possible strong side effects.
European Court of Human Rights allows France to take paralysed man off life support in case which divided family.
Ofcom says it has received 1,043 complaints about the stunt double dog used in the talent show final
Wales star Shane Williams joins tributes to ex-All Black and former Ospreys team-mate Jerry Collins, who has died in a car crash.
A delay in paying welfare benefits to two disabled people was "unlawful" and "unacceptable", the High Court rules.
A dog attack in Denbighshire which left three sheep and 21 lambs dead is described as "horrific" by police.
Celebrated flautist Sir James Galway launches an attack on former DUP leader Ian Paisley Sr, saying he was indirectly "responsible" for killings in Northern Ireland.
In this polarised country, supporters and opponents of the government await the outcome of the general election, says Selin Girit.
Security software tycoon John McAfee explains his worries about internet surveillance.