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The International Monetary Fund reaffirms its support for its leader Christine Lagarde despite her being investigated in a high-profile case in France.
Louis van Gaal wants England boss Roy Hodgson to clarify comments made about left-back Luke Shaw's fitness.
Nato has accused Russia of blatantly violating Ukraine's sovereignty by sending troops and weapons over the border.
A major police search is under way for a five-year old boy with a brain tumour - who was taken from hospital by his parents, without doctors' approval.
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is to join AC Milan on a two-year loan deal, subject to agreeing personal terms.
A former US navy sailor who led a spy ring for the Soviet Union has died in a prison medical centre at the age of 77.
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A search for a 12-year-old boy who was swept into the sea off Anglesey has been called off overnight due to the darkness.
Two women are taken to hospital after driver loses control of his car and crashes into a bus stop in Glasgow.
Senegal's health ministry confirms a first case of Ebola, making it the fifth West African country now affected by the outbreak.
The discovery of new unpublished chapters reveals author Roald Dahl planned to include more children in his classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but dropped them from the final version.
In a camp for Yazidi refugees, near what was the Iraqi-Syrian border, the father who had to abandon his disabled child has learned that his son has died.
A Somerset museum has been given three World War One medals, 100 years to the day after the soldier who earned them was killed in action.