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Foals belonging to one of the world's greatest racehorses went on sale in Newmarket on Friday night, but potential buyers were unwilling to break the bank.
The rector at a church in Liverpool has made a surprising discovery after noticing a trap door in the ceiling.
A project that helps Aboriginal Australians gain their driving licenses could have positive health outcomes for themselves and their community.
Five members of the French president's staff are reassigned as police investigate photos taken of Francois Hollande with an actress inside the Elysee Palace.
Extra trains put on to cope with thousands of more passengers heading to Cardiff for the Wales-South Africa autumn international.
Local councils in Wales facing mergers call for a "shared vision" with ministers on how the map should be re-drawn.
Australia's first Test against India will not start on Thursday following the death of batsman Phillip Hughes.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has said politicians in Scotland must stop obsessing about constitutional change and focus on improving people's lives.
There could be 10-13,000 victims of slavery in the UK, far more than previous estimates, analysis for the Home Office suggests.
A manhunt is under way for a patient who absconded from a psychiatric hospital in south-east London after assaulting two members of staff.
Two months of US-led air strikes have failed to weaken Islamic State militants, Syria's foreign minister says, urging Turkey to tighten border controls.
Pope Francis is due to meet Muslim and Christian leaders in Istanbul on the second day of his three-day highly symbolic visit to Turkey.
The start of England's second one-day international against Sri Lanka in Colombo is delayed by heavy rain.
Taiwan is holding its biggest local elections, widely seen as a referendum on the China policy of the governing party.
Lord Tebbit suggests an updated version of his famous "cricket test", to decide which EU immigrants are welcome to live in the UK.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan vows "to leave no stone unturned" in tracking down the perpetrators of a mosque attack that left dozens dead.
A court in Egypt is due to deliver a verdict in the retrial of ousted President Hosni Mubarak on charges of conspiring to kill protesters in 2011.
There could be about 10-13,000 victims of slavery in the UK, far more than previous estimates, analysis for the Home Office suggests.
Moldova's general election takes on a geopolitical edge in the shadow of the crisis in neighbouring Ukraine.
The European country voting to limit immigration