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Wales desperately needs more people in white collar jobs, and Labour needs to learn how to appeal to them, according to former First Minister Rhodri Morgan.
The mother of missing Ben Needham makes a new appeal on Greek television over the disappearance of her son 24 years ago.
When Susan Pollack was 13, she was sent to the concentration camp at Auschwitz, where more than one million people, mostly Jews, were killed by the Nazis during the Second World War.
Great Britain's Alistair Brownlee loses to Spain's Javier Gomez after a sprint finish in the World Triathlon Series.
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy moves to within three shots of the lead in the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow.
India signs trade and economic co-operation deals worth $22bn ($14bn) in Shanghai as PM Narendra Modi's visit to China draws to a close.
A US federal appeals court orders the immediate release of three anti-nuclear activists, including an elderly Catholic nun, the group's lawyer says.
The Co-operative Group is to vote on whether to continue financially supporting the Co-operative Party, which has strong ties to Labour.
Almost two-fifths of parents in Great Britain are put off letting their primary-age children walk to school by other parents' driving, suggests a survey.
Olympic athletes should have tailored heart screening to check for life-threatening conditions before they can compete, a leading Italian doctor says.
The 175th birthday of Catholic journal The Tablet is celebrated with a thanksgiving Mass at Westminster Cathedral.