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The niece of a former monk who was murdered and secretly buried by the IRA appeals for help to find his body ahead of her visit to the search site.
A shortage of researchers in science, engineering, maths and medicine needs to be tackled, a higher education think tank warns.
Outgoing Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says he feels the pain of never winning the Premier League title.
A man who kept his girlfriend's body in a car boot after killing her had ended mental health treatment days before, a review reveals.
ITV staff are staging a 24-hour strike and planning a protest outside the broadcaster's annual meeting, in a dispute over pay.
Technology companies need to stop "extremely aggressive" tax planning, the man charged with reforming global tax rules has told the BBC.
More than five emergency vehicles crashed a day on average in the West Midlands in the past three years, figures show.
On the first anniversary of his death, money raised by teenage cancer sufferer Stephen Sutton reaches more than £4.5m.
A chemotherapy drug can extend the lives of patients with advanced prostate cancer by nearly two years, a major "game-changing" study shows.
The chances of having a heart attack, stroke or dying young may be hidden in the palm of the hand, a study suggests.
The global pharmaceutical industry is being called on to pay for a $2bn innovation fund to revitalise research into antibiotics.
Are City bonuses worth more than double the amount paid to full-time workers on minimum wage?
The Labour Party faces a period of much soul-searching about the best way to move forward from its disastrous election campaign, says Mark Mardell.
The tense new film using only sign language
How Ricky Gervais targeted Tories over fox hunting vote
Afghan police say that at least five people have been killed in an attack on a Kabul hotel that was packed with foreigners awaiting a concert.
Actor Johnny Depp has been told he has until Saturday to remove his dogs - Boo and Pistol - from Australia or they will have to be put down.
A young offenders' institution, once hit by riots, is decent and generally safe but needs to address issues with drugs and violence, a report finds.
UKIP's election campaign chief condemns Nigel Farage as a "snarling" and "aggressive" man who is turning the party into a "personality cult".