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A critically acclaimed author who drowned three days after he was discharged from hospital and told to seek counselling was "let down" by the NHS, a report finds.
Police in the Indian capital, Delhi, detain dozens of people who were protesting against recent attacks on churches in the city.
Readers' photos on the theme of "umbrellas"
First Minster Carwyn Jones is in Deeside to announce funding for a new highway that could create up to 5,000 jobs on Deeside Enterprise Zone.
The New Horizons probe returns new pictures of the dwarf planet Pluto and its largest moon, Charon.
House prices "bounced back" in January, with the Halifax reporting a quarterly rise of 1.9% across the UK.
Bolton manager Neil Lennon says referee Roger East "spoiled" their FA Cup fourth-round replay defeat by Liverpool.
Expat Brits in America face missing out on some of their favourite chocolates, after a ban on the import of some of Britain's best-loved treats.
From Leverock's lunge to Kapil's catch and the 'Fredalo', BBC Sport relives 10 jaw-dropping incidents at the World Cup.
Brian Williams, one of America's top news anchors, apologises after admitting that accounts he gave about coming under fire in Iraq were not true.
Water pollution in the sailing venue is the main concern for Rio de Janeiro, 18 months before the city stages the Olympics.
The government is set to headquarter its new Tech North initiative in Manchester, where firms in the area hope to gain worldwide attention.
Berahino seeks new surroundings, Wilshere risks fresh 'smoking' storm, Januzaj facing Man Utd exit, plus more.
Around 60 vintage cars that were discovered at a remote French castle have gone on show in Paris, ahead of an auction on Friday.
Tesco is to face another investigation into its relations with suppliers, amid concerns that it breached the Groceries Supply Code of Practice.
UK phone giant BT agrees to buy British mobile operator EE for £12.5bn, it says
INXS guitarist Tim Farriss has said he may never play the guitar properly again after severing his finger in a boating accident.
Retired footballer and ex-PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle says he was trying to take his own life when was hit by a lorry in December.
A security alert in Lurgan, County Armagh, that closed part of the Belfast to Dublin railway line continues overnight.
Blood cancer patients in Wales are to be offered an alternative to chemotherapy thanks to a new treatment.