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Parts of the UK face soaring levels of air pollution on Friday, prompting heath warnings for vulnerable people.
Kenya's government dismisses a claim that 166 students are still unaccounted for after the attack on Garissa University College.
A newborn chick which damaged both its legs breaking out of her egg is given leg splints to help her walk.
David Cameron gives a speech during his PM Direct event in the East Midlands.
A collapsing stage, accusations that politicians are backstabbers, and a 'boy band' feature in Andrew Neil's report.
A study has found that the shorter you are, the greater your risk of heart problems.
Two newly discovered sketches by the French artist Paul Cezanne are to go on display in Philadelphia.
A teenager is arrested after police vehicles came under attack during disturbances in Derry on Wednesday evening.
The family of an off-duty police officer who died after being hit by a bus crash in Swansea say her death has left a hole that can never be filled.
A UKIP candidate standing in local elections in Bristol has said he is not ashamed of his x-rated career.
A man in his 50s dies following a crash involving a motorbike and a car in Aberdeenshire.
The mysterious world of safe deposit boxes
England will replay the final seconds of their European Women's Under-19 qualifier against Norway after a refereeing error.
The eurozone says Greece has only six working days to come up with a revised list of reforms to seal a deal on its next rescue bailout.
Ryan Gosling makes his directorial debut with Lost River and talks about taking criticism "on the chin".
A maximum field of 40 runners has been named for Saturday's Grand National, with AP McCoy set to ride favourite Shutthefrontdoor.