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A French beach which was closed for the king of Saudi Arabia reopens to the public, after he cut his holiday short.
US air power has been used for the first time to defend American-trained rebels in Syria against suspected al-Nusra Front militants, the Pentagon confirms.
A murder investigation is launched after a woman is found dead following a house fire on the outskirts of west Belfast.
Police are searching for a man in connection with a murder investigation in Cardiff.
The selfies that fooled the internet
The Deputy Mayor of Calais says migrants choose the UK because it is easy to get black market jobs
Twenty people are injured after two cranes employed to restore a bridge in the Dutch town of Alphen aan den Rijn collapse.
One Direction are storming to the number one spot on the UK Singles Chart after the surprise release of their new single Drag Me Down.
Two cranes employed to restore a bridge in the central Dutch town of Alphen aan den Rijn collapse on buildings, injuring at least 20 people.
The Treasury has started to sell its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland, making 5.2% of shares in the bank available to institutional investors.
The trial of a Labour MP accused of kicking a pro-Scottish independence campaigner collapses after a legal error.
The CIA tortured terror suspects in its programme of “enhanced interrogation”, the agency's former executive director has admitted to the BBC’s Panorama.
Germany's attorney general has confirmed that a treason probe into a political website has been momentarily paused.
Four people were taken to hospital after the roof was ripped off a double-decker bus in central London.
Eniola Aluko talks winning the Women's FA Cup, celebrating and dropping her phone down the toilet.
BBC reporter Hilary Andersson finds out what it is like to be inside a "blackout box" used in so-called "enhanced interrogation".
One of the oldest-known complex organisms had a surprising complicated sex life, scientists report.
Pro-government forces in Yemen launch a major offensive to oust Houthi rebels from a strategic air base north of the port of Aden, military sources say.
Republican Senators are moving ahead with plans to defund Planned Parenthood after anti-abortion activists claimed the group sold the organs of aborted foetuses.
The Queen is to officially open the new rail line between the Scottish Borders and Edinburgh next month.