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Australian PM Tony Abbott vows he will learn the lessons of an election rout in Queensland but insists government is not a "popularity contest".
Boko Haram Islamist militants launch a fresh assault on the strategically important Nigerian city of Maiduguri, eyewitnesses say.
More than 20 mosques will be opening their doors to the public on Sunday as part of a campaign organised by the Muslim Council of Britain.
A fifty-one-year-old man is missing after being swept out to sea while scattering ashes in North Cornwall.
An insurance company threatens to void the policy of a Christian minister who put religious stickers on her car.
Two pilots in a helium balloon complete their Pacific crossing with a sea-landing off Mexico, setting two new milestones on a six-day trip.
World champion Lewis Hamilton says he knows his "worth" as he prepares for contract talks with Mercedes.
A British grandmother. sentenced to death for drug smuggling in Bali, has written to the UK government asking for legal help or funding for an appeal.
A free service which helps people locate pension pots they have lost track of will triple its number of staff to meet record numbers of enquiries.
Pro-democracy protesters return to the streets of Hong Kong for the first time since the mass Occupy demonstrations ended last year.
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Well-wishers donate more than £200,000 in four days to help a disabled pensioner who was mugged outside his Gateshead home.
All children in England will need to know their 12 times table by the time they leave primary school under plans announced by the education secretary.
New Jersey's Governor and US Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie will start a three-day visit to Britain and is due to meet PM David Cameron.
The daughter of the late singer, Whitney Houston, is recovering in hospital after being found unconscious in a bath at her home.
The Labour party vows not to feature Prime Minister David Cameron on billboards ahead of the general election as it wants to avoid negative personal campaigning.
A scheme that will use private contractors to rehabilitate prisoners who have served short sentences is due to start.
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Mosques across the UK will open their doors to the public later in a bid to "reach out to fellow Britons following tensions around terrorism".
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