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UK car production fell in April, the industry body says, after a rise in output for the domestic market failed to offset a drop in exports.
A BBC Panorama investigation has revealed UK authorities were working in collusion with paramilitaries during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Real Madrid to target Raheem Sterling, Man City lead Pogba chase, Ancelotti keen to manage Liverpool, plus more.
China says a Henan nursing home which caught fire killing 38 people was poorly constructed, and top-level prosecutors are investigating.
The north-eastern state of Tripura in India withdraws AFSPA, a controversial anti-insurgent law, after 18 years.
No-one will be prosecuted after a police investigation into patient care at a hospital's mental health ward, BBC Wales understands.
Claims that patients and the NHS will suffer from 'absurd' plans to cut 63 medical academics are denied by the dean of Wales' biggest medical school.
The number of people in Northern Ireland taking out a mortgage fell in the first quarter of 2015, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
Companies taking sand from the bed of Lough Neagh are told to stop or face prosecution.
The UK's Methodist Church is to make a public apology after an investigation uncovered nearly 2,000 reported cases of abuse involving ministers, staff and members.
Did the state collude with NI killers?
Growth in the Philippine economy slows to its lowest pace since 2011 in the first quarter from a year ago, figures showed.
Malaysia is investigating 12 policemen suspected of involvement in human-trafficking camps found in the remote north of the country.
Major sponsors express "serious concerns" after the US accuses Fifa officials of racketeering, fraud and money laundering.
The US military accidentally sent live anthrax samples to labs across the country and a US military base in South Korea, the Pentagon says.
A small survey in the United States finds 10% of people have skin reactions after getting a tattoo.
Yahoo will face a US class action lawsuit for allegedly accessing the content of emails sent to its mail users from non-Yahoo Mail accounts.
Jawbone sues rival California fitness technology firm Fitbit, accusing it of stealing commercially sensitive data.
Labour's general secretary objects to a bid by former firebrand councillor Derek Hatton to rejoin the party.
A human skull from a deep cave in northern Spain shows evidence of a lethal violent attack 430,000 years ago, a study shows.