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Demand for the new Band Aid single has been "vast", the organiser Bob Geldof has revealed.
Lawyers acting for Shrien Dewani, accused of organising the murder of his wife on their honeymoon, apply for the case to be dismissed.
The parents of American aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig have released an interview with their son recorded before he was taken captive.
Erol Incedal found guilty at UK secret terror trial of having bomb-making document, it can now be reported
Staff and students at a school in Doncaster are mourning the loss of five teenagers who were killed in a car crash at the weekend.
Roy Keane says Martin O'Neill should hold talks with Roberto Martinez about the Republic of Ireland's Everton contingent.
As Japan slides into recession, is it clear that the G20 has done enough to respond to what Britain's prime minister calls the red lights flashing on the dashboard of the global economy?
A startling collection of previously unseen photographs has provided a fresh perspective of life and death in the trenches during World War One.
Almost 200,000 elderly people have gone home from hospital without enough support, according to research from the Royal Voluntary Service.
Pre-orders of the new Band Aid single to tackle the Ebola crisis have been "manic" since its unveiling, organiser Bob Geldof has revealed.
Hamilton feeling relaxed, Chilton to drive for Caterham in Abu Dhabi and Raikkonen wants to stay at Ferrari, plus more.
A woman from Devon dies and a man is seriously ill after an incident at a diving centre in Gloucestershire.
The governor of the Bank of England says bankers' overall fixed pay should be at risk in the event of wrongdoing - not just bonuses.
Former FA chairman David Bernstein says England and Uefa should boycott the 2018 World Cup to force Fifa to reform.
England and Scotland both lost at the weekend but their performances roused very different emotions in Jeremy Guscott.
China has been holding its sixth driverless car competition, with the unmanned vehicles having to navigate their way through various obstacles.
Pupils at a South Yorkshire school are mourning five "wonderful young people" who died in a car crash at the weekend.
Internet trolling has become a growing problem in recent years, but is enough being done to teach children about online abuse?
The chairman of Serco, the beleaguered outsourcing firm that has several contracts with the UK government, announces he will leave the company.
A Mediterranean diet may be a better way of tackling obesity than calorie counting, leading doctors have said.