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A £40m investment is on hold because of delays in getting gas infrastructure to the west of Northern Ireland, a leading businessman has said
A special youth football tournament is held in Flanders as part of the centenary commemorations of the First World War.
Haiti's Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe resigns, in the wake of violent anti-government protests over delayed elections.
England coach Peter Moores says there is no "guarantee" of Alastair Cook being captain at the World Cup next year.
Three official photographs of Prince George are released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as a thank you to the media for not publishing paparazzi pictures of him.
Producers of Spectre, the new James Bond film, say they are worried an early version of the script may be published online after it was stolen.
United Nations members have reached an agreement to tackle climate change after negotiations ran into the weekend in Peru's capital.
At least 20 people have died and dozens are missing after a landslide in central Indonesia, with heavy equipment now being used to look for survivors.
Tougher measures to prevent foreign criminals from becoming UK citizens will be introduced by Labour if it wins the next election, the party says.
A UKIP election candidate makes an "unreserved apology" after he was recorded referring to "poofters" and "shooting peasants" in phone calls.
Britain's Amir Khan defends his WBC Silver welterweight title with a unanimous decision against Devon Alexander in Las Vegas.
Thousands of people have marched through the US capital, Washington DC, to protest against the recent killings of unarmed black people by police.
Why developers threaten London's Leicester Square cinemas
The Civil Aviation Authority warned air traffic control body NATS four months ago its plans for dealing with technical faults were unclear, a report says.
A long-lost avant-garde painting has been sold at auction in Hungary, after a art historian rediscovered it being used as a prop in the film Stuart Little.
Marches take place across Colombia to protest against a possible amnesty for Farc rebels in peace negotiations aimed at ending five decades of conflict.
Do partnerships between private and state schools work?
The head of the US delegation at UN climate talks warns of a "major breakdown" in the process if negotiators fail to come to an agreement in Lima.
A conservation project to help the threatened Scottish wildcat is given a lottery grant of almost £1m.
Bowel cancer tester kits are being used by an increasing number of people over the age of 50 in Scotland.