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Concerns for woman attempting to drive across Saudi border
A man who says he served in the RAF and another man, both from Manchester, are charged with terror offences and are due to appear before a court in London.
Rare images from when Steve Jobs left the firm he founded
Laura Kuenssberg reports on the economic reality in the North East, the area of England with the highest proportion of public sector jobs.
The OBR says spending on public services is heading for an 80-year low.
A US appeals court orders a stay of execution for Scott Panetti, a schizophrenic Texas inmate set to be executed on Wednesday.
Jules Bianchi did not slow down sufficiently to avoid losing control when he crashed at the Japanese GP, an FIA accident report has found.
Sports promoter Barry Hearn thinks it is "disgraceful" that Scotland's top flight cannot attract a sponsor.
The NHS in Devon says smokers and the morbidly obese will be refused routine surgery in a drive to cut costs.
The FIA announces a provisional 21-race calendar for 2015, featuring the return of the Korean Grand Prix and a new race in Mexico.
This year seems to be on course to be the hottest globally and in the UK. But what are the wider implications?
An Aberystwyth student and his brother have been found dead in a pub in Greater Manchester.
A US couple fly out of Qatar following a three-day delay, after an appeals court clears them of wrongdoing in their daughter's death.
The police conducting the search for a mother and newborn daughter have made a plea for her to make contact with them
Police in Pakistan investigate a former pop star for blasphemy after he was caught on camera allegedly insulting one of the Prophet Muhammad's wives.
CCTV footage is issued by police of a mother and her four-day-old baby who have gone missing from a Bristol hospital.
A court is to decide whether two Burmese men will stand trial for the murder of two British tourists in Thailand earlier this year.
The International Criminal Court gives prosecutors an ultimatum to bring a case against Kenya's president or to drop charges of crimes against humanity.
Nick Compton, a team-mate of Phillip Hughes at Western Suburbs and Middlesex, recounts the funeral of the Australia batsman.
A detailed plan of a medieval city is produced by experts without any digging at the site, Duncan Kennedy reports