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Jonathan Trott vows to prove himself again at international level after being named in the England Lions squad.
Asian girls, as well as white girls, are being groomed for sex by groups of Asian men in Rotherham, victim support groups tell the BBC.
An Israeli court has sentenced polygamist and cult leader Goel Ratzon to 30 years in prison for sex crimes
The British businessman whose wartime actions saved hundreds of children from the Nazis has been honoured with the Czech Republic's highest award.
A teenage boy has been treated in hospital after suffering head injuries during disorder in east Belfast.
The BBC's Business Editor Kamal Ahmed visits a Lloyds branch to see why the company wants to change the way people do their banking.
Brad Pitt's World War Two drama Fury tops the UK and Ireland box office in its first week of release.
Police investigate reports a Birmingham mother has travelled to Syria with her one-year-old son to support Islamic State militants.
Four members of the same family, including two teenage girls, are found dead at a house in Bradford.
Up to 200,000 people are set to cash in their pension pots all in one go next year, according to research from provider Hargreaves Lansdown.
Ebola virus warning posters are sent to GPs, pharmacies and hospitals across Wales.
The president of the World Bank appeals for 5,000 medical workers to volunteer and help contain the growing Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
The UK will not support future search and rescue operations to prevent migrants drowning in the Mediterranean Sea, a Foreign Office minister says.
Iraqi Kurdish forces are flying to Turkey, from where they plan to cross into Syria to battle Islamic State (IS) militants besieging Kobane.
Sheffield University is scrapping fines for overdue library books, marking another step in the move towards students being seen as customers as well as scholars.
Lloyds Bank confirms 9,000 job losses and the net closure of 150 branches over the next three years.
A mobile phone app that recognises which species of bird is singing is being developed by a researcher at Queen Mary University in London.
A Briton who saved 669 children, most of them Jews, from the Nazis is awarded the Czech Republic's highest state honour by the president.
Landslides close several roads across Scotland as further heavy rains batter the country.
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