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A US Marine helicopter involved in disaster relief efforts in Nepal has been declared missing by the Army.
Nigel Farage is back to work as UKIP leader, three days after resigning.
A "detailed analysis" of the authorities' contact with teenager Becky Watts prior to her death is to be launched, it is announced.
A 51-year-old man is reunited with the rubber sucker off a toy dart that he played with as a child - after he sneezes it out.
Parliament's expenses watchdog was "complicit" in a bill of thousands of pounds owed by ex-MP Eric Joyce, a report says.
The impact of the Glazers on Manchester United
Tickets for Steven Gerrard's final home game for Liverpool this weekend are on sale for more than £1,300.
Three men are arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman's body is found in a suitcase dumped in a London canal.
Kevin Pietersen has been misled by the ECB, according to former England captain Michael Vaughan.
A lawsuit has been lodged in California alleging that location-tracking apps used by a firm invaded staff privacy.
The new Finance Minister Arlene Foster has warned a £500m hole will open in the executive's budget if the Stormont House Agreement is not implemented.
South Africa's high court temporarily prevents the deportation of undocumented migrants arrested in raids following the xenophobic violence.
What happens to those trying to help in Nepal?
A row has erupted between senior UKIP figures and the party's only MP Douglas Carswell over £650,000 in public money they are entitled to receive.
The GP out-of-hours service in north Wales is understaffed and has a number of management issues, according to a critical report seen by BBC Wales.
A thief who stole a bird bath from a garden in Newcastle returns to the scene to leave an apology note.
The number of Americans who identify as Christian has fallen nearly eight percentage points in only seven years, according to a new survey.
Andy Murray confirms he will play at this week's Italian Open, after winning back-to-back clay titles in Munich and Madrid.
The mayor of Tehran hopes to transform the notorious Evin prison in Iran's capital into a public park, after receiving the judiciary's approval.
Florence 'SeeSee' started working at Tacoma General Hospital in Washington state in 1946 and has not stopped.