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An investigation is launched after a six-year-old boy is left on a platform when his mother boarded a tram in Edinburgh.
A 26-year-old man appears in court charged with the murder of north Belfast man Kyle Neil.
Police have released footage of a high-speed car chase through Birmingham with officers pursuing a man believed to be in a stolen car.
Queen's University Belfast cuts 236 jobs and 290 student places after DEL funding reduction
One of Italy's most wanted gangsters is detained on the Costa del Sol in Spain while trying to withdraw money from a post office.
Liverpool's Raheem Sterling is only human and made a mistake, according to the PFA's deputy chief executive Bobby Barnes.
A young mountain lion has taken up residence under a house in Los Angeles, and is resisting all efforts to dislodge it.
TV presenter Sue Perkins says she is taking a break from Twitter after receiving threats over reports she was replacing Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear.
Campaigners in the Netherlands are taking the government to court for allegedly failing to protect its citizens from climate change.
The Conservative Party launches its manifesto ahead of the general election. Here are some of the key points.
New wildfires take hold in eastern Siberia, after 23 died in similar blazes to the south-west, Russian officials say.
David Cameron tried to re-brand the Conservatives as the party of working people - the day after Ed Miliband claimed that it was the party of economic responsibility.
Sat-Nav maker Garmin unveils two new high definition action camera models to compete with market leader GoPro.
The season five premiere of Game of Thrones sets a new overnight ratings record for Sky Atlantic, with 1.57m tuning in.
The Conservative Party has launched its manifesto, with David Cameron declaring, "we are the party of working people, offering you security at every stage of your life".
Manchester United are capable of winning the Premier League next season says their former striker Eric Cantona.
The parents of a teenager from County Down who was found dead in a housing estate have called for a ban on "legal high" drugs.
Wigan's Ben Flower will have "more than served his sentence" when he returns from a six-month ban on Thursday, says coach Shaun Wane.
Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill will compete at the Anniversary Games in London's Olympic Stadium on 24-25 July.
A man who was seen with missing student Karen Buckley has been traced and is helping police with inquiries.