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Ed Miliband jokes that his wife would like him to spend more time in the kitchen amid media scrutiny of his arrangements.
New footage has emerged of the three British schoolgirls who went missing last month - apparently to join the so-called Islamic State in Syria.
Gwent Police sacks three of its officers over allegations they tried to help a motorist avoid prosecution.
A man was taken to hospital after being found with gunshot wounds to his legs in East Kilbride in South Lanarkshire, police confirm.
PM Narendra Modi says India and Sri Lanka must act like good neighbours, during the first official visit to Colombo by an Indian leader for 28 years.
Northern Ireland's first and deputy first ministers say they have been "making progress" on welfare reform.
A fire breaks out at Battersea Arts Centre in south London.
The head of Nato says he expects Britain to "show leadership" over meeting the alliance's 2% defence spending target.
Manchester United are working on a solution to get the best from striker Radamel Falcao, says manager Louis van Gaal.
Profile of the Iraqi city of Tikrit, known as the birthplace of two famous leaders: the medieval Kurdish Muslim commander Saladin Al-Ayyubi, and more recently, the former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein.
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Dallas police arrest a suspect in the fatal shooting of an Iraqi migrant, but have rule out the possibility of a hate crime.
Two men have been arrested after a South African TV journalist was mugged in front of his camera as he was about to go on air.