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A Palestinian has been killed in clashes with the Israeli army in the West Bank, local medical sources say, amid rising tensions between the two sides.
A boy dies after a car struck his mother and her six children as they walked to school in County Antrim.
The world has been "too slow" in responding to the Ebola crisis in west Africa, Tony Blair says.
The New York rapper who, as part of the Sugarhill Gang, released what is generally regarded as the first rap record, dies at the age of 57.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says more EU sanctions are not planned against Russia, despite observers warning of rising violence in east Ukraine.
US Vice-President Joe Biden has laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier as part of Veterans Day remembrance events across the US.
It is something for a health minister to admit there is a funding gap for the next financial year and if it's not filled the NHS "could crash", says Hugh Pym.
The beheaded bodies of three abducted Libyan activists are discovered in the eastern city of Derna, which is held by Islamist groups.
A Metropolitan Police officer who punched a suspected shoplifter before pinning her to the ground is dismissed from the force.
The European Space Agency says all systems are currently “go” for Wednesday’s audacious attempt to land a small probe on a comet.
An inquest is being reopened into the death of a soldier who collapsed and died in Wiltshire in 2006.
Streaming music service defends its business model after pop star Taylor Swift accuses it of unfairly compensating artists and composers.
Up to £1.5bn of extra funding for the NHS in England should be found ahead of the general election to prevent a "crash" in services, according to the Liberal Democrat Health Minister Norman Lamb.
Ugandan musician Desire Luzinda, who has become a victim of 'revenge porn', should be arrested, the minister for ethics says.
Watch five of the best shots from Roger Federer's straight sets victory over Japan's Kei Nishikori at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
First Bus appeals against a court ruling, won by a disabled man from West Yorkshire, that the firm's wheelchair policy is discriminatory.
The Indian state of Chhattisgarh orders an inquiry into the deaths of 11 women after botched sterilisation surgery at a state-run health camp.
A study shows that human brainwaves can wirelessly activate light-sensitive genes implanted in mice.
Former world champion Nigel Mansell says Lewis Hamilton has "one hand" on the World Championship going into the final race.
A remote controlled drone has captured close-up images of the Tower of London ceramic poppy installation.