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Taking a common kind of painkiller is linked to an increased risk of heart failure, a study suggests.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is to retire in 2017 after five years as the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, the force announces.
The US president says the congressional override of his veto on a bill allowing 9/11 lawsuits against Saudi Arabia sets "a dangerous precedent".
England bowlers James Anderson and Mark Wood are ruled out of next month's tour to Bangladesh after a recurrence of recent injuries.
Barnsley suspend assistant manager Tommy Wright after he is named in a Daily Telegraph investigation alleging corruption in football.
A teenage girl walking to school is abducted by two men and subjected to a serious sexual assault.
The Sudanese government is allegedly using chemical weapons against its own people, with dozens of children among 200 killed in Darfur, Amnesty International alleges.
Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to former Israeli Prime Minister and President Shimon Peres as his body lies in state, in Jerusalem.
The most senior lawyer for the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse in England and Wales is suspended over concerns about "aspects" of his team leadership.
Roberta Pompa has been living with her young children in their back garden since the earthquake in central Italy on 24 August.
Italy's PM says it will be "impossible" for Brexit talks to provide a deal that gives British people more rights than those outside the EU.
Music streaming company Spotify is reported to be in 'advanced talks' to take over rival Soundcloud.
The fallout from allegations of "inappropriate" payments to football managers continues to dominate the front pages, with new claims emerging.
Police body cameras can dramatically reduce the number of complaints against officers, a major research project suggests.
It will be "impossible" for Brexit talks to result in a deal that gives Britons more rights than others outside the EU, Italian PM Matteo Renzi says.
Campaigners call for reform as figures reveal taxpayers are paying more than £400,000 a year to subsidise a Saudi billionaire's farm.
Sir Cliff Richard is performing a "duet" with none other than the late Elvis Presley on his upcoming 101st album.
Nurseries in England are struggling to recruit qualified staff putting them at risk of closure, campaigners warn.
The peace agreement between the Colombian government and the Farc guerrilla movement brings to an end 52 years of conflict
Kenyan plans to build a railway across a national park, but could it be a new version of the so-called "lunatic line" to nowhere, asks Alastair Leithhead.