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The singer was taken to a Los Angeles hospital due to complications from emergency oral surgery.
A Spanish civil servant is fined after not going to work for at least six years, which was only noticed when he became eligible for a long service award.
First-time buyers in England who purchase a house this year will already have spent an average of £52,900 on rent, research for a landlords' trade body suggests.
Shares in aero engine giant Rolls-Royce have soared 14% despite a 50% dividend cut and profits at the lower end of forecasts.
Students who stay in Wales to study or return home to work after graduation should have £6,000 a year of debts written off, Plaid Cymru says.
The pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and some generic drugs firms have been fined for being anti-competitive.
London's leading shares rise 1% in early Friday trading, rallying after Thursday's big losses.
The German economy expanded by 0.3% in final three months of 2015, official figures show.
Major powers agree to seek a "cessation of hostilities" in Syria to begin in a week's time, as well as swift delivery of aid to besieged areas.
Companies that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables.
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New tests in England for four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt children's start to school, research for a teaching union suggests.
The partner of Sian Blake is arrested by UK police on suspicion of murdering the ex-EastEnders actress and their two sons.
The prospect that the new contract for doctors in England could prompt thousands to work elsewhere is the key story for many papers, while others feel a gravitational pull towards coverage of black holes.
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Ten NHS chief executives whose names appeared on a letter recommending Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt impose contracts on junior doctors in England say they do not back the move.
Kim Kardashian's chart-topping Kimoji web icons are facing new competition from a set of emojis mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
After weeks of uncertainty the junior doctors' row has moved to a new level this week. BBC health editor Hugh Pym assesses what happens now.
Spain is starting to change street names that honour Gen Francisco Franco, the dictator who ran the country from the 1930s to 1975, and his henchmen.
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