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Manchester United boss David Moyes says his side can still win the Premier League, despite their home loss to Newcastle.
Eight people are taken to hospital as a car crashes into market stalls in a north Wales town.
Why there's room for optimism in England's World Cup group
The first of the funerals for those who died in the Glasgow helicopter crash just over a week ago has taken place.
The International Olympic Committee says India face expulsion from the Olympic movement unless they comply with ethics rules.
Passengers travelling from two of Northern Ireland's airports are facing delays because of an air traffic control centre fault.
A cortege bearing Nelson Mandela's body will travel through Pretoria for three days ahead of his burial next Sunday, the government says.
Plans to privatise the UK government's defence procurement arm are set to be scrapped, the BBC has learned.
England's opening match of the 2014 Fifa World Cup against Italy has been brought forward three hours.
Manchester United suffer consecutive home league defeats for the first time since 2002 as Newcastle win 1-0.
Two directors of a failed Shropshire construction company are disqualified after a forged ruby valuation was used to inflate accounts.
A 51-year-old man dies following what is believed to have been a work-related accident in County Fermanagh.
Air traffic control operators say they do not know how long it will take to resolve faults which are causing flight delays and cancellations across the UK and Ireland.
Foreign jihadist fighters, including Britons, are using safe houses in southern Turkey to go to Syria to fight against government forces, the BBC has learnt.
An 82-year-old parish priest has been questioned under caution by police over alleged child sex abuse case that spanned two decades, police say.
Public figures across Scotland pay their tributes to Nelson Mandela, the founder of post-apartheid South Africa.
North Korean TV reportedly removes footage of a powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong-un from a documentary, following reports of his dismissal.
The first of the funerals for the nine victims of the Clutha pub helicopter crash has taken place at Glasgow University.
Police come under gun attack in Belfast for the second night in a row, in an act described as "evil and reckless".
Celtic are "appalled" by the actions of some supporters at Fir Park following the release of smoke bombs and flares.