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A 155-year-old Victorian mouse trap on display at a museum springs into action once again to claim its latest victim.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says television revenue Premier League clubs get will be used to buy players.
A 48-hour Tube strike by station staff that was due to start on Saturday has been suspended, the RMT announces.
Labour MP Kate Hoey quits Vote Leave, amid an ongoing row between the two groups vying to be the official EU exit campaign.
The latest software update for iPhone 6 handsets is allegedly rendering the devices useless if it detects repairs not carried out by Apple.
It's going to be tight - but according to our panel of rugby greats, there's only going to be one winner of the 2016 Six Nations.
Zayn Malik's debut single, Pillowtalk, has gone straight to the top of the UK singles charts.
The UK foreign secretary brands as "ridiculous" a UN panel's ruling that Julian Assange be allowed to go free, but the Wikileaks founder demands the decision be respected.
Short-term storm clouds - but fair weather on the horizon for the health service's finances?
Confessions of a repeat Star Wars viewer
Madonna upsets both Chinese and Taiwanese fans.
Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre urges fans to "look at the facts" before taking part in a protest about ticket prices.
David Cameron receives the backing of Denmark for his EU renegotiation after Poland said plans to limit benefits for migrants need "further discussion".
Female orangutans are capable of murder, and more nuggets
Active Zika virus has been detected in the saliva and urine of patients, Brazilian scientists say.
A large construction crane has collapsed in lower Manhattan in New York City, killing one person and injuring at least two others.
A UN panel has concluded that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been "arbitrarily detained". What does it mean for him and how did it come about?
Scientists say replacing broadleaved species with conifers over the past two centuries has increased global temperatures.
Pope Francis is to hold a historic first meeting with Patriarch Kirill, the head of Russian Orthodox Church, in Cuba.