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A female pedestrian killed on a busy Norfolk road may have been "forcibly pushed" into oncoming traffic, police say.
France and Germany are resisting calls from the UK for tough sanctions against Russia in the wake of the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, Tuesday's paper say.
Increasingly, technology companies are integrating the internet with other devices, such as household appliances or cars. But are there security risks?
Scientists say they have made an "exciting" step towards curing HIV by forcing the virus out of its hiding places in the body.
Sarah Davies says "strong is the new sexy" and is aiming to change the way women view themselves.
In the largest ever genetic study of the disease, scientists have discovered some 80 genes which could leave people at higher risk of schizophrenia.
Prince George's first year
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he had a "wide-ranging" 30-minute conversation with US President Barack Obama in the White House.
Five controversial solutions to London's housing crisis
Texas Governor Rick Perry orders 1,000 troops to the US border with Mexico, saying the federal government had failed to secure it.
The Royal Navy's helicopter carrier HMS Illustrious returns to Portsmouth for the final time.
Chinese team NewBee takes home $5m in prize money after winning the world's most lucrative gaming contest.
An Indonesian prisoner's campaign against HIV
Yahoo acquires an app analytics firm, Flurry, in an attempt to help boost its advertising revenue from smartphones.
Five people are killed and 70 injured after an Israeli strike hits a hospital in the central Gaza Strip, Palestinian officials say.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has signed an oil deal with Venezuela, as part of a four-day tour of Latin America.
Police in South Korea say a body they found in June is that of the fugitive boss of the operator of a ferry that sank in April killing 300 people.
The bizarre Edwardian attempt to merge tennis and cricket
A survey suggests graduate jobs in the UK have recovered but many employers are struggling to fill skilled posts.