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UK forces should not have gone into Iraq in 2003, according to Lord Falconer, one of Tony Blair's closest allies during the build-up to war.
Plans to create more seven-day services across the NHS in England are being put in jeopardy because of cuts to senior nursing posts, industry leaders are warning.
A vaccine to protect babies from meningitis B will be introduced in the UK from September, the Department of Health announces.
Tens of thousands of people are due to participate in a mass yoga programme in the Indian capital, Delhi, on the first ever International Yoga Day.
Germany defeat Sweden with an assured display to seal their place in the Women's World Cup quarter-finals in Canada.
Rebels in Mali sign a peace deal with the government that will give partial autonomy to the north of the country.
Qatar-owned TV news network al-Jazeera says one of its journalists has been arrested in Germany at the request of Egypt.
England one-day captain Eoin Morgan says the players have been trying to play like they did against New Zealand for "years".
Three men are charged with the murder of 14-year-old Jordan Watson, who was found dead in a Carlisle cemetery.
Marge and Homer have released a video about their marriage and those rumours they are about to split up.
England chase down a revised target of 192 from 26 overs to beat New Zealand and win the decisive match of the one-day series.
Ahead of an emergency EU summit on Greece's debt crisis on Monday, James Reynolds speaks to local people about how they are feeling.
Andy Murray will have to play twice in one day if he is to win a fourth Queen's Club title after rain stops play on Saturday.
Images appear on the internet purportedly showing Charleston church shooting suspect Dylann Roof with firearms and abusing the US flag.
Two members of the Red Devils display team who had a narrow escape when part of a display went wrong say they were "just doing their job".
At least 12 members of the same family, including women and children, are killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province.
Lewis Hamilton says he feared his spin in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix would cost him pole position.
James Salter, an American author who was dubbed the "greatest writer you've never read," dies at the age of 90, according to his publisher.
A Red Devil parachutist who was caught in mid-air by a team-mate when his chute failed to open says he owes his colleague a pint.
Security officials say 11 policemen were injured in overnight grenade attacks in the capital Bujumbura amid continuing political unrest.