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The UK announces "enhanced" Ebola screening for people arriving from affected countries at Heathrow, Gatwick and Eurostar terminals, ministers say.
An international expedition says it has found further, remarkable finds at the site of the famous Antikythera shipwreck.
Surgeons at the Royal Liverpool Hospital have carried out a kidney transplant using keyhole surgery, the first time such an operation has been performed in Europe
Pink Floyd guitarist and singer David Gilmour says he is "pretty certain" the band's new album will be their last.
A former RAF officer is convicted of 23 sex abuse offences against boys at a base in Germany in the 1980s.
Three unions representing local government workers and school support staff suspend a planned strike in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Billionaire investor and activist Carl Icahn urges Apple to buy back even more of its shares, to boost the company's stock price, which Mr Icahn says is undervalued.
A missing Australian woman has survived 17 days lost in the northern Queensland bush, local reports say. Here's a quick look at the story.
Marussia have not yet decided on whether to replace the injured Jules Bianchi in the Russian Grand Prix this weekend.
The ex Doctor Who star and his former girlfriend Daisy Lowe seem to be the latest hacking victims.
A prayer vigil has been held for the family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the US who died on Wednesday.
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Scientists unearthed rare, ancient human remains in silts close to the River Seine in France.
University students are being urged to urinate in the shower in a bid to save water.
An off-duty police officer has fatally shot a black teenager in St Louis, Missouri, sparking more protests in an area scarred by summer unrest.
Heavy gunfire and explosions are heard in the capital of the Central African Republic, amid growing tension between rival militias.
International monitoring of the Russia-Ukraine border is "grossly inadequate", the US says, amid concern about Russian support for separatist fighters.
Staff at Cheshire Constabulary's "mane" headquarters received a surprise four-legged visitor, leaving front desk staff with a mare on their hands.
The public health challenge posed by West Africa's Ebola outbreak is unlike anything since the emergence of HIV/Aids, a top US medical official says.
Chancellor George Osborne rejects a call from Home Affairs Select Committee chairman Keith Vaz for arrivals to the UK to be screened for Ebola.