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Hundreds of people are taking part in a loyalist protest march in Belfast
The constituency party of Tory MP Tim Yeo vote against reselecting him to fight the South Suffolk seat at the next election.
The 19 civilians killed when a row of houses in south-east London was struck by a V-2 rocket in 1944 are to be commemorated in a ceremony.
Ukrainian opposition parties call for early elections, as dispersed protesters regroup to condemn the government's refusal to sign an EU deal.
The organisation charged with overseeing the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons confirms some will be "neutralised" aboard a US Navy ship.
Ian Bell has no problem with moving up to bat at three for England in the second Ashes Test, replacing Jonathan Trott.
British film and television actress Jean Kent, one of the most famous stars of the Gainsborough melodramas era, dies aged 92.
The announcer at England's tour match in Alice Springs is stood down for racially mocking Monty Panesar.
At least three people are killed and dozens are injured after a police helicopter crashes into a busy pub in Glasgow on Friday night.
Adam Scott leads Rory McIlroy by four shots after the penultimate round of the Australian Open at Royal Sydney.
The editor of a prominent Indian news magazine appears in court seeking fresh bail amid accusations he sexually assaulted a former colleague.
A record player that Elvis Presley gave to a German woman as a wedding present is expected to fetch up to £2,000 when it is auctioned.
A search is under way for a Mozambique Airlines plane which is feared to have crashed in Namibia with 34 people on board.
The US urges its commercial aircraft to comply with China's rules in the new air defence zone around disputed islands in the East China Sea.
North Korean media say a US citizen detained there for more than a month, Merrill Newman, has confessed to "indelible crimes" against the state.
Why China's snooker superstar feels half English
The cousin of a woman who belonged to a Maoist commune in south London being investigated by police for alleged slavery accuses its members of turning her against her family.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrives in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday for talks with President Hamid Karzai.
Vineet Khare on the uncertainty facing India's top 'sting' magazine
Lives of early Palestinian refugees revealed in newly digitised photos