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Gravitational waves detected. Jeremy Hunt to impose a new contract on junior doctors
A former judge to look at how detectives investigated historical sex abuse allegations.
Investigation into a train crash in southern Germany in which 10 people died.
The Prime Minister wants to reduce re-offending and give prison governors more autonomy
UN Security Council vows new sanctions in response to N Korea's long-range rocket launch
Up to 35-thousand Syrians are trapped at the Turkish border.
Zimbabwe declares "state of disaster" in face of severe drought
Turkey faces being overwhelmed by Syrian refugees. No 10 dismisses UN Assange ruling.
Cameron defends proposed EU deal in face of backbench criticism
EU deal paves the way for referendum in summer.
Pentagon quadruples Europe spending
UK scientists given permission to genetically modify human embryos for the first time.
Tributes pour in for Sir Terry Wogan, who's died from cancer.
35 drown in Aegean trying to reach Europe, Turkish police recover possible Picasso
Tareena Shakil from Birmingham is the first British woman to be convicted of joining IS.
The spread of the Zika virus has been described as "explosive" by the WHO
An agreement to clamp down on tax avoidance
David Cameron is"angry" about Google's tax
Tesco apologises after breaking industry's code of conduct.
The former SAS officer was close to achieving his goal of crossing the Antarctic unaided
Government is considering calls to take unaccompanied children who've arrived in Europe
Osborne hints that others could follow Google, which is paying £130 million to HMRC.
Angela Merkel has warned EU partners against acting alone to deal with the migrant crisis.
Public inquiry into former spy's killing concludes senior Russian officials were involved
Concerns about oil send share prices plummeting