A lecturer who was viciously beaten by four burglars welcomes their jail sentences.
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Discs containing information from three of the UK's most sensitive inquiries are lost.
The Jordanian government could be on the verge of an agreement with IS over hostages.
Services have been held to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
The leader of the left-wing party Syriza is the new prime minister of Greece.
Broadcasters say TV debates will go ahead even if some party leaders don't take part.
The EU Central Bank is injecting billions of euro into the struggling eurozone economies.
A north-west council says plans to frack for shale gas at two sites should be turned down.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Anna Foster and Tony Livesey.
A government letter to mosques on tackling extremism turns into a row about its content.
Scotland Yard raises concern about the safety of Jewish communities and of police officers
Police in Belgium carry out an anti-terror raid with at least two deaths reported.
A jury clears the ex-girlfriend of Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins of indecency offences.
Inflation falls to 0.5 per cent, which is its joint lowest level on record.
The latest developments from France as police storm two siege locations.
The hunt continues for the gunmen behind yesterday's deadly attack in Paris.
Twelve people have been killed in Paris, with the gunmen still at large.
New figures show A&E waiting times in England are at their worst for a decade.
Buckingham Palace dismisses sex case allegations against Prince Andrew.