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David Cameron has called for a review into the treatment of pregnant women in prison in England and Wales.
Jose Mourinho says he will be "back soon" amid reports his representatives have held talks with Manchester United.
The Republican presidential debate was a bit like the final act of a horror film. Here's why.
The key Afghanistan district of Sangin in Helmand is once again on the verge of falling to the Taliban, an Afghan commander tells the BBC.
BBC News meets a photographer who specialises in taking pre-wedding photos of Chinese couples in London, a growing trend.
More than 100,000 patients spent at least 12 hours in A&E departments in England last year, data seen by the BBC's 5 live Investigates shows.
Dozens of Tory members accuse David Cameron of showing disrespect to the party's grassroots after he told MPs to disregard their views on Europe.
The PM calls for a rethink of the prison system in England and Wales as figures show 100 babies spent time behind bars with their mothers last year.
More than 90 mosques across the UK are opening their doors to visitors to allow Muslims to explain their faith "beyond the hostile headlines".
Officials in the EU urge Turkey to let in tens of thousands of Syrian refugees trapped on its border after fleeing fighting.
The latest government attempt to improve the use of technology in the NHS in England is launched, with the aim of making services faster and more convenient.
The number of people reporting being raped by someone they met on a dating app or website has risen six-fold in five years to 184, official figures show.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie attacks Senator Marco Rubio in the latest TV debate among Republican candidates running for US president.
North Korea fires a long-range rocket in defiance of international warnings, after announcing it intended to put an earth observation satellite into orbit.
A total of 132 people remain trapped under the rubble of an apartment block in the Taiwanese city of Tainan after Saturday's earthquake, officials say.
Among a series of front-page stories on the upcoming EU referendum is one from the Sunday Times suggesting that the late prime minister Margaret Thatcher would vote to stay in the EU were she still alive to cast her vote.
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A former head of the French Foreign Legion is arrested with about 20 other protesters at a banned anti-Islam rally in the port of Calais.