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Former Labour leader Ed Miliband is to issue a "call to arms", urging young people to register to vote in next month's EU referendum.
Mental health services turned away more than a quarter of children referred for support without help in England in 2015, a report says.
A small plane - believed to be a World War Two vintage aircraft - has crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, US officials say.
Katie Razzall went to the West Midlands to assess opinion on the EU referendum among ethnic minority voters.
A bone fragment believed to come from the remains of St Thomas Becket will be carried into Canterbury Cathedral, 845 years after his death.
The site of the longest battle of World War One, Verdun has become a symbol of European reconciliation, says Hugh Schofield.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
What people in the Middle East really think of Tony Blair
The centenary of the largest naval battle of World War One is to be officially commemorated in Rosyth and South Queensferry.
Should violent prisoners be allowed to look for love online?
The animals that might swim up your toilet
Swashboggling, squishous and frobscottle are among thousands of Roald Dahl's words to be compiled in a dictionary to celebrate the centenary of the writer's birth.
How the Unabomber and his Nordic fan want you to listen
A neighbourhood in Washington has been made over with murals by both international and local artists.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has said Russia might be forced to respond to US moves in Europe.
Former Argentine junta leader Reynaldo Bignone is sentenced to 20 years in prison over Operation Condor killing of left-wing activists.
The restraining order issued against Hollywood star Johnny Depp attracts headlines, along with President Obama's visit to Hiroshima and a call to raise the driving licence renewal age.
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras says Western sanctions on Russia over its actions in Ukraine are "not productive".
An open gas mains fire caused homes to "shake" after it exploded on the Kent estuary, witnesses say.
Vote Leave campaigner Boris Johnson does not seem to know the difference between fact and fiction, former Conservative Party chairman Chris Patten says.