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Graphic footage uploaded to social media purports to show abuse amid clashes over India's control of Kashmir.
An elderly man who clung to a bag of maize flour is among 54 survivors of a boat accident in Malawi.
Pupils are struggling with the pressure of a new grading scheme for GCSEs, a teacher union says.
A small plane crashes near a Lidl supermarket in Tires just west of Lisbon, killing five people.
Airline staff failed to tell two passengers they were entitled to compensation after being 'deplaned'.
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World Snooker chief Barry Hearn says accusations directed at him by Ronnie O'Sullivan are "unfounded" and being taken "very seriously".
The Guardian says documents show the attorney general wants a prosecution against the ex-PM blocked.
Owners of some diesel vehicles could be paid to scrap them under plans to cut air pollution.
It had the strongest worldwide opening weekend in film history, estimates suggest.
Alex Schalk throws himself to the ground to win a penalty for Ross County in the 2-2 draw against Celtic.
The last episode of the police drama's final series is set to air on ITV on Monday evening.
Park Geun-hye faces charges including bribery, coercion, abuse of power and leaking state secrets.
At least 12 people suffer minor burns from a suspected "noxious substance" at an east London club.
Match of the Day 3 guests Danny Murphy, Jermaine Jenas and Sam Wallace debate whether Chelsea's defeat at Man Utd has opened up the title race.
The main opposition party wants a recount after narrow win gives President Erdogan sweeping powers.
Infrastructure spending and property demand helped the economy expand faster than many had predicted.
Melissa Cochran was injured in the Westminster attack, which claimed the life of her husband Kurt.
The US vice-president's visit follows a failed missile test by North Korea at the weekend.