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Andy Murray is set to continue working with Amelie Mauresmo after his early Wimbledon exit as she joins his training camp in Miami.
Taking paracetamol for lower back pain does not improve recovery time or provide any greater pain relief than using a placebo, scientists say.
The government has a "casual attitude" to the human form of "mad cow disease", MPs warn, while ministers say the issue is treated "extremely seriously".
US death row inmate Joseph Wood dies after Arizona execution takes nearly two hours to kill him,
Prince Imran of Malaysia, the Commonwealth Games Federation president, struggles to open the Commonwealth baton before the 2014 Glasgow Games are officially opened by The Queen.
Nineteen NHS trusts have been referred to ministers after auditors raised concerns about their financial health.
The deadly danger of illegal backstreet buttock injections
Pro-Palestinian protesters disrupt a football match in Austria between the Israeli club, Maccabi Haifa, and French team, Lille.
Why one year after Apollo 11, most Americans couldn't name Neil Armstrong as the first man on the moon. We spoke to Matthew Tribbe, author of No Requiem for the Space Age.
A total of 39 people died in accidents around Scotland's coast last year, RNLI Scotland reveals.
Personal aerial drones that take pictures could soon become a lot more common, thanks to a new invention.
The restaurants that love solo diners
A "relatively benign" rise in interest rates still has the potential to double the number of households facing debt problems, a think tank has said.
The UK Supreme Court is to be asked to overturn the ban on convicted prisoners being able to vote in the Scottish independence referendum.
A US teenager and his father who crashed their plane during an attempt to fly around the world knew the risks, a relative says.
Scotland's Michael Jamieson and England's Sir Bradley Wiggins are chasing gold medals on day one of the Commonwealth Games on Thursday.
The trial begins of one of Venezuela's main opposition leaders, Leopoldo Lopez, accused of inciting violence during anti-government protests in February.
Many papers focus on the inquest of TV presenter Peaches Geldof, while others use photographs from the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.
Social networking firm, Facebook has reported that profits more than doubled in its second quarter on a jump in advertising revenue.
The Tory Party is discussing the future of MP David Ruffley, who was cautioned by police for assaulting his ex-partner.