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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.
The snipers with rhino poachers in their sights
Is there such a thing as 'the world's best chef'?
George Orwell and the 21st Century pub
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.
A Scottish-based campaign to keep the UK in the EU names Prof Mona Siddiqui as the chairwoman of its advisory group.
Mark Rego, a cancer survivor, spends his time bringing smiles to the faces of destitute children in India.
Nearly 150 oil platforms in the UK North Sea are expected to be scrapped over the next 10 years, according to industry analysts.
Leicester have gone from rank outsiders to title favourites after beating Manchester City - can they cope with the expectation?
England head coach Eddie Jones says he fully expected his side to beat Scotland in their Six Nations opener.
The Calcutta Cup was supposed to be a new chapter for both England and Scotland, but chief sports writer Tom Fordyce saw a familiar tale unfold.
An outspoken British member of a Roman Catholic commission on sexual abuse refuses to quit, denouncing his treatment by the Vatican as "outrageous".
Republicans seeking the party's nomination to run for the White House are set for the latest TV debate in New Hampshire, ahead of a key primary there.
After Jose Mourinho's representatives hold talks with Manchester United, Phil McNulty looks into whether he is the right man for the job.
Manchester Thunder and Hertfordshire Mavericks make it two wins from two in the 2016 Superleague season.
Hundreds of shoppers were evacuated from a busy central London store because of fears of a fire.
Several thousand Liverpool fans walk out of Saturday's league match with Sunderland at Anfield in protest at rising ticket prices.
Five Czech skiers have been killed and two other people injured in avalanche in the Austrian Alps that buried 17 people, local police say.