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Sinn Féin agreed to a deal on bringing welfare reforms to Northern Ireland before Gerry Adams put a stop to it, a senior SDLP politician tells the BBC.
A parish priest in Londonderry may be forced to leave his parochial house in Creggan because of persistent anti-social behaviour, a Sinn Fein councillor says.
Another beautiful day is on tap with sunny skies and winds out of the southeast, allowing temperatures to climb into the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. Clouds will gradually increase later this afternoon
Pontiff's Present: Pope Francis gives faithful to pocket-sized copies of the Gospels
Morocco unions send thousands to protest in Casablanca against austerity policies
Australia thrash England by six wickets to win a record third successive Women's World Twenty20 title in Bangladesh.
Two major government export schemes have failed to help a single firm, says Labour's shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna.
HEALTHBEAT: Disease detectives try genome sequencing to outsmart foodborne disease outbreaks
Karen Allen sees enthusiastic voters flocking to cast ballots
BBC Sport looks back at the best shots from the 2013 Masters, which was won by Australian Adam Scott.
The theatre company trying to change the lives of criminals
Israel's Netanyahu says country will respond in kind to Palestinian UN moves
Two new teams are likely to be on the grid next season, says Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone.
Czech Republic completes 5-0 sweep of Japan in Davis Cup quarterfinals
Tunisia's new prime minister returns home from US visit with Obama, hails new American aid
Australian searchers say a Chinese ship has heard a signal for a second time, calling it an encouraging lead in the hunt for missing flight MH370.
Detectives investigating paramilitary disorder in Larne, County Antrim, last weekend, have made a third arrest.
Authorities say the body was found just after 5:00 Saturday afternoon in a field at Wodock Park in the 100 block of 4th Avenue SE.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says his country will retaliate if the Palestinians take further unilateral steps in pursuit of statehood.
The Scottish Prison Service says it is considering an application from drugs mule Melissa Reid to serve her sentence in Scotland.