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A 12-year-old girl dies after a wall inside the building of Liberton High School in Edinburgh collapses and lands on top of her.
The Hillsborough disaster is "seared into the memories" of everyone affected by it, the coroner tells jurors hearing the fresh inquests into the deaths of the 96 fans who died.
The RSPB offer a £5,000 reward for information after the number of birds found dead around Conon Bridge and Muir of Ord in Ross-shire rises to 16.
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could take weeks and is the "most challenging ever seen", Australian officials say.
The Hillsborough disaster is "seared into the memories" of everyone affected by it, the coroner has told jurors hearing the fresh inquests into the deaths of the 96 fans who died.
The BBC marks the conclusion of its Freedom2014 season with a series of events at New Broadcasting House in London.
Test captain Alastair Cook says it took "a lot of guts and consideration" to end Kevin Pietersen's England career.
The mother of a Mauritian student who is due to be deported has been giving evidence to parliament.
Hull striker Yannick Sagbo and QPR loanee Benoit Assou-Ekotto face possible FA bans over 'quenelle' comments.
A secret 6,000 page report says the CIA misled the US government over how effective its interrogation methods were, the Washington Post says.
Defending champions West Indies beat Pakistan by 84 runs to set up a World Twenty20 semi-final with Sri Lanka.
Four-time champion Tiger Woods will miss the Masters after having surgery on a pinched nerve in his back.
The mother of a London student who is to be deported to her native Mauritius pleads with MPs to release her from Yarl's Wood immigration centre.
NHS England is facing the biggest challenge in its history because of the squeeze on its budget, says its new chief executive, Simon Stevens.
There is no need to re-mark GCSE English exam papers which received poor grades, a report by the Welsh government concludes.
Returning superhero Captain America came ahead of the Muppets in a battle of the sequels that dominates this week's UK and Ireland box office chart.
The world's second oldest Rolls Royce goes on display at Glasgow's Riverside Museum.
Cornelius Lysaght picks out the biggest talking points ahead of the world's most-famous steeplechase at Aintree on Saturday.
Nato says it is not seeing a promised Russian troop pullout from the border with eastern Ukraine, as the alliance gives firm backing to Kiev.
Britain's first female press photographer