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Ukrainian troops are leaving Crimea, after emotional farewells to wives and family members left behind.
Amir Khan will fight Luis Collazo on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather's bout with Marcos Maidana in Las Vegas.
A US convicted child molester is charged with sending a threatening letter to President Barack Obama, albeit posted to the wrong address.
Hundreds of people gather in Zagan, Poland, to remember the allied prisoners of war who died in The Great Escape of World War Two.
Tests on the suspected cases of deadly Ebola virus in Guinea's capital prove negative, officials say, however there are five suspected cases in neighbouring Liberia.
Nottingham Forest sack manager Billy Davies but say they will not be making a quick decision about his replacement.
More than a dozen Canadian officials are barred from ever entering Russia in response to sanctions imposed over Moscow's annexation of Crimea.
Silverstone racetrack bosses are asking David Cameron to prevent tens of millions of pounds of potentially "illegal" state aid for a new £280m circuit in Wales.
The government confirms it will scrap plans to link the HS2 rail route with HS1 at St Pancras.
Oscar Pistorius' girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp sent him a text message saying: "I'm scared of you sometimes," his murder trial hears.
A failure in preventing infections was the most likely cause of an E. coli outbreak at a hospital where two premature babies died after contracting the bug, a health watchdog finds.
Former cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell had "form or history" in relation to "verbal aggression" against police, the High Court hears.
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams asks his solicitor to contact the police to check if they want to interview him about the murder of Jean McConville.
The HS2 rail route will not be linked to the Eurostar train line, confirms Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin.
Students broke into the legislature late on Tuesday and have since defied police efforts to evict them, using barricades made of furniture.
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A widow and her son's friend are found guilty of killing her new fiance after realising he had "blown" a £40,000 inheritance.
A hospital where a girl bled to death reveals its 43 errors, weeks after withholding them for fear of putting staff under "more stress".
A woman who was an extra in a James Bond film tells a court she kicked Max Clifford "between the legs" after he pushed her on to a sofa and tried to kiss her.
Actress Emma Watson talks about her upcoming film Noah which also stars Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly.