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The Foreign Office says it is supporting the family of a British woman in hospital.
Police warn further bodies could be found by emergency workers as they search the block of flats.
Protesters who want a fuel duty cut drove slowly on major roads across the country.
TV cook Big Zuu reflects on his Dave show's double Bafta win and the importance of representation.
Kirtland Gill, 41, denies conspiracy to sell ammunition and possession of a prohibited weapon.
There's been arrests on UK motorways as people protest fuel price hikes, watch the latest reaction.
The firm says a direct offer to Larne and Belfast staff received a "strong and favourable" response.
Driver Zhou Guanyu says the halo device saved his life after a horror crash at Silverstone on Sunday.
A hospital doctor admits gross negligence manslaughter after 48-year-old Shahida Parveen died.
Anas Sarwar says there will be no pact between the parties even in the event of a hung parliament.
Zac Thompson was swimming near rocks with two others, say local reports, when he got into trouble.
A witness sees Sam Thompson drinking whiskey from the drinks trolley and "necking" wine.
Police were involved after one of six bullying or sexual misconduct complaints, the corporation says.
Dean William was approached by one of the star's team before Saturday's sold-out BST Hyde Park gig.
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Welsh microchip producer has become a front-line in the tech war between the West and China.
Maharajah Duleep Singh, the last emperor of the Punjab, was exiled to England in the 1840s.
When Ben Raemers killed himself at the top of his game, it left many skateboarders asking questions.
A hairdresser in Wales is collecting her customers' hair and turning it into something useful.