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Patients raise serious concerns about how people with eating disorders are treated in Northern Ireland.
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip have fired more than 30 rockets at southern Israel, officials say, the heaviest barrage since November 2012.
A second alleged victim tells the Max Clifford trial that she wanted to kill herself following repeated sexual abuse by the publicist.
David Cameron says his belief in Israel is "unbreakable" as he urges the country's MPs to pursue a deal with Palestinians to end all conflict.
Labour makes "no sense whatsoever" on Europe, David Cameron says, after Ed Miliband casts doubt on whether his party would hold an EU referendum.
Oscar Pistorius was not wearing prosthetic legs when he broke down a door to reach his girlfriend, his murder trial hears from a forensic expert.
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The final bill for settling hearing loss claims by former RUC officers could be almost a quarter of a billion pounds.
Sire De Grugy wins a Cheltenham race for the first time as he cruises to the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
Turkish police fire tear gas and water cannon at protesters in Istanbul after the funeral of a teenager wounded in anti-government clashes last year.
Two women die and 18 others are injured as a gas leak sparks an explosion which levels two buildings in East Harlem, New York City.
Two police officers face a gross misconduct hearing after an officer was shot dead in a training exercise.
Long-running US sitcom The Big Bang Theory is extended for a further three series, broadcaster CBS announces.
The size of Scotland's public spending deficit has risen, according to the latest Scottish government estimates.
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Cardiac services face a shake-up at four district hospitals in mid and west Wales after a critical review by a panel of UK leading heart specialists.
The G7 group of industrial nations calls on Russia to stop moves to "annex" Crimea, as Ukraine warns of a Russian military build-up at the border.
Emergency crews respond to an explosion
England coach Ashley Giles insists sacking Kevin Pietersen was correct despite the T20 series defeat in West Indies.
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