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World leaders must "act now" to protect the rainforests or risk the Earth becoming a dying a patient, the Prince of Wales has warned.
The Israeli government criticises the Church of Scotland over a report which questions the divine right of Jews to the land of Israel.
Probation officers criticise plans for charities and firms to supervise offenders for at least a year after they have been released from prison.
At least 762 patients have suffered after preventable mistakes known as "never events" in English hospitals over the past four years, the BBC learns.
The controversial 3D-printed gun has attracted 100,000 downloads since the blueprints went online this week.
A date has been set for the House of Commons to debate the remaining stages of the government's plans to legalise same sex marriage.
A senior Vatican official says the Mexican folk saint Santa Muerte, represented by a skeletal figure is a "degeneration of religion".
Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov retires from football as he continues his fight against acute leukaemia.
A top US official tells Congress he was "stunned" by the Obama administration's explanation for the deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi.
Shale gas company Cuadrilla is to carry out about four months of exploratory drilling at a site in West Sussex.
Real Madrid is "the ideal place" for top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo according to the Spanish club's assistant manager Aitor Karanka.
The number of UK homes repossessed in the first three months of the year rose slightly compared with the previous quarter, lenders say.
An artist from the Czech Republic has received £20,000 for winning a self-portrait competition.
Eritrea holds 10,000 political prisoners in "unimaginably atrocious conditions", a rights group says - and not one has been charged with any crime.
Swansea's Brangwyn Hall venue is to close for a year-long restoration project at the city's Guildhall.
Why Sir Alex is greatest leader we have, by Nick Robinson
David Cameron is to make his fourth official visit as prime minister to the US, with Syria and global economy set to dominate talks.
Wallace and Gromit have a new role convincing the British public to spend their holidays in the UK in VisitEngland's advert.
The video for David Bowie's latest single, which stars Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, was temporarily pulled from YouTube over its graphic content.
Electronics giant Sony reports an annual profit for the first time in five years, boosted by a weakening yen and asset sales.
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