British security services face an inquiry by MPs after it emerged that the two suspects in the killing of soldier Drummer Lee Rigby were known to them.
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Family speak of grief and shock at death of soldier in terror attack
British Professor has found a cure for grey hair which is set to shake up the hair dye industry.
RTÉ's Richard Downes reports from Philadelphia on the high-profile trial of abortion provider Dr Kermit Gosnell
Coptic pope Tawadros II has said that Egypt's Christians feel sidelined.
US teenager Timothy Doner from New York City can speak 20 different languages.
Part of a four-lane bridge over a river in rural Washington state in the United States has collapsed, sending vehicles and drivers tumbling into the water.
Bridge collapses in US State of Washington
A tweet by British House of Commons Speaker's wife Sally Bercow about Tory peer Robert McAlpine was libellous, Britain's High Court has ruled.
A British Airways plane had to return to Heathrow Airport with smoke billowing from the aircraft.
British Airways jet makes emergency landing in Heathrow
Early indications suggest that a plane diverted from Manchester to Stansted Airport was not the subject of a terror attack, a British security source has said.
British fighter jets escort Pakistan Airlines plane to Stansted Airport
Russia has said that the Syrian government has agreed in principle to attend an international peace conference.
Police in the Swedish capital are to seek reinforcements after youths set cars ablaze and threw stones at police for a fifth night running.
Fifth night of rioting in Sweden
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has returned to a special Paris court over her role in the €400m pay-off to a controversial businessman that happened when she was France's finance minister.
The BBC has scrapped a multimillion-pound attempt to create an internal digital archive.
US President Barack Obama outlined plans to limit the use of US drone strikes against extremists abroad.
President Obama says drone strikes a last resort
A total of four people, including the two men shot by police, have now been arrested in connection with the murder of a soldier in Woolwich.
UK horror over Woolwich murder
The Boy Scouts of America's National Council has voted to ease a long-standing ban and allow openly gay boys to be accepted as Scouts.
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