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Bosses at sportswear firm New Balance are waiting for a High Court judge’s ruling on a legal row centred on footballer Marouane Fellaini.
The family of missing man Liam Colgan has received an unconfirmed sighting of him in a German town about 30 miles from where he went missing.
Spanish prosecutors are seeking a five-year prison sentence for former Real Madrid and Liverpool footballer Xabi Alonso for alleged tax fraud.
Pope Francis will face protests from child sex abuse survivors when he visits Ireland this summer, a campaigner has vowed.
Forget the baguette, the French are going crazy for burgers.
The car that plunged into a Welsh river resulting in the death of a two-year-old girl was not stolen, police have said.
Amazon Key has added another layer of security by updating its app to include fingerprint authentication.
Each of the 71 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire will be individually commemorated to mark the start of evidence being heard by the public inquiry into the tragedy.
The Government is looking to quash company efforts to protect executive bonuses amid criticism of Carillion’s pay policies following its controversial collapse.
Leaders of more than a million NHS workers are to recommend a pay offer worth between 6.5% and 29% over three years.
Economists have dubbed the last 10 years a period of “unprecedented cuts” and the worst period of growth since the Second World War.
The suspect in a spate of bombing attacks in Austin, Texas, that have killed two people and injured four others this month blew himself up with an explosive device as authorities closed in, police have said.
Evidence presented in the rape trial of two Ireland and Ulster rugby players does not come close to proving the guilt of Stuart Olding, his defence barrister has told a court.
Scientists are undertaking genetic profiling of thousands of cows as part of efforts to breed cattle herds which are more resistant to tuberculosis.
A headteacher has apologised after a teenager was left alone in London following a school trip as the rest of the group headed back to Newcastle on the train.
At least 60 campaigners and their legal team have walked out of the inquiry into undercover policing demanding that its chairman, Sir John Mitting, stand down or appoint a full panel for the rest of the hearings.
A Russian housewife awarded £453 million by a London divorce court judge after her marriage to a billionaire businessman broke down says he is hiding assets in a bid to avoid paying her.
The Duchess of Cambridge has joined a symposium of leading academics and charities discussing ways of making children more emotional and mentally resilient to help them in later life.
The death toll from an insurgent mortar assault on a Damascus market has risen to 38, state media said, making it one of the deadliest attacks in the Syrian capital since the start of the seven-year civil war.
A Polish prince who once challenged Nigel Farage to a duel has launched a new Polish political party in Britain to fight the forthcoming local elections.