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The government is to invest £143m improving children's mental health services in England this year, BBC News learns.
Ukraine's top court says rebel-held areas in the east can get limited self-rule - but MPs are yet to vote on the changes.
Few surprises are expected in Scotland's top flight but intrigue can still be found lurking in its midst, writes Richard Wilson.
Home Secretary Theresa May orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full six-month visa, reversing an earlier decision to restrict his entry.
After a 64-day break the English domestic season returns on Sunday when Arsenal face champions Chelsea in the Community Shield.
England take a 2-1 lead in the Ashes series as Ian Bell's 65 not out guides them to victory in the third Test at Edgbaston.
Israel vows to catch arsonists, suspected to be Jewish settlers, who killed a young Palestinian child in an attack on a West Bank village.
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Sir Bradley Wiggins relishes a return to road racing in front of the home crowd at the London-Surrey Classic on Sunday.
A new cave which lies more than 80 metres beneath the Mendip Hills in Somerset has been opened up to the public for the first time.
Three former executives at a Japanese power giant are to stand trial over the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011.
President Obama's clean power plan is likely to be delayed by 2 years but is also expected to push renewable energy.
If the government decides to take on Facebook and Apple over encryption, a mighty battle could be in the offing.
Jack Straw says descriptions of New Labour as a virus are "ridiculous" and warns the party faces "oblivion" if it moves further to the left.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after police say he shot and killed two people who stopped to help him along a road in a Montana Indian reservation.
A Welsh Commonwealth Games weightlifter who failed to pay more than £300,000 of VAT on his scrap and waste businesses is jailed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin "personally ordered" the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, the inquiry into the death of the former spy hears.
Gordon Corera on what we have learned about the death of Alexander Litvinenko.