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Loaded Magazine, one of the so-called "lads' magazines" of the mid-1990s, is to close down, publisher Simian says.
Two social workers who were found in contempt of court after stopping a mother's contact with her children have had the finding against them quashed.
Alps crash co-pilot Andreas Lubitz hid details of an existing illness from his employers, German prosecutors say.
Is Labour trying to make NHS privatisation an election issue?
Swedish poet Tomas Transtroemer, who was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize for Literature, dies at the age of 83.
Is the airline legally obliged to compensate the families of the victims for their loss?
How to make rice less calorific, and more news nuggets.
A Saudi-led coalition has carried out further bombing raids against Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen, hitting their northern heartland.
Passengers on a tour coach which came off the A83 in Argyll at the Rest and Be Thankful have recalled their terror as the bus overturned towards water.
The Nigerian army says it has retaken the north-eastern town of Gwoza, believed to be the headquarters of Islamist militant group Boko Haram.
Carl Froch will begin an acting career and has been taking tips from Hollywood names as he ponders his boxing return.
Presenter and broadcaster Dermot O'Leary will no longer host ITV's The X Factor after eight years on the programme.
A collection of some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week.
The High Court quashes the education minister's decision to shut the first Catholic school in Northern Ireland that was attempting a transformation to integrated status.
A senior Ukrainian official arrested two days ago at a televised cabinet meeting over corruption allegations is to be freed due to a lack of evidence.
Israel is to stop withholding tax revenues collected on behalf of the Palestinian Authority, a move that has crippled the Palestinian economy.
A UK military medic has been discharged from hospital in London after being declared free of Ebola. Cpl Anna Cross was the first person in the world to be given the experimental drug MIL 77.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Ofqual sets out the range of A-levels and GCSEs that will no longer be taught amid moves to toughen examinations in England.