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The grieving family of a woman in her 70s who died while waiting in a queue of ambulances at Morriston Hospital, Swansea, says the system let her down.
Voting on whether Scotland should stay in the UK or become an independent nation enters its final stages, with polls to close at 22:00 BST (21:00 GMT).
A new video is released showing a British man, identified as journalist John Cantlie, believed to be held hostage by Islamic State militants.
Former Fulham midfielder Danny Murphy would consider becoming the Cottagers' new manager after Felix Magath is sacked.
A suicide bombing and mortar fire have killed at least 15 people in a Shia district of Baghdad, Iraqi officials say.
The grieving family of a woman who died while waiting in a queue of ambulances outside a hospital says the system let her down.
Torture has become such an integral part of policing in Nigeria that many stations have an informal torture officer, Amnesty International says.
Rivals in life, two of Britain's greatest painters William Turner and John Constable, are the subjects of major exhibitions in London.
A man wanted in connection with the disappearance of London schoolgirl Alice Gross was convicted of murder in Latvia, police reveal.
A man wanted in connection with the disappearance of schoolgirl Alice Gross was convicted of murdering his wife in Latvia, police reveal.
Celtic are twice pegged back by Red Bull Salzburg in their Europa League Group D opener in Austria.
The Chinese e-commerce website Alibaba will list on the New York stock exchange, at what could be a record price.
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke is returning a £16,000 watch given to him by the Brazilian Football Confederation.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews has voted to accept women members for the first time in its history.
The family of a zookeeper killed by a tiger in Cumbria, says there are still questions to be answered after the inquest into her death.
In an interview with BBC Bristol presenter Lucy Tegg, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, admits he sometimes has doubts about God.
The BBC's John Simpson speaks to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on his new book and his continued refuge at the Ecuadorian Embassy.
A man who was in the church hostel in Lagos which collapsed has credited a table with saving his life.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club votes in favour of allowing women members for the first time in its 260-year history.
The first mounted police officer to give evidence at the Hillsborough inquests says his horse fell to its knees as officers lost control of the crowd outside the ground.