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Sixteen people are taken to hospital after transatlantic turbulence prompts an emergency landing at Shannon Airport.
Premier League summer transfer spending surpasses £1bn for the first time, overshadowing last year's total of £870m.
Many of the 6,500 people rescued in the Mediterranean earlier this week have started arriving at ports in Sicily, as Ed Thomas reports.
The Great British Bake Off co-host missed the filming of this week's episode, a representative for the BBC show confirms.
A look back at some of the things US presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said about Mexico during his election campaign.
There is growing evidence that more girls and women have autism than was originally thought and that it is being significantly under-diagnosed
The 15 contestants taking part in this year's Strictly Come Dancing step out on the red carpet for the official launch of the show.
A British man and his Australian girlfriend re-enact the circumstances surrounding the death of a police officer on a beach in Bali.
A scuba diver drowns and a girl aged 12 is injured in the sea off Cornwall.
A unicyclist has been performing stunts on top of a chimney in Romania that is 250m high - one of the tallest structures in the city of Targu Jiu.
As a Children's Society report suggests girls are becoming more miserable, one group of girls at a dance school talk about the pressure to look good on social media.
A pink cockatoo, thought to be the oldest bird of its kind in captivity, has died at a US zoo.
Donald Trump announces he will visit Mexico on Wednesday, after repeatedly disparaging it during his campaign for the US presidency.
"Urgent action" is needed to give new and expectant mothers more protection at work after a "shocking" increase in discrimination, MPs have said.
Police in Los Angeles have arrested the US singer, Chris Brown, on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.
Theresa May is to chair a meeting at Chequers to discuss the UK's approach to leaving the EU and its objectives in future negotiations, as her Cabinet meets for the first time after the summer break.
The EU referendum result has divided the country and could be hijacked by "forces of racism, intolerance and hate", says Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron.
A stillborn baby is cremated after being incorrectly identified by staff at a Sydney Hospital in a scandal that follows a deadly newborn "laughing gas" mix-up.
African forest elephants have an extremely slow birth rate, putting them under greater pressure from poaching, a study suggests.
Girls in Britain are becoming more unhappy, says the Children's Society annual report.