More than 1,400 incidents of lasers being shone at aircraft are reported to the UK's Civil Aviation Authority in a year.
Police shoot a UK-registered car carrying suspected people smugglers after a high-speed chase that crossed from Belgium into France, state media says.
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Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini and Leicester's Robert Huth are banned for three games for their clash in Sunday's draw.
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri asks his Premier League title winners to "stay one year more".
BT Group says it plans to invest £6bn in faster broadband and mobile services but Sky says the plan has 'limited ambition'.
Kim Jong-un's sibling waits in the wings
The NHS choir that beat Justin Bieber to the UK's Christmas number one spot in 2015 signs a film deal to tell its story of success.
Only 13.6% of film directors working in the UK are women, says a new report.
Airbnb's chief technology officer says the company is looking at pairing guests and hosts for activities.
A rift between President Erdogan and Prime Minister Davutoglu squanders an EU announcement backing visa-free travel for Turks in most of Europe.
A postcard from serial killers Fred and Rose West appears to show they were part of a sex ring with child abusers David and Pauline Williams.
Red Bull demote Daniil Kvyat after his calamitous Russian Grand Prix and replace him with Toro Rosso's 18-year-old Max Verstappen.
An independent review into the "Battle of Orgreave" would be welcomed, South Yorkshire Police says.
Craig Wright, the Australian entrepreneur who has claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin, reneges on a promise to provide "extraordinary proof".
An Etihad Airways flight en route from Abu Dhabi to Jakarta hit "severe and unexpected turbulence" that left more than 30 people injured.
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Uber appoints former European Commission vice-president Nellie Kroes to its new public policy board.
The job of the government's mental-health champion for schools in England is axed after she criticised the pressure put on children by the current testing regime.
A woman has been found alive in the ruins of a residential building in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, six days after it collapsed in heavy rains.