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British Airways cancels its short-haul flights to and from Heathrow after one of its planes makes an emergency landing.
News Corp announces it will officially split its publishing and entertainment businesses on 28 June, two years after the UK phone-hacking scandal involving the News of the World.
Sally Bercow says she is "surprised and disappointed" after the High Court rules a tweet she published about Tory peer Lord McAlpine was libellous.
A murder trial hears a witness, who claimed one of the accused said a house fire victim "got what he deserved", delayed telling police about this.
Eccles cakes should not be microwaved, and other nuggets
A builders' merchant in land-locked mid Devon helps save the life of a yachtsman who fell overboard off the French coast.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford sacks his chief of staff Mark Towhey as he fights claims he has been caught smoking crack cocaine on camera.
The BBC has apologised after spending nearly £100m on a project which has been abandoned.
Co-operative Bank has stopped offering new business loans amid concerns over its capital position and talks with UK regulators.
Deputy PM Nick Clegg tells a multi-faith audience to reject a "corrosive feeling of fear" in the wake of the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby.
Evidence in the trial of a man accused of murdering five-year-old April Jones in a sexually motivated attack concludes.
The Turkish parliament approves controversial legislation to restrict the sale and advertising of alcohol.
A pregnant woman has been shot dead in Tanzania during a security operation after gas protests in Mtwara, a journalist in the southern town tells the BBC.
The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables are announced as shows performing free songs to the public, to coincide with 350 years of West End theatre.
Carl Froch swears he will exact revenge on Mikkel Kessler when they meet for a second time in London on Saturday.
The lawyer leading the UN's inquiry into drones welcomes President Obama's speech as a "significant step towards increased transparency".
British number one Laura Robson faces former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the French Open first round.
Four Brighton and Hove Albion footballers are found not guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says "hard decisions" will be needed for peace after two days of talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders.