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'I worked all day and all night'
Fragments of a Koran believed to be one of the oldest ever found go on public display in Birmingham.
The life and works of playwright Brian Friel
More than 10,000 home routers have been 'vaccinated' by a benign virus that tries to harden them against cyber-attacks.
An exhibition themed around retail giant Ikea opens as part of Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival.
Uber says that Transport for London's proposals to regulate the minicab business are 'against the public interest'.
The Rugby World Cup is in full swing, so why not test your knowledge with our 15-question quiz?
The old soldiers of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are moving into new, modern, living quarters, meaning all will have en-suite bathrooms.
Zac Goldsmith will contest the 2016 London mayoral election for the Conservatives, it is announced.
Two people in Sydney shot dead outside police headquarters - Australian media reports
How much do we know about Tory contender for London mayor Zac Goldsmith?
Paris is tightening fines for smokers who drop cigarette butts on the pavement - after cleaning up 350 tonnes of the litter each year.
The killing of nine people in an Oregon college is the 294th mass shooting in the US this year.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering a deadline for claims over mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).
The guests for the judges' houses stage of this year's series of the X Factor have been confirmed.
Nine people have been killed and seven injured in a shooting at a college in the US state of Oregon, say police.
A new stage musical version of The Wind in the Willows, written by Julian Fellowes, is to have its world premiere in October 2016.
Standard weekend tickets will go on sale on Sunday 4 October.
Fighting is continuing between Afghan forces and the Taliban in parts of Afghanistan's northern city of Kunduz, despite government claims that it had regained control of the city.
Sir Alex Ferguson will manage a Great Britain and Ireland XI captained by David Beckham in a charity match at Old Trafford.