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The UK's goods trade gap with the rest of the world widened by £1.9bn to a record high of £125bn in 2015, official figures show.
Sylvester Stallone says he thought about boycotting the Oscars ceremony because of this year's diversity row.
Former Ireland and Lions captain Paul O'Connell is forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect on medical advice.
Rescue teams begin a second day of searching for an RSPCA inspector who disappeared trying to rescue birds as Storm Imogen lashed a Cornwall beach.
Two passenger trains collide head-on in the German state of Bavaria, with police saying at least four people have been killed and many others injured.
Tennis star Andy Murray's wife Kim Sears has given birth to a girl, the BBC understands.
Kenya could pull out of the Rio Olympics if the Zika virus in Brazil reaches epidemic levels, says Kenya's Olympic committee.
The former ski-jumper says the celebrities in The Jump "must bear the brunt of the blame" for injuries.
Everton are moving closer to a £200m takeover after talks with an American consortium led by John Jay Moores and Charles Noell.
The chief executive of Google, Sundar Pichai, has been awarded $199m (£138m) in shares, a regulatory filing reveals.
Why expats are handing back their passports
Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham says it may be "impossible" for Labour to reach an agreed position on Trident.
Tui Group reports a 40% slump in summer holiday bookings to Turkey following the continued fighting and migrant crisis in neighbouring Syria.
As Barack Obama requests $1.8bn to fight Zika, some communities in El Salvador think they hold the key to stopping the spread of the virus.
Biologists discover how bacteria sense light and move towards it: the entire single-cell organism focuses light like a tiny eyeball.
People in New Hampshire prepare to vote for Democrats and Republicans seeking their party nomination in the first primary of the US presidential race.
Government departments are urged to be "more stringent" over accepting corporate hospitality and gifts, such as tickets to major sporting occasions
A woman with dyslexia who won a claim for disability discrimination against her employer Starbucks explains how she felt when she was accused of fraud.
A woman with dyslexia wins a discrimination case against her employer Starbucks after she was disciplined for falsifying documents.
Hundreds of protesters have clashed with police in Hong Kong during an operation to remove illegal food stalls in the Mong Kok district.