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More arrests in Woolwich inquiry
Three men are arrested in south-east London in connection with the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby near Woolwich barracks on Wednesday.
Extremism taskforce after Woolwich
David Cameron is to set up a taskforce to "look again" at the government's strategy for dealing with extremism and radicalisation in the wake of the killing of a soldier in Woolwich.
French soldier stabbed near Paris
French authorities are investigating whether the stabbing of a soldier in a Paris suburb was a copycat attack after a soldier was killed in London on Wednesday.
Hezbollah promises Syria 'victory'
The leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah group promises victory in Syria where his supporters are backing President al-Assad, amid an upsurge in fighting there.
Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Bayern Munich
Arjen Robben scores a dramatic late winner as Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final.
48 rescued as island boat hits rock
A total of 48 passengers, including children, are rescued from a boat after it hits a rock and starts taking in water off the Pembrokeshire coast.
Thousands complete Boston Marathon
Thousands of runners complete the final mile of Boston Marathon, five weeks after they were forced to abandon the race after two bombs exploded.
Italians to vote in local elections
People in Italy are set to vote in mayoral elections in 565 municipalities, with attention focused on who will win in the capital, Rome.
Police probe fatal tiger attack
The death of a zoo worker attacked by a tiger could have been due to "human or technical" factors, police say.
Pakistan bus fire kills 16 children
At least 16 children and a teacher are killed in a fire on their school bus in the eastern Pakistan city of Gujrat, police say.
'Maoist rebels' kill 17 in India
At least 17 people, including a senior leader of India's governing Congress party, are killed after their convoy was attacked by Maoist rebels, officials say.
UK plane alert suspects still held
Police secure a 12-hour extension to question two men after RAF jets were scrambled to escort a Pakistan Airlines plane in UK airspace.
Brazil 'cancels' most African debt
Brazil says it will cancel or restructure almost $900m (£600m) worth of debt owed by African countries, to boost economic ties with the continent.
Boy, 9, admits stealing car keys
A nine-year-old boy admits burgling a house and stealing the keys to a car that crashed moments later, Cleveland Police say.
Final trip for shortest flight pilot
A pilot who has completed the world's shortest scheduled flight more than 12,000 times takes to the skies over Orkney for the last time.
Biffy Clyro thrill Big Weekend fans
The Scottish rockers headline Saturday night in Londonderry as Labrinth, Conor Maynard and Ellie Goulding also perform.
Root ton delights Headingley crowd
Joe Root hits a maiden Test century as England reach 337-7 against New Zealand on day two of the second Test.
Leicester 37-17 Northampton
Leicester win the Premiership final to secure their 10th English title against Northampton, who have Dylan Hartley sent off.
Froch wins to retain IBF world title
Carl Froch retains his world IBF super-middleweight title as he claims a thrilling points win against Mikkel Kessler.
Hartley poised to miss Lions tour
England hooker Dylan Hartley could miss the Lions' tour to Australia after being sent off in the Premiership final.
Hamilton 'struggling' to drive car
Lewis Hamilton admits he has been 'struggling' to drive his Mercedes car since joining the team this season.
Co-op halts new business lending
Co-operative Bank has stopped offering new business loans amid concerns over its capital position and talks with UK regulators.
Germany reports sluggish growth
Germany's economy barely grew in the first quarter of the year, figures show, as private consumption helped offset shrinking exports and investment.
Warnings over flagship projects
More than 30 of the coalition's flagship schemes, including the Universal Credit, are at serious risk of failure, a government report warns.
Calls grow for 'snoopers' charter'
London Mayor Boris Johnson adds his voice to suggestions the Communications Data Bill could be revived after the murder of a soldier in a London street.
Big rise in medical trial volunteers
The number of people volunteering to take part in clinical trials in England has trebled in the past five years.
Neuron growth 'cuts memory space'
The reason we struggle to recall memories from our early childhood is down to high levels of neuron production during the first years of life, say Canadian researchers.
Sex education struggles with porn
In an age when "extremely violent and sadistic imagery is two clicks away", school sex education is struggling to keep pace, suggests a study.
New curriculum workload 'too high'
More than 80% of nursery and primary school teachers in Scotland have warned of high workloads as a result of the new curriculum, a union claims.
Faltering Facebook phone is delayed
Social networking giant postpones the launch of its "Facebook phone" after negative feedback and disappointing sales.
Amazon reveals fan fiction platform
Fan fiction authors will be able to publish and sell some titles in the US via new e-book platform Kindle Worlds.
Cockroaches evolving to evade traps
Cockroaches are outsmarting our efforts to kill them by evolving to avoid the taste of sugar traps, a study reveals.
Genetics of white tigers pinpointed
Chinese scientists trace the rare white colouration in Bengal tigers to a single change in a gene that affects a host of animals, including humans.
Lesbian drama is Cannes favourite
An intimate love story between two young women receives rave reviews in Cannes days before the winner of the Palme d'Or is announced.
BBC abandons £100m digital project
The BBC is to close its Digital Media Initiative, with director general Tony Hall saying it had "wasted a huge amount of licence fee payers' money".
How to speak Franglais
Bonjour, mes amis antiques, let's parler Franglais, as le late grand auteur and smith des bonnes mots, Miles Kington, used to dire.
The Loop: Kulture Klub
Welcome to the Loop, the Magazine's weekly letters column, including the best of your thoughts on Twitter and Facebook.
Man killed in betting shop attack
A 55-year-old man is killed in an attack at a betting shop next door to a police station in south London.
'Thousands' on streets for EDL march
Thousands of people attended a demonstration organised by the English Defence League (EDL) in Newcastle, Northumbria Police say.
Former Labour MP Jimmy Wray dies
The former Glasgow Provan and Glasgow Baillieston Labour MP Jimmy Wray dies at the age of 78.
Major scrubland fire breaks out
Firefighters are called to what it is being described as a "major scrubland and forestry fire" in Slamannan.
Explosion was a 'viable pipe bomb'
A security alert in south Belfast on Friday night was a viable pipe bomb which had partially exploded, police say.
City's historic windows protected
Belfast City Hall's historic stained glass windows are protected as a precaution during the G8 economic summit next month.
Caravan fire injures family of seven
A couple and five children are taken to hospital after a fire destroys their touring caravan at a park in Gwynedd.
MEP Evans top of Plaid Cymru list
The Plaid Cymru Euro MP Jill Evans retains her party's top slot in its list of candidates to fight the 2014 Euro elections.
French army in major Mali pullout
France begins a key stage of its military withdrawal from Mali, four months after sending troops to push Islamist rebels out of the north.
Africa marks 'great leap forward'
Ethiopia's prime minister opens a ceremony of Africa's 54 leaders celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Organisation of African Unity.
Deaths in Philippines militant clash
At least seven marines and five militants are killed as troops tackle Abu Sayyaf militants in the southern Philippines, the military says.
Mayor 'sorry' for US brothel remarks
Osaka's outspoken mayor apologises for saying US troops in Okinawa should visit legal brothels as a way of curbing sexual crimes there.
'Black widow' bombing in Russia
A suicide bomber has blown herself up close to an interior ministry building in the southern Russian republic of Dagestan, officials say.
'Mafia martyr' Puglisi beatified
More than 50,000 people attend the beatification in Sicily of Don Giuseppe Puglisi, a Roman Catholic priest murdered by the mafia in 1993.
Ecuador president starts third term
Ecuador's President, Rafael Correa, is sworn into office for an unprecedented third term in the capital, Quito.
Guatemala extradites ex-leader to US
Former Guatemalan President Alfonso is extradited to the United States, where he faces charges for laundering more than $70m in public funds.
'Poor response' to Iraq abuse claims
The UK government's response to claims that British troops abused and unlawfully killed civilians in Iraq is inadequate, the High Court rules, but it stops short of ordering a public inquiry.
Thousands protest in Bahrain sit-in
Tens of thousands of Bahrainis participated in a sit-in on Friday in protest at a raid on a senior Shia cleric's home.
Bridge collapses after US rail crash
Two goods trains collide in the US state of Missouri, bringing down a road bridge and leaving seven people injured.
Apple 1 from 1976 sells for $650,000
An original Apple 1 computer from 1976 - one of the first built in Steve Jobs' garage - sells at auction for more than 500,000 euros ($650,000).
Week in pictures: 18-24 May 2013
News photos from around the world
Day in pictures: 24 May 2013
Twenty-four hours of news photoss: 24 May
In pictures: Kabul kids on wheels
Afghan education - through skateboarding
In pictures: Masseurs of Mumbai
The male masseurs of Mumbai
In pictures: Keeping cool in India's heat wave
In the grip of a scorching heat wave
Day in pictures: 23 May 2013
Twenty-four hours of news photos: 23 May
Day in pictures: 22 May 2013
Twenty-four hours of news photoss: 22 May
In pictures: India's fading trams
India's last remaining tramcars
VIDEO: House of Commons
MPs approve same-sex marriage plans at third reading despite significant opposition.
VIDEO: Man plays guitar during brain surgery
A patient has played the guitar while undergoing brain surgery in the US, to help surgeons pinpoint where to place electrodes to treat the effects of his Parkinson's disease.
VIDEO: Churchill's Liverpool WWII hotline
Winston Churchill had a private hotline to the government from a command centre in Liverpool during the Battle of the Atlantic.
VIDEO: Turtle rescued after swallowing plastic
An injured turtle found by a fisherman in Florida has been returned to the sea after being treated at a rescue centre.
VIDEO: Police probe fatal tiger attack
The death of a zoo worker attacked by a tiger could have been due to "human or technical factors", police said.
VIDEO: Opera singer proposes on stage
An opera singer gets down on bended knee in front of 700 audience members to ask his girlfriend to marry him.
VIDEO: Oklahoma: Loved ones lost in tragedy
Tim Muffett has been hearing the story of one family, who lost loved ones in the tragedy.
VIDEO: Cheese-maker warned over hill roll
The woman who has supplied the wheel of cheese for Gloucester's famous annual cheese-rolling event has been told by police she may be liable for legal action.
VIDEO: Puglisi beatification 'turning point'
More than 50,000 people have attended the beatification of Don Giuseppe Puglisi, a Roman Catholic priest murdered by the Mafia in 1993.
Is Ryanair really Europe's most punctual airline?
Is Ryanair really Europe's most punctual airline?
Which is the North's best building?
Which is the North of England's best public building?
Why I work with sex offenders
What it's like to work with sex offenders
'The cough that paralysed me'
'The cough that paralysed me and left me in constant pain'
The myth of the humourless German
Wagner, stereotypes and the German sense of humour
VIDEO: Lightbulb moment: Radios on the ceiling
Designer adapts light socket to power "hanging" radio
Karbala: Visit to a Shia shrine
What Karbala means to Shias and Sunnis
Your pictures: Small things
Readers' photos on the theme small things.
Chelsea Flower Show and island mentality
Chelsea Flower Show and the UK's island mentality
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