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A&E data 'shows fall in violence'
Violent crime is continuing to fall in England and Wales, according to a major annual project examining injury data gathered from NHS hospitals.
Three children found dead in London
One person is arrested after three children are found dead at an address in south London.
US threatens more Russia sanctions
US Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington will impose further sanctions on Russia if it does not de-escalate tensions in east Ukraine.
Breast cancer drug price cut urged
Campaigners urge pharmaceutical giant Roche to lower the cost of a pioneering breast cancer drug as the NHS prepares to rejects its use on price grounds.
UK non-Christian claims 'absurd'
The UK is a Christian country and those who deny it are "deluding themselves" and ignoring "reality", say two senior Conservative MPs.
Survivor's regret over ferry students
A survivor of the South Korean ferry that capsized last week says he saw students trapped inside the vessel's cafeteria as it capsized.
Blair warns West over radical Islam
Tony Blair will warn Western leaders they must put aside their differences with Russia over Ukraine to focus on the threat of Islamic extremism.
Dancer's death sparks Rio clashes
Violent protests break out in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro following the death of a young man allegedly beaten by police.
Spotlight remains on Manchester United
The papers continue to focus on Manchester United following the sacking of manager David Moyes, while there is interest in figures suggesting violent crime has fallen and the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth.
Renewable energy projects approved
Eight renewable energy projects, expected to support 8,500 jobs, are given the green light by the government.
'High violence rate' at youth prison
A damning report into a young offenders institute finds violence levels too high, inefficient security and drug usage three times above targets.
Referendum pleas on St George's Day
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond and UK Prime Minister David Cameron use the English feast day of St George to make their Scottish independence referendum appeals.
'Irresponsible' holiday ad banned
A television advert for Center Parcs is banned for "irresponsibly" encouraging parents to take holidays during term time.
Adams 'gave IRA bomb orders' - claim
A former IRA member makes new allegations about Gerry Adams, claiming the Sinn Féin leader ordered him to transport explosives to Great Britain for a bombing campaign in 1980.
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