National News

  1. EU calls crisis talks on migration

    The European Union announces emergency talks on its escalating migrant crisis, as record numbers try to enter the bloc by sea or land.
  2. Faslane deals 'to secure 6,700 jobs'

    Chancellor George Osborne announces more than £500m of contracts for the Royal Navy's submarine base at Faslane, securing 6,700 jobs.
  3. US horror filmmaker Wes Craven dies

    US horror film director Wes Craven, creator of the Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises, has died aged 76, US media say.
  4. Ferries resume after Calais blockade

    Ferry services resume at the Port of Calais following a fresh protest by former workers of a dissolved ferry company.
  5. 'Severe damage' to Palmyra temple

    The Islamic State group has destroyed part of another temple at the ancient Syrian site of Palmyra, reports say.
  6. Ebola nurse works at hospital that saved him

    The first British healthcare worker who caught and survived Ebola is working as an NHS nurse in the hospital that helped save his life.
  7. Brazil WhatsApp mayor on the run

    A mayor in Brazil is on the run after police accused her of taking funds from the school system and running the town remotely through WhatsApp.
  8. China punishes 197 over stock 'rumours'

    Chinese authorities punish 197 people for spreading rumours online about the recent stock market crash and fatal explosions in Tianjin.
  9. Friends named as Shoreham victims

    Two friends embarking on a cycle ride were victims of the Shoreham air crash that claimed 11 lives, it emerges.
  10. Tap water advice lifted in more areas

    Advice to boil water before drinking it has now been lifted in more than half of the affected homes in Lancashire.
  11. 'Massive gas discovery' off Egypt coast

    Italian energy group Eni says it has found one of the world's largest natural gas fields off Egypt's coast.
  12. Pluto probe's next target chosen

    Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft has a new target to aim for following its historic flyby of Pluto.
  13. VIDEO: Neurologist Oliver Sacks dies aged 82

    Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks dies of cancer aged 82
  14. VIDEO: Migrants 'pick up litter or face jail'

    Residents on the Greek island of Agathonisi say they need help to deal with the large number of refugees arriving there on a daily basis.
  15. VIDEO: Incontinence lingerie on NZ catwalk

    An unusual show at New Zealand's fashion week - one showing off a new type of lingerie that can be used for incontinence.
  16. VIDEO: Clooney: Pardon al-Jazeera reporters

    The lawyer for one of three al-Jazeera journalists sentenced to three years in prison in Egypt calls on President al-Sisi to pardon the men.
  17. VIDEO: Ragunan Zoo launch a phone app

    Ragunan Zoo introduces a mobile phone app to navigate the park.
  18. VIDEO: Hiker found after nine days outdoors

    An American hiker missing for nine days in California's rugged Sierra Nevada region has been found alive.
  19. VIDEO: Health benefits of a daytime snooze

    Researchers say taking forty winks in the middle of the day could reduce blood pressure and stave off heart attacks.
  20. VIDEO: Forsyth: My days as an MI6 spy

    Author Frederick Forsyth reveals in his autobiography that he used to undertake work for MI6.
  21. A&E weekend 'scandal', and how to live longer

    The lack of consultants on weekend duty at Britain's A&E departments, and a simple way to add as much as seven years to your lifespan, are among front-page leads on Bank Holiday Monday.
  22. Making sense of Middle East wars

    The fight against Islamic State has led to four wars and counting, writes Jonathan Marcus.
  23. Why does South Sudan matter so much to the US?

    Why does a country thousands of miles away matter so much to the US and, in particular, President Obama, asks Karen Allen.
  24. What will warships look like in 2050?

    Futuristic images of what Royal Navy vessels could look like in 2050 have been developed by British scientists and engineers.
  25. Analysis: Sizing up the Lords

    The House of Lords is under the spotlight, with David Cameron set to create up to 40 new peers amid renewed calls for reform.
  26. Hope for slower-melting ice cream

    A new ingredient developed by scientists in Scotland could mean that ice cream fans can enjoy their treats before they melt.
  27. Carnival crowds flock to Notting Hill

    Crowds of people descend on Notting Hill Carnival as hundreds of youngsters taken part in the Children's Day procession.
  28. Sharapova pulls out of the US Open

    World number three Maria Sharapova withdraws from the US Open on the eve of the tournament because of injury.
  29. No panic signings, says Van Gaal

    Manchester United will not sign any players before Tuesday that they have not already targeted, says boss Louis van Gaal.
  30. Shelvey handed England squad recall

    Swansea's Jonjo Shelvey earns his first call-up to the England squad since 2012 for next month's Euro 2016 qualifiers.
  31. Miracles & comebacks - Beijing's most memorable moments

    Miracles, lost medals and comebacks, Tom Fordyce picks the eight most memorable moments of the Beijing World Championships.
  32. Inquiry into restaurant tipping abuse

    The abuse of tipping by restaurants is to be the subject of an investigation launched by Business Secretary Sajid Javid.
  33. VW and Suzuki settle four-year dispute

    The International Chamber of Commerce rules that VW should sell its stake in Suzuki, ending a four-year dispute between over their failed partnership.
  34. Union in 'mortal danger', says Brown

    Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown says the next 12 months could determine the long-term fate of the union between England and Scotland.
  35. Free EU movement 'for those with jobs'

    EU free movement should mean the "freedom to move to a job" - not to look for work or benefits - Home Secretary Theresa May says.
  36. 'Pre-suicide behaviour' identified

    Depressed people who display "risky behaviour", agitation and impulsivity are at least 50% more likely to attempt suicide, a study finds.
  37. Neurologist Oliver Sacks dies aged 82

    British neurologist and acclaimed author Oliver Sacks dies at the age of 82.
  38. Primary pupils' results edge upwards

    The performance of children in England in tests at the end of primary school edges upwards, the government announces.
  39. Ghana universities 'targeted by IS'

    Ghana's authorities are investigating several universities over links to suspected recruitment for the so-called Islamic State (IS), officials say.
  40. Ashley Madison founder steps down

    The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.
  41. Instagram images no longer all square

    Instagram is allowing its 300 million users to post landscape and portrait videos and pictures, as well as squares, for the first time.
  42. Satellite revisits Hurricane Katrina

    A UK-built satellite delivered the first orbital picture to US disaster response coordinators following Hurricane Katrina. Ten years on, a British spacecraft has re-imaged the Mississippi Delta.
  43. Satellite image of IS destruction

    A French satellite system pictures a pile of rubble where the ancient Temple of Baalshamin at Palmyra in Syria used to stand.
  44. X Factor launch in ratings slump

    The number of viewers watching the opening episode of this year's X Factor series has fallen by well over one million, in comparison to last year.
  45. Hynde under fire for rape remarks

    Pretenders star Chrissie Hynde comes under fire for comments in an interview suggesting it can be a woman's fault if she is raped.
  46. Kullervo: Tolkien's fascination with Finland

    The dark tale of Kullervo reveals that Tolkien's Middle Earth was inspired not only by England and Wales… but also by Finland.
  47. How 'MacGyver' became a verb

    It's made it to the Oxford Dictionaries.
  48. In pictures: An emotional arrival in Europe

    Migrants ashore on the Greek island of Lesbos
  49. Week in pictures: 22-28 August 2015

    News photos from 22-28 August
  50. The 'killer tiger shark' of Brighton beach

    Did a killer shark really attack a man on Brighton beach?
  51. The ice curtain that divides US families from Russian cousins

    The families left on either side of a superpower border
  52. Kabul families struggle to smile amid rising violence

    Kabul family life on hold amid violence
  53. Fighting to save historic Sydney

    Fighting to save Sydney's historic waterside district
  54. Are we addicted to technology?

    Is technology changing our brains?
  55. Do weird workplaces work better?

    The people who work in quirky spots
  56. In pictures: Notting Hill Carnival

    Notting Hill transformed into riot of colour and sound for carnival
  57. Criticism was tough, says Spider's Web author

    David Lagercrantz on criticism of his Dragon Tattoo sequel
  58. VIDEO: Creating the ultimate freelancer network

    Australian entrepreneur hopes to change the future of freelancing
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