16 July 2009: 12:22am
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Sixty firefighters tackled a blaze in a bustling area of central London.
Royle Family star Liz Smith received the royal seal of approval - but the Prince of Wales admitted his relief that his relatives were nothing like her fictional family.
A Briton was among the injured after a rogue bull gored several runners at Spain's Pamplona festival, leaving one man dead.
Four men have appeared in court via video link charged with murdering a sub-postmaster's son during an armed robbery.
Detectives investigating the death of Michael Jackson are looking at his prescription drug history and trying to talk with his numerous former doctors, the Los Angeles police chief said.
The mother of a soldier killed in a Snatch Land Rover in Iraq has won the first round of a legal battle over an investigation into the vehicles.
Criticism of the resources provided to British forces in Afghanistan has intensified.
A runner has been gored to death at Spain's Pamplona festival after he was cornered by a rogue bull.
Reports that a young man gored to death during the running of the bulls in Pamplona was British are being urgently investigated by the Foreign Office.
The bodies of five soldiers killed in one of the bloodiest weeks for British forces in Afghanistan have been flown home.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has asked Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to intervene in the case of a British child abducted by her Libyan father and taken to his country.
A man has been gored to death during the running of the bulls in Pamplona, the first such fatality since 1995.
Army security experts have had to scramble to block an officer's mobile phone after it was stolen while he was on leave in China.
Another two British soldiers have died in southern Afghanistan, taking the death toll to nine in nine days.
Women suffer a "devastating" impact on their pay after having children, a new study has found.
A 14-year-old boy remains seriously ill in hospital after allegedly being hit with a metal weight by his science teacher during a lesson.
The Government has been urged by MPs to get tough with Moscow over unauthorised incursions by Russian warplanes into the airspace around Britain.
The number of people dying from three of the most common cancers has fallen to its lowest level in almost 40 years, a new analysis of figures has revealed.
An international health expert has called for the threshold for being overweight and obese to be lowered for British Asians.
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