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The next season of ITV's period drama Downton Abbey will be its last, its makers announce.
A coach carrying dozens of people, thought to include pensioners, overturns on the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll.
A village in Russia removes famous children's books by Mark Twain and Hans Christian Andersen from its library.
The co-pilot of the Germanwings flight, named as Andreas Lubitz, intentionally started the plane's descent before it crashed into the French Alps, officials say.
A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militias in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.
The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle sharing programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.
The Supreme Court says letters by Prince Charles to government departments can be published, after a campaign by the Guardian newspaper.
PayPal agrees a £5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.
Law student Erol Incedal is cleared at the Old Bailey of planning a terrorist attack, after a trial conducted mostly in secret.
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The US has defended a prisoner swap with the Taliban for the release of Sgt Bowe Bergdahl after the US soldier was charged with desertion.
A parliamentary candidate is suspended by the Liberal Democrats after he was was arrested over child sex abuse allegations.
Fear is growing that Nigeria's tightly contested presidential and parliamentary elections could trigger more violence.
German sportswear firm Adidas outlines a turnaround plan that includes making some of its goods in Europe rather than Asia.
Indian police make their first arrests in the case of an elderly nun who was raped in West Bengal, sparking outrage.
Europe and America are building two satellites to study the Sun that will venture closer to the solar inferno than any previous ventures.
Nigeria's two main presidential candidates sign an agreement to prevent violence in tightly contested elections due on Saturday.
Marseille's public prosecutor Brice Robin says the co-pilot took control of the Germanwings Airbus 320 plane crash and started its descent.
The Supreme Court ruling, which implies that Prince Charles's advocacy correspondence should be released, has wider implications for freedom of information.
Surgeons in Cambridgeshire perform the first heart transplant in Europe using a non-beating heart.