Rightmove finds signs of cooling house prices as mortgage rules tighten and rate rise fears grow
One woman loses family members in both disasters while a Dutch man narrowly avoids both flights
'Outstanding journalist' Evan Davis will replace Paxman – but should the BBC have hired a woman?
Illuminati, a hit on Putin, Israeli foul play – just some of the theories that have emerged online
Fans urged to join protest march ahead of new season as most clubs increase ticket prices
Experts fear that radical changes to pension laws could leave some pensioners destitute
Jurors at Tulisa's trial have been told there were 'strong grounds' to believe Sun reporter Mazher Mahmood 'lied' in court
Dale Bolinger bought an axe from a DIY store the day before he planned to meet the teenage girl
Cigarette company RJ Reynolds plans to challenge 'runaway verdict' for widow of Florida chain smoker
Iran upholds part of international agreement, as nuclear talks extended until September
Tesco's Philip Clarke replaced by Unilever executive Dave Lewis following worst performance in years
Israel accused of using imprecise 'flechette shells', which shower a target with tiny steel darts
Aurelien Rougerie, Julien Pierre and Benjamin Kayser attacked by gang after reportedly helping a woman
English drivers in verbal clash as Button questions Mercedes rival's approach after collision
Cadets in the People's Liberation Army tinker with dancing robots at the Armed Forces Engineering Academy in Beijing. China's military budget exceeded £70bn in 2013, with £18m being spent on research and development.
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