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1 - Blatter 'under investigation in US'
2 - Coulson cleared as trial collapses
3 - Tributes to teenager after body find
4 - All failing schools to be academies
5 - Hadron collider turns on data tap
6 - Hopes fade in Yangtze boat rescue
7 - Property cash buyers at 'record high'
8 - Alton Towers closed after ride crash
9 - Greek PM set for Brussels talks
10 - 'Underweight model' advert banned
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13 - 'Blatt's all folks' and 'Towers of Terror'
14 - Eurozone still in denial about Greece
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18 - Godzilla finally gets citizenship in Japan
19 - VIDEO: 'Make CD-sized holes for hedgehogs'
20 - Footballer denies child sex charges
21 - England can still win Ashes - Cook
22 - 'World Cup could rival men's game'
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25 - Sponsors welcome Blatter resignation
26 - OECD gives global economy 'B minus'
27 - PMQs: Cameron to face Harman and SNP
28 - Commons tributes for Charles Kennedy
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30 - Drug mix 'shrinks deadly cancers'
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37 - Iglesias injury 'worse than expected'
38 - Sony 'could lose James Bond rights'
39 - Why is God not female?
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41 - Lost dog 'may have boarded train'
42 - Funeral for savings robbery victim
43 - Laid-up nuclear submarines cost £16m
44 - MSPs to debate free childcare policy
45 - IRA membership case collapses
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50 - Senegal singer 'had fake millions'
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52 - Australia’s growth beats forecasts
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59 - US Senate curtails data collection
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83 - The day my daughter was shot in front of me
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1 - Blatter 'under investigation in US'

Outgoing Fifa president Sepp Blatter is being investigated by US officials as part of their inquiry into corruption, US media reports say.

6/3/2015 10:55:48 AM

2 - Coulson cleared as trial collapses

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is cleared of perjury as the case against him collapses.

6/3/2015 12:15:40 PM

3 - Tributes to teenager after body find

Tributes are made to missing teenager Amber Peat after a body is found near her home in Nottinghamshire.

6/3/2015 11:41:56 AM

4 - All failing schools to be academies

Up to 1,000 schools in England, including all those rated inadequate by Ofsted, will become academies under a new government plan.

6/3/2015 10:57:33 AM

5 - Hadron collider turns on data tap

The Large Hadron Collider has re-started scientific investigations after a two-year pause.

6/3/2015 9:42:37 AM

6 - Hopes fade in Yangtze boat rescue

Divers spend the night searching a cruise ship which capsized in China's Yangtze River, but the death toll rises to 18 and hundreds are still missing.

6/3/2015 10:56:49 AM

7 - Property cash buyers at 'record high'

Nearly four out of 10 homes were sold without the need for a mortgage in the first quarter of the year - a record high, the Nationwide has said.

6/3/2015 11:40:06 AM

8 - Alton Towers closed after ride crash

Alton Towers is closed while an investigation continues into a "dreadful" rollercoaster accident that left four people with serious injuries.

6/3/2015 11:37:44 AM

9 - Greek PM set for Brussels talks

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is to take part in talks in Brussels where he will be presented with a new plan to solve Greece's debt crisis.

6/3/2015 12:14:01 PM

10 - 'Underweight model' advert banned

An Yves Saint Laurent advertisement featuring an "unhealthily underweight" model is banned by the Advertising Standards Authority.

6/3/2015 12:06:08 PM

11 - Queen has 'routine' health check

The Queen has attended hospital for her "routine" annual check-up, Buckingham Palace reveals after social media speculation about her health.

6/3/2015 11:51:35 AM

12 - Nepal's treasures: Before and after

Images of the destruction wreaked on Nepal's Kathmandu valley landmarks by Saturday's deadly earthquake.

4/27/2015 6:51:37 PM

13 - 'Blatt's all folks' and 'Towers of Terror'

Sepp Blatter's resignation as head of world football's governing body, the Alton Towers theme park crash and the death of Charles Kennedy all feature on front pages.

6/3/2015 6:11:56 AM

14 - Eurozone still in denial about Greece

Even if Greece and its creditors agree a temporary rescue this week, the really hard negotiation on how to rescue the Greek economy is yet to be had.

6/3/2015 8:57:19 AM

15 - Could Rand Paul inspire the UK government?

Could the new Conservative government develop the libertarian approach favoured by controversial US presidential candidate Rand Paul?

6/3/2015 1:08:25 AM

16 - Questions raised over Eastern Star

The BBC's Jo Floto in Beijing delves into the many questions raised by Eastern Star's capsizing in the Yangtze River.

6/3/2015 7:42:32 AM

17 - Is opposition to GM food irrational?

Should we embrace technology that could help feed the world, or are concerns about the impact of global agribusiness and industrial food production justified?

6/3/2015 1:11:54 AM

18 - Godzilla finally gets citizenship in Japan

Meet Japan's newest official resident: Godzilla

6/3/2015 8:55:49 AM

19 - VIDEO: 'Make CD-sized holes for hedgehogs'

As hedgehog numbers decrease, campaigners are calling for people to make their gardens more hedgehog-friendly.

6/3/2015 11:12:27 AM

20 - Footballer denies child sex charges

England and Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson appears in court to deny charges of sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl.

6/3/2015 11:34:21 AM

21 - England can still win Ashes - Cook

England captain Alastair Cook believes his side can beat Australia, despite a crushing defeat by New Zealand at Headingley.

6/2/2015 7:52:52 PM

22 - 'World Cup could rival men's game'

Eniola Aluko says that the World Cup in Canada can have a huge commercial impact while taking the game to new frontiers.

6/3/2015 9:19:27 AM

23 - Barman Gayle 'signs' for South Devon

Somerset's former West Indies captain Chris Gayle 'signs' for South Devon and also helps out behind the bar.

6/2/2015 11:54:17 PM

24 - Benitez to be Real Madrid manager

Rafael Benitez will be presented as Real Madrid manager following his departure from Napoli, the Spanish club confirm.

6/3/2015 10:17:29 AM

25 - Sponsors welcome Blatter resignation

Fifa sponsors welcome Sepp Blatter's resignation but repeat warnings that they expect a swift overhaul of the football governing body.

6/3/2015 2:22:15 AM

26 - OECD gives global economy 'B minus'

The global economy has been given "B-minus " grade equating to "muddling through" by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

6/3/2015 11:31:19 AM

27 - PMQs: Cameron to face Harman and SNP

David Cameron is preparing to face his first Commons question time since winning the general election.

6/3/2015 11:45:52 AM

28 - Commons tributes for Charles Kennedy

The House of Commons is to stage a special tributes session for ex-Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy, after his death on Monday aged 55.

6/3/2015 11:21:55 AM

29 - Sanctions target 'rip-off' NHS temps

The government announces measures to clamp down on "rip-off" staffing agencies used by the NHS to plug gaps in nursing and doctor rotas.

6/2/2015 12:34:08 AM

30 - Drug mix 'shrinks deadly cancers'

A pair of cancer drugs can shrink tumours in nearly 60% of people with advanced melanoma, a trial suggests.

6/1/2015 12:01:29 AM

31 - Teachers in strike threat over pay

Teachers could be set to strike if they fail to get a "satisfactory outcome" in talks over pay, union leaders warn.

6/3/2015 12:29:48 AM

32 - Poor bright boys fall behind at GCSE

Bright but disadvantaged boys who do well at the end of primary school fall behind by GCSE according to researchers analysing data on high achieving children.

6/3/2015 1:21:58 AM

33 - Warnings over IS cyber-threats

A growing band of hacktivists is helping Islamic State spread its message by attacking media organisations and websites, a security company suggests.

6/3/2015 6:53:40 AM

34 - Body cameras plan for Met officers

Plans to equip all Met Police officers with cameras on their uniforms are announced by the Mayor of London.

6/3/2015 11:44:03 AM

35 - Chimps 'have capability to cook food'

New research suggests chimps have most of the mental capabilities needed to cook food.

6/3/2015 1:11:29 AM

36 - Virgin-born sawfish found in Florida

Seven sawfish in a Florida estuary become the first virgin-born vertebrates ever found in the wild, in a sexually reproducing species.

6/1/2015 11:56:24 PM

37 - Iglesias injury 'worse than expected'

Enrique Iglesias, who sliced his fingers on a drone, will need extra time to recuperate after it is discovered his injuries are worse than expected.

6/3/2015 8:16:55 AM

38 - Sony 'could lose James Bond rights'

Sony Pictures could lose the rights to distribute further James Bond films when its deal with producers MGM expires this year.

6/3/2015 8:17:01 AM

39 - Why is God not female?

The idea of no longer addressing God in exclusively male terms is something that goes back to the early Church.

6/2/2015 9:28:29 AM

40 - Drips, leaks and blocked drains in chic Paris

Paris is a beautiful city but much of its housing stock is in poor condition, notes Hugh Schofield, himself the victim of a series of plumbing disasters.

6/2/2015 12:00:20 AM

41 - Lost dog 'may have boarded train'

A search is under way for a dog that slipped the lead of its blind owner and possibly boarded a train.

6/3/2015 10:37:35 AM

42 - Funeral for savings robbery victim

A woman who died after thieves stole £7,000 she raised for her funeral after learning she was terminally ill is to be laid to rest later.

6/3/2015 12:02:55 PM

43 - Laid-up nuclear submarines cost £16m

Storing and maintaining Britain's 19 laid-up nuclear submarines cost taxpayers more than £16m over the last five years, it emerges.

6/3/2015 10:49:02 AM

44 - MSPs to debate free childcare policy

Children in Scotland are missing out on their free nursery places, the Scottish Conservative Party will say in a debate at Holyrood.

6/3/2015 10:23:34 AM

45 - IRA membership case collapses

The case against two senior republicans accused of IRA membership has collapsed in Belfast.

6/3/2015 11:24:59 AM

46 - Two young men die after Derry crash

Two young men are killed in a one-vehicle crash outside Londonderry.

6/3/2015 11:41:55 AM

47 - 'Mistaken ID' in caravan park murder

A murdered teenager was beaten with a pole in an alcohol and drug-fuelled rage after being mistaken for someone else by his attacker, a court hears.

6/3/2015 12:15:42 PM

48 - Mental health ward staff reported

Ten members of staff from a mental health ward where treatment was condemned as "institutional abuse" are reported to their professional bodies, as assembly members prepare to discuss the scandal.

6/3/2015 10:57:20 AM

49 - New Nigeria leader in foreign trip

Nigeria's President Buhari is making his first foreign trip since taking office last week, visiting Niger where he is expected to discuss Boko Haram.

6/3/2015 11:02:19 AM

50 - Senegal singer 'had fake millions'

Senegalese singer Thione Seck is charged with money laundering after fake banknotes worth millions of dollars were found in his house.

6/3/2015 12:04:18 PM

51 - Writer Taslima Nasreen flees to US

Award-winning Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen has fled from India to the US after she was named as an al-Qaeda target, a rights group says.

6/3/2015 11:54:05 AM

52 - Australia’s growth beats forecasts

Australia's economy grew at a better-than-expected 0.9% in the first quarter of 2015, compared to the previous quarter, boosted by mining together with financial and insurance services.

6/3/2015 4:08:33 AM

53 - German singing star admits card scam

Severino Seeger, the newly-crowned winner of a German television singing contest, is spared jail after admitting to defrauding pensioners.

6/3/2015 8:13:43 AM

54 - Russia says old missile downed MH17

A Russian defence firm says an old Buk missile that it used to manufacture brought down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine.

6/2/2015 2:41:17 PM

55 - US labels Shining Path 'drug gang'

Peru's Shining Path Maoist rebel group is designated a "significant foreign narcotics trafficker" by the US Treasury.

6/2/2015 11:55:55 AM

56 - Galan murder trial opens in Colombia

The ex-head of Colombia's spy agency Gen Miguel Maza Marquez goes on trial for his alleged role in the 1989 murder of a presidential candidate.

6/1/2015 1:26:39 PM

57 - US: 10,000 IS militants killed

More than 10,000 Islamic State fighters have been killed since a US-led coalition launched a campaign against it nine months ago, the US says.

6/3/2015 11:20:05 AM

58 - J-Lo gig angers Moroccan MPs

A concert by the pop star Jennifer Lopez in Morocco leads to calls for the country's communication minister to resign.

6/2/2015 6:20:31 PM

59 - US Senate curtails data collection

The US Senate approves the Freedom Act so spy agencies can resume data collection, but with major restrictions.

6/3/2015 2:49:24 AM

60 - Boston police kill terror suspect

Officials say the man attacked officers with a large knife after being approached by a Boston police officer and an FBI agent.

6/2/2015 9:02:57 PM

61 - In pictures: Senegal's Mouride Islamic sect

Charms, songs and spirit of Senegal's Muslim brotherhood

6/2/2015 12:54:02 AM

62 - In pictures: Ordnance Survey photo competition

Stunning images of the British Isles from the Ordnance Survey Photofit competition

6/2/2015 1:35:38 AM

63 - In pictures: Exotic animal rescue

Reptiles rescued by the RSPCA centre in Brighton

6/1/2015 12:39:39 PM

64 - Drones take whale survey to the sky

Drones to monitor gray whales of the coast of California

5/30/2015 12:13:12 AM

65 - Pilgrimage to the mountains

Photographer Timothy Allen climbs high into the Peruvian Andes for Qoyllur Rit'i - the Snow Star Festival.

5/29/2015 1:53:53 AM

66 - In pictures: Edinburgh Fringe poster contest

Who won? The official poster for the 2015 festival

5/27/2015 12:06:41 PM

67 - Eurovision Song Contest: In pictures

Party time at the 60th song contest in Vienna

5/24/2015 2:06:11 AM

68 - In pictures: Inside an Indian high court

Rare access - an Indian high court at work

5/27/2015 2:22:22 AM

69 - VIDEO: Treasury Committee

The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.

3/25/2015 12:45:58 PM

70 - VIDEO: S African FA briefing on World Cup

The South African Football Association holds a news conference to discuss claims about alleged payments for the 2010 World Cup.

6/3/2015 10:47:50 AM

71 - VIDEO: Eyewitnesses recall shock of crash

Eyewitnesses told the BBC what they had seen after four people were seriously hurt in a rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers.

6/2/2015 8:24:55 PM

72 - VIDEO: Alton Towers boss 'devastated'

The chief executive of the company that runs Alton Towers says he is devastated by an accident that left four people with serious injuries.

6/3/2015 11:24:48 AM

73 - VIDEO: Morgan defends Academies plan

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says turning failing schools into Academies will give those running the schools greater freedom.

6/3/2015 9:47:28 AM

74 - VIDEO: Forensic teams gather at Yangtze site

John Sudworth watches as the Chinese authorities prepare to recover bodies from a capsized boat on the Yangtze River.

6/3/2015 7:11:31 AM

75 - VIDEO: Would you wear your phone's charger?

Cindy Sui visits the Computex technology show in Taiwan and sees some of the latest gadgets, including a wearable charger.

6/3/2015 9:32:02 AM

76 - VIDEO: Night footage of Galapagos eruption

Dramatic footage has emerged of Ecuador's Wolf volcano spewing lava into the ocean.

6/2/2015 8:33:53 PM

77 - VIDEO: Slaves who died in shipwreck remembered

A ceremony has taken place in South Africa to remember the slaves who died when a ship transporting them from Mozambique to Brazil sank close to Cape Town.

6/3/2015 2:53:46 AM

78 - The place where it's hard to avoid drink

The place where it's hard to avoid alcohol

6/3/2015 11:18:11 AM

79 - How life in a caravan set us free

The teachers who gave up work to get more time

6/3/2015 12:27:03 AM

80 - VIDEO: The artist who sold people's Instagram photos ... without asking

Other people's social media photos taken without permission and sold

6/3/2015 12:27:11 AM

81 - Voice winner was barred from party

The Voice winner denied entry to his own party

6/3/2015 5:29:30 AM

82 - Occupation children shunned in post-war Germany and Austria

The babies Allied forces left behind in Germany and Austria

6/3/2015 12:26:32 AM

83 - The day my daughter was shot in front of me

The day my daughter was shot in front of me

6/2/2015 11:52:15 PM

84 - VIDEO: Calligraphy meets graffiti

Street art meets Arabic calligraphy on a towering scale

6/3/2015 12:35:59 AM

85 - Saudi con artists use photos of sick American girl to solicit donations

How Saudi con artists used photos of sick American girl

6/3/2015 12:27:42 AM

86 - Capturing the 1960s and 70s on film

Peaceful protests and grieving riots through an amateur's lens

6/3/2015 12:27:52 AM