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The fighter jets were scrambled after an apparent mix-up between air traffic control and the pilots.
A charity says it uncovered "extreme suffering" at three chicken farms in Lincolnshire.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will cost £778m, slightly above initial estimates, the government announces.
After accusations of hiding away, the frontrunner embarks on a glut of interviews and appearances.
Former captain Brian Lara is in hospital in Mumbai after suffering chest pain, say Cricket West Indies.
Darren Pencille stabbed Lee Pomeroy 18 times after a "heated argument" on a train, a court hears.
A couple from Edinburgh describe what it's like to use a male contraceptive gel.
England's James Vince is bowled on the second ball of the innings by Australia's Jason Behrendorff in their World Cup match at Lord's.
Milwaukee Bucks' forward Giannis Antetokounmpo breaks down after being picked as the 2018-19 NBA regular season Most Valuable Player.
World number two Rafael Nadal says "it doesn't seem right" that Wimbledon's formula means he could be seeded behind world number three Roger Federer.
Volunteer firefighters were called in to rescue the ginger feline.
Police investigating the leak of an A-level maths paper have arrested two people, the exam board says.
Cricket World Cup: Australia's Marcus Stoinis run out against England after a mix-up with Steve Smith
Australia's Marcus Stoinis is run out after a mix-up with teammate Steve Smith, leaving both batsmen at the same end in their World Cup match against England.
The gamer, who went missing last week, had uploaded a video describing suicidal thoughts.
MPs accuse the makers of ITV's axed Jeremy Kyle Show of being "irresponsible".
Chelsea are given permission to speak to Derby County boss Frank Lampard about vacant manager's job.
In an Instagram video Lexi Rabe delivers a message to fans about approaching her in public.
A UN expert warns of a future where "the wealthy pay to escape" while the rest suffer.
David Warner hits a thick edge straight into the hands of England's Joe Root for the first wicket in their match against Australia at Lord's in the Cricket World Cup.
David Duckenfield denies the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 fans in the 1989 stadium disaster.