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A magnitude 6.7 earthquake has struck south of the Turkish city of Bodrum, rattling the country's coast and nearby Greek islands. There were no immediate reports of damage or deaths.
Sugary drinks and high protein meals make a highly unhealthy combination, new research suggests.
Britain is ready to maintain free movement for EU citizens during a transition period lasting a number of years after the official moment of Brexit, reports have suggested.
Tolls on the Severn crossings linking England with Wales are to be abolished for all vehicles at the end of 2018, it has been announced.
Rarely seen personal effects of Diana, Princess of Wales, are to go on public display this summer.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will be "honoured" to join thousands of descendants of soldiers who fought at Passchendaele to commemorate the centenary of the First World War battle in Belgium on July 31.
A suspected people trafficker thought to have headed an organised crime group smuggling around 100 Syrian migrants a day into western Europe has been extradited to Greece after a long legal battle.
The causes of severe anti-social behaviour may differ between teenage boys and girls, a new study suggests.
Doorstep luggage collection services and town centre check-in desks are being considered under plans to make it easier for passengers flying from British airports.
Figures which show an increase in the proportion of apprentices not paid the full minimum wage they are due are "shocking", campaigners say.
Scottish veterans returning to civilian life are in line to share part of a £4.5 million National Lottery grant.
Forensic experts have opened Salvador Dali's coffin to obtain DNA samples that could help settle a paternity lawsuit, a court spokeswoman said.
US stock indexes essentially hit the snooze bar on Thursday as investors were relieved the European Central Bank did not announce any changes to its stimulus policies.
A nationwide strike against plans to rewrite the constitution shut down much of Venezuelan's capital before erupting into sporadic violence when protesters clashed with riot police and burned a post office near the headquarters of the main state-run broadcaster.
A bag containing traces of moon dust has sold at auction for 1.8 million US dollars (£1.38 million).
The ban on laptops in the cabins of planes flying from the Middle East to the US is over, with federal officials saying that large airports in the region have taken other steps to increase security.
A man has been arrested and is being held in police custody in connection with an alleged serious assault in Glasgow.
Two men have been arrested and are being held in police custody in connection with the death of Euan Johnston.
Research into a £2.6 billion offshore windfarm in Moray estimates it will bring £530 million to the Scottish economy.
Firefighters were called to cut one person free from the wreckage of a collision involving a campervan and a lorry in the Highlands.
The Treasury Department has fined Exxon Mobil two million US dollars (£1.5 million) for showing "reckless disregard" for US sanctions on Russia while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil company's chief executive.
US Justice Department officials have announced the shut down of an internet marketplace for drugs, counterfeit goods, weapons, hacking tools and other illicit items.
A man has been charged with breaking into a city restaurant and stealing a till draw containing cash.
Chris Froome took a major step towards his fourth Tour de France title despite his lead being cut on the Col d'Izoard.
Monaco are threatening to report "important" European clubs to FIFA for making contact with star striker Kylian Mbappe without the club's consent.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved the nomination of President Donald Trump's pick to head the FBI.
Polish politicians have voted to approve a contentious law that gives control of the nation's Supreme Court to the president instead of to judges, sparking new protests outside parliament in Warsaw.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley said she was left "surprised" by differences in pay for the BBC's male and female stars.
The son of a woman who was killed in a rally car accident has told an inquiry they were moving to a safer spot when the crash happened.
More than half of Scots think it would be their own fault if an intimate photo of themselves is shared more widely after they have sent it on to someone else.
Supporters are being asked for their views on the governance of Scottish football to form an independent analysis of how the game is run.
A man who died following a road crash near Girvan has been named by police.