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A 10 year old boy from Bradford has been shot dead

Humza Nisar, a 10-year-old boy from Bradford, has been shot dead while on holiday with his family in Pakistan

Nasa delays Europe's Columbus module launch

Nasa has delayed the launch of Europe's Columbus module to the International Space Station

Second Indian victim identified after a massacre at Virginia Tech university

The student was named as Minal Panchal from Mumbai who was in her first year of a masters degree at Virginia Tech university.

Four brothers have been hanged in murder case

Eight years ago in the eastern Pakistani province of Punjab, four brothers murdered 13 relatives in a land dispute.

The work to build General Motors' new Astra model is to be shared by four countries

It is shared by plants in Poland, Germany, Sweden and the UK.

Slight fall in UK property prices

According to the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) - UK house prices fell 0.1% between January and February,

Six people have been arrested after a 16-year-old girl died

Six people have been arrested after a 16-year-old girl died from heart failure following a party on Tyneside

Coroner attacks 'inexcusable' US

He said it was "inexcusable" because the US officials had failed to release evidence about the first UK casualties of the Iraq war

Parents of BBC Gaza reporter Alan Johnston desperately worried of their son

They are desperately worried after Palestinian militants claimed to have killed their son.

Chancellor Gordon Brown and George W Bush met for the first time

American officials have confirmed the meeting of Brown and Bush for the first time.

Japanese vote in local elections

Voters in Japan are turning out for local elections seen as an indicator of public support for the main parties ahead of Upper House polls in July

Ex-India coach Chappell 'unwell

Greg Chappell, has undergone a series of medical check ups at a Mumbai Hospital.

Striped rabbit spotted in Sumatra

Striped rabbit is the one of the rare species of rabbit in the world. This is spotted for the third time in the last 35 years.

NATO takes control of Afghanistan town

One of the district center in southern Afghanistan was taken control by NATO on Saturday after the clashes between NATO and Afghan troops with Taliban.

Porky's director dies in crash

1980s film Porky's writer and director Mr. Bob Clark has been killed in a car accident.

Italian filmmaker Comencini dies

Luigi Comencini,90, was a film maker who was one of Italy's greatest post-war directors, has died.

Spider-Man 3 set for New York premiere

Spider-Man is to return to US cinema screens at the end of April with the premiere of the third movie at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York

Warning over surgery kit cleaning

A plan to move the sterilisation of surgical equipment out of hospitals is "a recipe for chaos", a group of surgeons has said

Climate change fruitful for fungi

A remarkable father-and-son research project has revealed how rising temperatures are affecting fungi in southern England

Nintendo increases sales target

The management of Japanese games firm Nintendo has has raised its sales and profit forecasts
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