A second body is found at the scene of an explosion at a Nottinghamshire house.
At least 14 people are killed by car bombs in the Iraqi cities of Baghdad and Basra, police and medical officials say.
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Conservative Party divisions over legalising same-sex marriage in England and Wales are set to be exposed again when the plans return to the Commons later.
Fighting rages in Syria's town of Qusair after government troops launched a major operation to seize the strategic rebel stronghold.
China says it has called on North Korea to secure the release of a fishing boat and its crew seized on 5 May, as captors reportedly demand a ransom.
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A senior doctor treating Alberto Fujimori says the jailed former president of Peru has severe and worsening health problems.
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The body of a man is recovered from the remains of a house in Nottinghamshire after it was destroyed in an explosion that injured four others.
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