All the minor injuries units in one of the country's most deprived areas - the Fenlands - could be closed, says a report.
A lorry driver opened a text message seconds before he is accused of causing a crash in which an off duty police officer died, a court hears.
An hour's "brisk exercise" each day offsets the risks of early death linked to a desk-bound working life, scientists suggest.
The founder of ARM Holdings tells the BBC he believes its sale to Japan's Softbank is a 'sad day for technology in Britain'.
Former England captain Charlotte Edwards says the Super League has kept her focused since international retirement.
Cambridge sign 21-year-old defender Sean Long on a six-month loan from Championship side Reading.
London 2012 gold medallist Jonnie Peacock is named in a 54-strong ParalympicsGB track and field team for the Rio Games.
Peterborough manager Grant McCann backs Brad Inman to recover from a broken leg suffered with "six seconds left of training".
Hillary Clinton tells voters the presidential election is a "moment of reckoning", as she makes history by accepting the Democratic nomination.
Strong earnings from Amazon and a boost to the company's stock make its founder, Jeff Bezos, the world's third richest person, according to Forbes.
A couple from India's Dalit community are hacked to death after a row over a 15 rupees (22 cents; 17 pence) debt in Uttar Pradesh state.
Pope Francis offers a private prayer at the Nazi-era death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland.
Civilians allowed to flee besieged areas of the Syrian city of Aleppo using new humanitarian corridors must be given protection, the Red Cross says.
The presenter of an Australian breakfast show apologises to the LGBT community for making a series of jokes about cross dressers.
The government of Australia's Northern Territory is counter-suing two boys who were subdued with tear gas at a detention centre, reports say.
Authorities in El Salvador raid one the country's most powerful street gangs, making 120 arrests and seizing financial assets.
Teenage social media celebrity Hayes Grier is recovering in hospital after a car crash, a spokeswoman for the US star says.
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull refuses to endorse his former rival Kevin Rudd's bid to become the next UN secretary-general.
Germany and Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger retires from international football.
Scientists are calling for a "thoughtful debate" about the wisdom of global attempts to limit temperature rises under 1.5C.
Pope Francis is at the former Auschwitz death camp on the third day of his visit to Poland.
An aggressive stork called Ronny attacks cars in a German village north of Berlin.
Mark Lowen reports from Turkey, two weeks after a failed coup by rebel soldiers.
Russia says it is working to open 'exit corridors' to allow civilians and rebel fighters to leave the besieged city of Aleppo. The BBC has been in contact with one family living under siege.
People in the US have filmed a Chinese rocket body streaking across the sky over Utah and California.
Musicians will take to the stage of London's Royal Albert Hall on Friday to honour the life and work of David Bowie, who died six months ago from cancer.
One of the largest ever dinosaur footprints has been found in Bolivia, of the Abelisaurus dinosaur
Wildlife officials in India rescue three baby rhinos from the Kaziranga national park in flood ravaged Assam state.
The US Navy is set to name a ship after gay rights activist and politician Harvey Milk, the US Naval Institute News reports.
No more lunchtime tipples for government employees in Anhui province.
A woman complains that the copy of the artist's David harms children's minds.
Developers say it will allow people to stay in constant contact with the Russian Orthodox Church.
To escape Syria, Yusra Mardini swam part of the way to Europe. Now she is preparing for the Rio Olympics.
As Angela Merkel defends Germany's policy on refugees, Chris Bowlby is given unique access to a new fast-track migrant processing centre in Bonn.
Mark Lowen goes on the trail of the Gulen movement, blamed by the Turkish government for the failed coup earlier this month.
Syrian refugee Yusra Mardini was swimming for her life in the sea towards Europe a year ago - now she is about to swim at Rio 2016.
Popular fantasy figures are finding new roles as symbols of Syria's war, as activists use childhood nostalgia to express their sense of loss, writes the BBC's Carine Torbey.
It's one thing to talk to people you've never met before who are suffering from hunger, and it's a completely different thing when they are from your own family, reports Vladimir Hernandez.
Growing evidence suggests so-called Islamic State used a new type of explosive device when they killed almost 300 people in Baghdad earlier this month.
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt writes about the history of Kolkata's (Calcutta) famous egg rolls.
The story of a woman who cut her breasts to protest against a discriminatory "breast tax" in British ruled India is being revived by an artist in the south Indian state of Kerala.
The UK's first maternity service for victims of rape and sexual abuse, which opens today at the Royal London Hospital.
It's a rare albino squirrel, living in a garden in Sussex.
Malcolm Grimston gives his analysis of the long term case for Hinkley Point
Artist George Butler documents the lives of those displaced by conflict across the world.
Christine Riding defends the public purchase of the Armada portrait
The BBC's Simon Jack explains why we need a new nuclear power station.
Dozens of workers at burger chain Byron have been arrested in raids by immigration officials, dividing social media users.
Pokemon Go player Sam Clark, 33, tells the BBC he is the first to catch all the characters available in the UK.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the UK wanted to remain "as close as possible to our allies, most particularly France" in a joint press conference in Paris with his counterpart Jean-Marc Ayrault.
Historic fairground attraction the Moon Rocket, described as the original 'white knuckle ride', is in danger of being lost according to campaigners.
London 2012 Olympic medallist Max Whitlock was just a teenager when he unexpectedly won team and individual bronze.
Where is Peter Rabbit? is a new play which uses puppets to tell Beatrix Potter's tales.
John Humphrys takes the rail firms to task on whether they are offering the lowest fares
Exercise can counter the dangers of an office job - if you're short of time, here are some moves you can do at your desk.
The owner of a four feet Great Dane talks about how her pooch is in the running to be classed as the tallest dog in the world.
Tom Crosby almost died as a teenager after falling when he was playing on a train.
A desperate mum has had to resort to using handcuffs to restrain her mentally ill son, due to the lack of support from mental health services.
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