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#Ebola outbreak could eventually exceed 20,000 cases, more than 6 times as many as now, @WHO says
Ukraine calls emergency meeting of its security council over "Russian invasion" - join our live coverage
Douglas Carswell says he will resign as MP & stand for UKIP in the resulting by-election
Tory MP Douglas Carswell is to join the UK Independence Party
Ukrainian president cancels foreign visit, citing "Russian troop deployment" in Ukraine
Ukrainian port of Novoazovsk has fallen to pro-Russia fighters, Ukrainian security officials say
#Ebola death toll in West Africa passes 1,500 - outbreak continues to accelerate, @WHO says
Nigeria confirms first Ebola death outside Lagos – a doctor in oil hub Port Harcourt
Deputy PM Nick Clegg calls on Shaun Wright to quit as South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner over abuse report
Net migration to Britain totalled 243,000 in year to March, up from 175,000 in the previous year
.@OSCE to hold special meeting on situation in #Ukraine at 09:00 GMT
#Ukraine's PM calls for urgent UN Security Council meeting in response to "growing military threat from Russia"
Pro-Russian rebel leader admits thousands of Russian citizens are fighting in eastern Ukraine
France calls for "exceptional support" for Libya, warning of chaos without international action
Shaun Wright resigns from the Labour Party but says he will remain as South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner
Labour to suspend S.Yorkshire police commissioner Shaun Wright if he has not quit by Thursday over child abuse report
Israel PM Netanyahu says #Gaza ceasefire was a victory: "Hamas was hit hard and obtained none of its demands"
Home Secretary Theresa May says Shaun Wright should "heed calls" to stand down over Rotherham abuse report
Labour spokesman tells BBC that South Yorkshire police commissioner should quit over Rotherham abuse report
South Yorkshire police commissioner says he is right man for role, after calls to quit over Rotherham abuse report
Executions in public spaces have become "common spectacle" in IS controlled areas of Syria - UN investigators
"Reasonable grounds" to believe Syrian government used chemical weapons on 8 occasions in April - UN investigators
IMF head Christine Lagarde says she is under investigation for negligence in French fraud case but not charged
UKIP leader Nigel Farage selected by local party as candidate to stand in South Thanet in 2015 general election
Kate Bush takes to London's Hammersmith Apollo stage for her first live show in 35 years, opening with the song Lily