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Eating a diet high in processed food increases the risk of depression, research suggests.
The US lender, CIT Group, files for bankruptcy protection, after a debt-exchange offer to bondholders fails.
Manchester City will not discipline Craig Bellamy after an altercation with a supporter in the 4-3 defeat against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
A builder is arrested after ripping a hole in the roof of a Derbyshire family's home following a payment dispute.
What's behind the biggest emissions drop in 40 years?
A female music teacher is jailed for 15 months for having an unlawful relationship with a girl at a London private school.
Life in the asylum camp facing closure near Calais
Influential space combat game Elite, the forerunner of many modern video game titles, celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Belgrade police report the second attack on a foreigner in four days, as police arrest suspected members of far-right groups.
Rock band Muse enter the UK album chart at number one with The Resistance, displacing wartime singer Dame Vera Lynn.
Great Britain are relegated to Group Two of the Davis Cup after losing 3-2 to Poland in Liverpool.
Artist David Hockney joins calls for a review of the smoking ban. Your views?
A man opens fire on commuters at a Mexico City subway station, after being confronted by police for writing graffiti.
Thames on Tube map: It's gone! It's back again!
A hospital tells 18 women they have breast cancer after a blunder by a radiologist in Lancashire failed to diagnose the disease.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he believes in the integrity of last month's election, despite allegations of fraud.
The Health Secretary reveals the end of GP catchment areas within a year. Would this improve GP services?
A year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, a think-tank warns that little has changed and the bonus culture has returned.
Three men who plotted to blow up transatlantic flights with liquid bombs receive minimum jail terms of between 32 and 40 years.
Most people want governments to take more control over regulation and running of national economies, a BBC poll finds.
Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai accuses the Zanu-PF party of President Mugabe of persecuting his MDC group.
Title bid looks easier after Monza return to form
Singer Elton John says he has "lost his heart" to a 14-month-old Ukrainian orphan and now wants to adopt him.
President Robert Mugabe says Zimbabwe's first high-level talks with the EU in seven years have gone well.
The Director of Public Prosecutions will seek a retrial on conspiracy charges of three men who were cleared of plotting to bomb transatlantic flights.
Russian PM Vladimir Putin gives the clearest indication yet that he might run again for the presidency in 2012.
Police and rioters clash for a second day in the Ugandan capital as a dispute over a tribal king continues.
Death row grandmother's appeal to the UK
Low production and high prices create sugar crisis in India
Hundreds of bus services across Greater Manchester are cancelled as 800 drivers begin a 24-hour strike over pay.
The recession has knocked £815bn off household wealth
The British public has become more sceptical about climate change over the last five years, according to a survey.
Robert Carlyle has told the BBC that director Danny Boyle is 'edging closer' to making Porno, the follow-up to Trainspotting.
Apple's CEO Steve Jobs appears at a product launch, in his first public appearance since being treated for cancer.
Mexican police arrest at least six hijackers who seized a passenger jet flying from Cancun to Mexico City.
Uruguay becomes the first Latin American country to allow same sex couples to adopt children as a controversial bill passes.
A passenger ferry sinks off the Philippines killing at least nine people, but 930 have been rescued, coastguards say.
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal makes a rare visit to Egypt for talks with mediators brokering a deal with Fatah.
The UK economy should rebound next year but the risk of a relapse remains high, the British Chambers of Commerce says.
Kieren Fallon rides his first winner in Britain since July 2006 after returning from a lengthy court case and an 18-month drug ban.
Randy Jackson criticises the "surreptitious" filming of his brother Michael's burial in Los Angeles.
Why the world of fashion is proving popular on screen
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has given its decision on a huge trade dispute over planemaker Airbus.
The International Monetary Fund is giving Zimbabwe $400m but a further $100m will be withheld until debts are paid.
Will bonus-capping really stop bankers being paid lots?
England's Twenty20 international against Australia at Old Trafford is abandoned without a ball bowled, forcing the series to be shared.
Libya begins celebrations to mark 40 years since Colonel Muammar Gaddafi seized power, but Western leaders stay away.
Russia marks the fifth anniversary of the Beslan siege in which more than 330 people died after Chechen rebels seized a school.
A woman taken to hospital with head injuries after being crushed by a lawn roller as she slept in a tent, is recovering at home.
Israeli ex-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is indicted in three cases of corruption, the attorney general's office says.