Fighting across Eastern Ukraine is showing no signs of letting up as the deadline for a planned ceasefire approaches.
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A consignment of former British military Saxon armoured vehicles has been delivered to Ukraine, the Ministry of Defence has confirms.
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A Swansea firm owned by Nev Wilshire of BBC Three's The Call Centre, is fined £500,000 after a pensioner died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Space agency Nasa has released a time-lapse video showing the Sun over period of nearly five years - capturing one frame every eight hours.
Freddie Burns kicks 18 points against his former club as Leicester Tigers end Gloucester's unbeaten start to 2015.
Hibernian find the means to defeat Rangers and climb above them into second place in the Championship.
An ex-air force general is arrested and more than 10 others implicated in a plot to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, officials say.
A sports and leisure centre in Castlereagh closes after asbestos is found in the building.
The entire consultant team running Accident and Emergency services at the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch has resigned.
A man is detained indefinitely after admitting stabbing a bus passenger more than 200 times on a south London street and attacking a teenager.
UKIP donor Arron Banks threatens to sue Armando Iannucci over remarks the satirist made on the BBC's Question Time.
US President Barack Obama denounces the killing of three Muslim students in North Carolina as "brutal and outrageous".
A Kent woman who bit off part of another woman's nose at Butlins in West Sussex during a children's pantomime is jailed.
A mother killed herself and young son while gripped with "paranoia" her ex-boyfriend was "hunting" her down, an inquest hears.
An audit in Sierra Leone reveals that a third of internal donations are not properly accounted for, raising questions over the management of the funds.
Violent attacks by Boko Haram have caused many to flee their homes, creating a humanitarian crisis within Nigeria and neighbouring countries.
An Argentine prosecutor asks a judge to investigate the country's president over allegations she helped cover up Iran's links to a 1994 bombing.
Lengthy talks in Minsk have helped press the pause button on the worst East-West crisis since the end of the Cold War, the BBC's Lyse Doucet reports.