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War victim benefits from advanced surgery in Israel
The Duchess of Cambridge has recorded a video message in support of Children's Mental Health Week.
The man who tried to rob a bank to save his lover's life
Japanese shares hit their highest level in nearly eight years after data showed the world's third largest economy had come out of recession.
PM Tony Abbott says "legal options" are open in the case of two Australians on death row in Indonesia, as corruption allegations emerge.
Louis Jourdan, the French film star known for roles in Gigi and Octopussy, has died at his home in Los Angeles aged 93.
The UN Security Council unanimously adopts a resolution demanding Shia Houthi rebels give up their control of Yemen's government.
In a mixed day for newspaper lead stories, many papers feature the fears of Europe's Jewish communities in the wake of the lethal attacks in Copenhagen.
Scottish soldiers take part in battlefield training in Kenya
A new collection of poetry by author Iain Banks is to be published on what would have been his 61st birthday.
A group of nurses collects thousands of signatures on a petition calling for more parking at a new hospital.
Watch the best goals, funniest moments and star performances from the FA Cup fifth round in under 10 minutes with our FA Cup Catch-Up.
Scottish attractions are given Chinese names in a campaign helping promote "Strong-man skirt parties" and "Baa baa pudding".
The Confederation of British Industries (CBI) business lobby group has upgraded its forecast for the UK's economic growth this year.
Japan came out of a recession in the fourth quarter of last year, but the world's third largest economy grew at a slower than expected pace.
The Scottish jobs market showed signs of "cooling" last month, according to a report by Bank of Scotland.
A row has broken out between Scotland's largest teaching union and the council body Cosla over teacher numbers.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal confirms he wants to buy a midfield player in the summer transfer window.
Imagine a world in which cars own themselves and have 'kids'