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James Bond stars Daniel Craig and Sir Roger Moore will appear in a sketch together for this year's Comic Relief appeal that will aim to top last year's £100m raised.
Gamers are being targeted with a computer virus that stops them playing their favourite titles unless they pay a ransom.
England's World Cup campaign ends with a nine-wicket win over Afghanistan in a rain-hit game at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
With 55 days until the general election, the polls are still showing no sign of either the Conservatives or Labour establishing a clear lead.
Former international Bruce Grobbelaar believes Zimbabwe players will leave the country as a result of their expulsion from the World Cup.
Ofsted has asked Wiltshire County Council to investigate claims that a primary school head made pupils lie on the floor while she phoned God.
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Police arrest eight people alleged to belong to a jihadist cell in a series of dawn raids across north-east and central Spain.
Sauber's team principal could face prison as a bitter driver row continues to overshadow the season-opening race in Australia.
A new book about Steve Jobs reveals that his successor Tim Cook offered the dying Apple chief executive a portion of his liver.
One of the largest care providers in the UK has not been paying its staff the minimum wage, says an internal company document.
An Indian bride walks out of her wedding after her bridegroom-to-be fails to solve a simple maths problem, police say.
A vehicle fire is causing severe disruption on the westbound carriageway of the M4 in Monmouthshire.
The Queen and many veterans will attend a service at St Paul's Cathedral later to commemorate the end of British involvement in the war in Afghanistan.
Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson initiated the BBC investigation which prompted his suspension, after he informed BBC bosses of the alleged 'fracas'.
An Indian activist is under investigation after he showed a banned BBC film on the 2012 Delhi gang rape in the slum where three of the rapists lived.
A US fighter jet crashed due to a combination of a faulty nose cap assembly and the plane's angle of attack, a report says.
Unicef's Alice Clements describes the effect of Cyclone Pam on the city of Port Vila on Vanuatu.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ruled out for up to four weeks with a hamstring strain sustained against Manchester United.