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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras is to visit Moscow on 8 April, a month earlier than planned as the indebted eurozone state seeks to avoid bankruptcy.
A service of thanksgiving is being held to celebrate the life of Oscar-winning film director Richard Attenborough.
A row about the proposed "special status" of rebel-held areas in eastern Ukraine threatens the country's fragile ceasefire deal.
Aerial footage taken on the island of Efate shows the extent of damage to the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu after it was hit by a cyclone on Friday.
Using brain scans, neuroscientists describe how recalling a particular memory can cause us to forget a related one.
Nintendo is collaborating with Japanese developer DeNA to create new games for smartphones, the firm has announced.
After quitting football because of depression aged 17, Fran Kirby is back and ready to help fire England to World Cup glory.
Life After Suicide, a new BBC One Documentary, explores why people choose to take their own lives.
A 24-year-old man must serve a minimum of 20 years for murder after a "brutal" attack on an 85-year-old woman in her Edinburgh home.
The uncle of a boy killed by a minibus collision at school is given a community order for fraud after making a fake charity collection in his nephew's name.
England's biggest NHS hospital trust, Barts Health NHS Trust, has been put into special measures after report by regulator.
Petrochemical company Ineos, which runs the Grangemouth plant, starts a community consultation process on fracking.
Fernando Alonso is to drive the McLaren simulator this week as part of a plan for his return to action.
Mike Phillips is out of the squad as Wales make two enforced front row changes for the potential title decider against Italy.
Conservative plans would reportedly allow parents to leave homes up to £1m to their children without paying inheritance tax.
Three judges are sacked for the 'inexcusable misuse' of their official IT accounts by viewing pornographic material, the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office says.
Trinity Mirror - the publisher of the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror - says it is considering a bid for certain Northern & Shell assets.
The decision to reject a request to film scenes for a James Bond movie in the Senedd chamber was taken by the assembly's presiding officer, it is confirmed.
Forensic scientists say they have found the tomb of Spain's much-loved giant of literature, Miguel de Cervantes, nearly 400 years after his death.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has added E-cigarettes and specialist "craft" beers to the basket of goods and services used to measure inflation.