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Northern Ireland is still not dealing properly with issues relating to its troubled past, according to a new report by Amnesty International.
Police say a body found in a field in Cwmbran is thought to be missing renowned artist Roger Cecil.
Bus tycoon James Easdale resigns from Rangers' board following fan pressure against the current Ibrox regime.
Hong Kong's leadership pledges HK$290m ($37m; £24m) in support to businesses hit by last year's protest, in its annual budget.
Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova talks about getting over defeat and missing family in her BBC Sport column.
A radical overhaul of the national curriculum in Wales, which has set out what pupils learn for 26 years, is proposed.
A new website is being launched in Northern Ireland to help people living with eating disorders.
An accountant jailed for stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds to fund his gambling addiction apologises to his victims from his prison cell.
Police searching for missing Claudia Lawrence are to examine the alleyway behind her home for clues in fresh searches of the area.
The 1,001-day period from conception to the age of two should be regarded as just as important as national defence, a cross-party parliamentary group says.
More than 400 children were tasered by police in England and Wales in 2013, a 38% rise on the previous year, figures obtained by the BBC show.
A large majority of British Muslims oppose the use of violence against people publishing images depicting the Prophet Muhammad, a BBC poll suggests.
Luis Suarez exposes Manchester City, who need to prove they belong at the elite level by winning at the Nou Camp.
US Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen signals that a rise in US interest rates is unlikely in the near future.
Eddie Ray Routh has been found guilty of the murder of US Navy Seal Chris Kyle, who wrote American Sniper, and a second man by a Texas jury.
The family of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim say he is a "political prisoner" and seek a royal pardon over his sodomy conviction.
Eddie Ray Routh is found guilty of murder of American Sniper Chris Kyle by a Texas jury and is sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Jack Straw will 'cop it' if they have broken parliamentary rules in the "cash-for-access" claims, Commons Speaker John Bercow says.
Amnesty International urges the five permanent members of the UN Security Council to give up their power of veto in cases of mass atrocities.