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Danish police arrest a third man suspected of aiding a gunman who killed two people in attacks in Copenhagen earlier this month.
Reducing the number of teams taking part in the next Cricket World Cup in 2019 is "a nonsense", says Jonathan Agnew.
A debate between family and friends in Scotland about the colour of a dress for a wedding becomes an internet sensation.
Attackers hack to death a US-Bangladeshi blogger who campaigned for a secular society, sparking a protest by hundreds of students.
A man who was found guilty of raping a young boy at a nursery and of sexually abusing a girl is jailed for eight years.
Police have won the right to listen to Boston College interviews by loyalist Winston 'Winkie' Rea but tapes remain secret in case of another appeal.
TalkTalk customers are being warned about scammers who managed to steal account numbers and names from the company's computers.
Harrison Ford will reprise his role as police officer Rick Deckard in the forthcoming Blade Runner sequel, it is confirmed.
Ugandan police harass and physically abuse gay people in custody, including subjecting them to intrusive examinations, a rights report says.
Nigel Farage says UKIP will back Conservative efforts to eliminate the deficit by 2018 but only if they stick to their plans.
What colour is this dress? It's a question that's been trending on Twitter for hours. How?
Mark Lowen speaks to business owners in Athens about the government's anti-austerity stance.
Jack Nowell and Alex Goode are named in England's starting XV to face Ireland in the Six Nations on Sunday.
The International Cycling Union requests that Astana, the team of Vincenzo Nibali, has its World Tour licence withdrawn.
The first minister tells business leaders in west Belfast that corporation tax could fall to 12.5% in April 2017.
Scientists at Plymouth University play improvised pieces of music with the help of slime mould.
Devon and Cornwall Police withdraws a tweeted image which appears to show a riot officer hitting a person on the ground.
Ukraine's president says a "military threat from the east" will remain even if a truce with rebels holds, a warning seen as a reference to Russia.
BBC football analyst Pat Nevin looks at how Harry Kane has achieved success this season, and asks if the Tottenham striker will be a one-season wonder.
Iraqi minority groups are subject to a "systematic strategy" by IS to drive them out of the country, human rights groups warn.