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Police in Bangladesh arrest a radical Islamist for alleged involvement in the murder of atheist writer Avijit Roy.
Former prime minister and Scottish MP Gordon Brown believes under threat North Sea oil fields could be part owned by the UK government.
Outgoing Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba wins the world's most valuable individual award, the Mo Ibrahim prize for African leadership.
Police release CCTV images of a man they want to trace in relation to a series of sex attacks on Glasgow buses.
Will Smith's crime caper Focus debuts at number one on the North American box office chart, knocking Fifty Shades of Grey off the top spot.
Staff are hoping two Sumatran orangutans will find new mothers at Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset.
Islamic State militant Mohammed Emwazi was never suspected of being radicalised during his school days, his former head teacher says.
Samsung's good looking new smartphone should restore some of its lost confidence.
The theft of a Commonwealth Games gold medal belonging to athlete Kelly Sotherton is set to feature on BBC's Crimewatch.
A young child was left behind in woodland by nursery school staff at the end of a walk, the BBC understands.
A yellow 'be aware' weather warning is issued for parts of Wales with the risk of snow over higher ground across Wales.
Two thousand homes in Cullybackey, County Antrim, are without power, according to Northern Ireland Electricity.
A BBC "reduced in impact and reach" will leave Britain "diminished", the corporation's director general Tony Hall will warn in a speech.
Where have all the GPs gone?
UK house prices dropped in February for the first time in five months, according to Nationwide.
The ECB says "nothing has changed" with its stance on Kevin Pietersen returning to the England side in future.
Jeremy Guscott on Ireland's tactics, Wales' title hopes and England's indiscipline, plus his try, player and team of the week.
Sony and Microsoft reveal mid-range smartphones with features previously reserved for their top handsets at Mobile World Congress.
The BBC's Roger Harrabin has been to the site of one of six tidal lagoons planned in the UK to see how it would work.