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The former head of the US central bank, Alan Greenspan, tells the BBC that Greece will have to leave the eurozone.
The family of a woman who was robbed while she lay dying in the road after having been hit by a lorry say they are "absolutely disgusted".
West Ham terminate the contract of England Under-21 midfielder Ravel Morrison with immediate effect.
Two children manage to ring for help and get paramedics out to save their mother when she falls into a diabetic coma.
Emergency plans to cope with a terror attack in the UK are being altered in the wake of the Paris shootings, the Met's chief anti-terror officer says.
An early edition of Magna Carta is found in archives in Kent, months ahead of the document's 800th anniversary.
Ireland batsman Ed Joyce criticises the ICC for reducing the number of teams involved in future World Cups.
Two men are arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a serious assault on a man in west Belfast last week.
Friend and mentor Martin Pipe pays tribute to 19-time champion jockey AP McCoy, who has announced he is to retire.
Leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France are planning to meet in Minsk to discuss a peace plan for Ukraine, Germany says.
Former Tottenham and QPR boss Harry Redknapp says he may be interested in joining a consortium to take over a club.
Japan seizes the passport of a journalist to prevent him from travelling to Syria, after two Japanese hostages were killed by militants there last month.
Chancellor George Osborne says a pensioner bond scheme will be extended by three months due to its "enormous popularity".
The father of a schoolboy who died following concussion from a rugby match says Welsh player George North should have been removed from a Six Nations game for safety reasons.
Nigeria's opposition says the decision to postpone the 14 February presidential poll by six weeks over security concerns is a "setback for democracy".
A man is taken to hospital after being cut free from his car following a crash in Edinburgh.
Solicitor General Robert Buckland QC denies attempting to avoid tax after being named as an investor in a film partnership scheme reportedly being investigated by officials.
The number of dogs seized by police in the East Midlands rises dramatically over four years, new figures show.
An 18-year-old man is in a serious condition after he was stabbed in a mass brawl involving 30 people in east London.
Northern Ireland's boardrooms should have more women and have greater diversity, according to the chairman of Invest NI.