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More prisoner exchanges are expected between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels in the east - a day after the two sides swapped hundreds of captives.
A new round of prisoner exchanges between Ukraine and pro-Russian eastern rebels is anticipated, a day after the two sides swapped hundreds of captives.
A Mexican priest who was kidnapped earlier this week is found shot dead in the south-western state of Guerrero.
Dozens of coach passengers and drivers are left stranded in Yorkshire after snowfall sweeps parts of the UK.
Whooping cough may be evolving to outsmart the currently used vaccine, say researchers.
President Evo Morales has given the indigenous people of Bolivia a new sense of pride - but more needs to be done, says Katy Watson.
A decade of audience-generated content - and how we changed
How fish 'in a fur coat' is enough to make Russia's New Year happy
With no linking thread to Saturday's headlines, stories about icy conditions, speed cameras and hackers taking over car systems, will give motorists post Yuletide nightmares.
In defence of young adult fiction
Deportation story - one man's journey from London to Zimbabwe
The most stunning space photos of 2014
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One man's vision of the future in 1930
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says striker Olivier Giroud has apologised for his red card in the 2-1 win over QPR.
West Brom manager Alan Irvine says he cannot be confident about his job after the 3-1 home defeat by Manchester City.
Who could play until he is 70 - and which player needs to be offered a long-term contract by his club?
A man and a woman are arrested by police investigating a burglary in which an elderly couple were attacked, leaving them with serious injuries.
Hundreds of people have gathered in New York for the wake of one of two police officers shot by a man who then killed himself.
A fight erupts in the Georgian parliament between ruling and opposition lawmakers.