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Russian government supporters are to rally in Moscow to mark the first anniversary of what they view as a "coup" in neighbouring Ukraine.
Nascar suspends star driver Kurt Busch indefinitely after a court ruling that he probably physically abused his ex-girlfriend, accusations he denies.
A large fire breaks out at a warehouse in south-east London.
New US Defence Secretary Ash Carter arrives in Afghanistan, days after taking up the post, saying he wants "lasting success" for the country.
Hidden "heartbreaking" graffiti discovered in a Cambridgeshire church reveals how three sisters from one family died in the same Tudor plague.
NHS foundation trusts are £321m in deficit, as the use of expensive agency staff is having a drastic impact on budgets, says the health regulator Monitor.
Narendra Modi has been forced to promise to protect religious freedom during an address to a gathering of Christians, says Sanjoy Majumber
The buses you choose because of their dance music
The protest spreads after a minibus murder case
Screaming from the only radio studio with a bidet
How it feels to win an Oscar
Hollywood actor Russell Crowe, who is part owner of the South Sydney Rabbitohs, tells the story of his side's rise.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn's trial was a bizarre affair that ended in a call for his acquittal. But the entire case has never been straightforward, says the BBC's Hugh Schofield.
The Brazilian fan who sang with The Beatles
Forecasters issue warnings of wintry weather over the weekend, with the risk of travel disruption and hazardous driving conditions.
Man Utd eye Lazio's Lucas Biglia, David Moyes wants Sammy Ameobi, Man City offer Martin Demichelis a new deal, plus more.
A fire has ripped through the Torch skyscraper in Dubai, one of the tallest residential buildings in the world.
How to make the perfect Oscars acceptance speech
The BBC's Will Gompertz asks whether the UK is falling out of love with art.
One million people have signed up to be "dementia friends" in England, the charity Alzheimer's Society announces.