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A teenager is arrested by counter-terrorism officers as she arrives on a flight at Stansted Airport.
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David Cameron and Barack Obama say the UK and US are to work more closely to combat "violent extremism", sharing expertise on tackling threats.
Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold wins her second skeleton World Cup event of the season to move up to fifth in the rankings.
Zinder in Niger is the latest city to see protests against French magazine Charlie Hebdo after it published a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.
Sinn Féin's support for a woman's right to an abortion in certain circumstances is not incompatible with Catholicism, says the party's Martin McGuinness.
The former chief inspector of borders and immigration says the UK is failing to "get the basics right" and questions whether a net immigration target can work.
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A man is convicted of subjecting two women and seven children to horrific sexual and physical abuse.
Ghana's President John Mahama says he and other African leaders will discuss plans next week to "deal permanently" with Boko Haram militants.
Mark Allen scraps to victory over Joe Perry to reach the semi-finals of the Masters at Alexandra Palace.
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Archaeologists have found a 132-year-old rifle propped against a tree in Nevada's Great Basin National Park.
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court begins examining whether to investigate alleged war crimes in the Palestinian territories.
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Northern Ireland Water has said disruption to supplies over the weekend is likely as a result of ongoing industrial action by trade unions.