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The US dismisses a Cuban demand to hand back the Guantanamo Bay naval base as part of efforts to normalise bilateral ties.
The "super-prison" being built in Wrexham will bring £23m a year to the local economy and 1,000 jobs.
Fifty years after the funeral for Sir Winston Churchill, the boat that carried his coffin long the Thames repeats its journey.
The funeral is held of the Sussex war veteran who made headlines when he left his care home to attend D-Day commemorations in France.
African leaders meeting in Addis Ababa choose the continent's oldest head of state, Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe, as chairman of the AU for the coming year.
The metal gate of Nobel prize-winning Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi's house is to be auctioned, with a starting price of $200,000.
Captain Eoin Morgan says England are growing in confidence, having reached the final of the tri-series in Australia.
Why do so many people care about a fake dinosaur?
Budget airline Easyjet says it is in favour of expanding Heathrow airport in a submission to the Airports Commission
Ceremony recreating the flotilla which carried Churchill's coffin along the Thames from the Tower of London to Westminster Pier
A man who forced his way into a studio of Dutch news broadcaster NOS with a fake gun has no known links to terrorist organisations, police say.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa is banned for three matches after stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can.
A fatal accident inquiry is to be held after a worker fell to his death at the Hunterston coal terminal in North Ayrshire.
Coach Georges Leekens says Tunisia's football will overcome Equatorial Guinea's home advantage in Saturday's Nations Cup quarter-final.
Despite uncertainties, cheap oil does not spell disaster for the renewables sector.
Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian rebels trade heavy tank and artillery fire in and around Debaltseve, a strategic town in eastern Ukraine.
Australian Open finalist Andy Murray is finding his best form and won't be affected by fiancee Kim's outburst, says John Lloyd.
Final year economics students at Sheffield University are furious after an exam this week contained "impossible" questions.
A man is found guilty at the High Court in Glasgow of raping a young boy and of sexually abusing a girl from when she was 12 to 15 years old.