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David Stewart's pictures of people coping with addiction
Headliner Lionel Richie suggests a roof might be the solution to a rainy Glastonbury festival.
What do you see when you close your eyes?
Former McLaren driver Gerhard Berger believes two-time champion Fernando Alonso will win the world title again at the team.
A recording has emerged in which the Islamic State fighter Mohammed Emwazi denied being an extremist and complained about UK security services.
Marin Cilic and Stan Wawrinka will join Andy Murray and Grigor Dimitrov in playing at Queen's Club this summer.
Bond star Daniel Craig will appear as 007 in a Comic Relief sketch to air on Red Nose Day, Friday 13 March.
A century after battering enemy positions in World War One, the only surviving British ship from the Gallipoli campaign, the HMS M33, is being given a new lease of life.
The Rosetta satellite sees its own shadow in the highest resolution image it has so far taken of Comet 67P.
More than 40 schools across counties Londonderry and Tyrone are closed as snow and ice made travel treacherous.
Heavy snow falls close a small number of schools and affect driving conditions in the Highlands.
The International Monetary Fund says Sierra Leone is to receive more than $80m (£52m) immediately to help the country overcome the Ebola outbreak.
Barclays reports a 12% rise in full-year pre-tax profits, while boss Antony Jenkins receives his first bonus as chief executive.
A recording emerges in which the Islamic State fighter Mohammed Emwazi, known as "Jihadi John", denied being an extremist and said MI5 threatened him
The funeral is due to be held of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead in Moscow.
A BBC Wales investigation reveals that a former rugby player continued to produce and supply anabolic steroids after being banned from the sport for trafficking.
An agent who infiltrated al-Qaeda on behalf of British intelligence has spoken to the BBC for the first time, the BBC's Gordon Corera reports.
AMs will vote on Tuesday on whether or not to ban smacking children.
The Police Ombudsman is to send a file to the director of public prosecutions this month for him to decide if two former police officers should be prosecuted for a range of crimes, including conspiracy to murder.
The Mobile World Congress is taking place in Barcelona and it features a wide array of products connected by mobile technology.