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Panda triplets and celebrating their 100th day anniversary and a rescued seal pup is being cared for at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium.
A Pakistani policeman is arrested after allegedly killing a man with an axe because he suspected him of committing blasphemy.
A UN-backed court says it will not take action over Israel's deadly raid on a Gaza-bound ship in 2010, even though it believes war crimes may have been committed.
Safety checks are taking place at London's Leadenhall Tower - or Cheesegrater - after two large bolts fell from several stories up
A fresh warning about possible eye damage to young children from exposure to 3D content has come from French health watchdog.
Bonfire Night in Lewes means effigies. Here are some of the most notable examples over the years.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond laughed off an East Sussex town's plan to burn his effigy on bonfire night
BBC Breakfast's Charlie Stayt spoke to McConaughey about the new space epic Interstellar
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Commons leader William Hague laughs off Labour claims that a recent party event was an attempt to recreate the notorious Bullingdon student drinking club.
The government has refused to hold an urgent review of the student finance system despite a call from MPs.
The number of NHS organisations investigating allegations of abuse by Jimmy Savile is extended to 41.
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
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A 13-year-old boy has told the BBC of his plans to join Islamic State, after watching jihadist videos and chatting to IS fighters online.
A woman whose abduction was caught on CCTV has been safely found in the US state of Maryland, police have said.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is in a stable condition in hospital where she is being treated for an infection, doctors say.
Political correctness is important to some and a nonsense to others, with one MP proposing a law against it.
As everyone rushes to get the newest phones with the latest gizmos, the BBC's Tamasin Ford finds out what happens to all the old ones.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson is planning to create dedicated cycle lanes across London at the cost of almost £50m.