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Snow has been forecast to hit parts of Wales overnight on Sunday which may cause travel disruption on Monday morning.
Police are investigating the suspicious death of a 46-year-old man and have arrested two people on suspicion of murder.
The US is reported to have repatriated to Pakistan a senior Pakistani Taliban commander, Latif Mehsud, who was held at Bagram airbase in Afghanistan.
An electrician from Wiltshire has decorated his house with approximately 200,000 Christmas lights.
Clintons Cards apologies after being criticised for their 'council estate' card.
Premier Foods is "to simplify" its controversial practice of asking its suppliers for payments to continue doing business with the firm.
A gang that was stealing ancient relics from a desert cave - close to where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were found - has been arrested, Israeli authorities say.
Thousands of couples have taken to streets of central Buenas Aires to dance the tango.
A London Ambulance car on an emergency call crashes into a restaurant, injuring two paramedics and causing extensive damage.
Alliance employment minister Stephen Farry says there is potential for a deal to be done by the Stormont parties before Christmas but it must not just be on corporation tax and welfare reform.
Kumar Sangakkara helps Sri Lanka to a six-wicket victory over England and a 3-1 lead in the one-day series.
A taxi driver in the Indian capital is alleged to have raped a woman who booked the cab with the increasingly popular Uber smartphone app.
Police say they are treating the death of a taxi driver in Dalkeith following an early morning altercation as "suspicious".
Jeremy Paxman has been confirmed as the host of a new BBC one-off documentary marking the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's state funeral.
A senior Metropolitan Police officer is arrested on suspicion of dealing Class A drugs and a drinking and driving related office.
Shane Watson is ready for first Test against India at Adelaide on Tuesday after the "most challenging" time of his career.
The British embassy in Cairo suspends public services for security reasons, a Foreign Office spokeswoman confirms.
A Harley Street dental surgeon stares danger in the mouth to operate on a tiger's chipped teeth.
An immigration and asylum tribunal judge faces a racism investigation over a remark he made about an Asian witness in a harassment case.
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