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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses members of Congress at the US Capitol.
Antony Jenkins speaks out as Financial Conduct Authority finalises clampdown plans for traders.
Disgraced former entertainer Rolf Harris has been stripped of his CBE, according to an official announcement in the London Gazette.
The costs of sending special administrators into the troubled Mid Staffordshire NHS trust rose to almost £19.5m, a health watchdog reveals.
Ford has been showing off two e-bikes at Mobile World Congress as manufacturers start to look beyond the car.
A mother was stabbed to death in the New Forest to stop her making a sex assault allegation, a jury hears.
A "fearless" man and great player
Hillary Clinton's exclusive use of her personal email to conduct government business is under scrutiny as a possible violation of federal requirements.
Thousands rally against the ban on beef in India
Iran rejects as "excessive and illogical" a demand by US President Obama that it freeze sensitive nuclear activity for at least 10 years.
A senior NHS manager sent "dark and spiteful" notes to a colleague after becoming infatuated with her, a court hears.
Blackberry targets young career builders with its all-touch-screen Leap smartphone.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho "guarantees" former England captain John Terry will still be a Blues player next season.
Mark Zuckerberg's appearance at the Mobile World Congress was a missed opportunity.
Phone hacking was "rife" at the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People from 1999 to 2006, a court hears.
Crystal Palace's Mile Jedinak accepts a charge of violent conduct from the Football Association after elbowing Diafra Sakho.
United Airlines has announced that it will no longer carry bulk shipments of lithium-ion batteries as new tests reveal they could cause fires.
Wildlife expert and BBC presenter Lucy Cooke explains what an extraordinary feat it was to have captured a weasel riding on the back of a green woodpecker.
Labour would pass a law, in memory of Alan Turing, to enable pardons for gay men convicted under historical indecency laws, if it wins in May.
Smartwatch pioneer Pebble is launching a programme for third-party developers to make sensor-equipped straps for its latest devices.