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The UK government has started selling off big chunks of internet addresses that it no longer uses.
As the London 3D Print Show rolls into town, the BBC's Theo Leggett offers a whistle-stop tour to assess the industry.
Middle East correspondent Jim Muir reports from a strategic site on Lebanon's border with Syria which was recently captured by Hezbollah forces from the al-Nusra Front.
Chief Superintendent Michael Gallagher on the plans for a controlled explosion of a World War Two bomb that was found close to Wembley Stadium.
Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's native garden and studio are recreated at the New York Botanical Garden.
A woman with multiple sclerosis beaten by a 19-year-old drug user when he robbed her home says she bears no grudges.
How can a man who helped make bombs in a foreign war end up on trial in a London court?
Conservative former cabinet minister Eric Pickles, who left the government at the recent reshuffle, is to be given a knighthood.
Britain's Andy Murray will play a qualifier at the French Open while Heather Watson will face France's Mathilde Johansson.
A pensioner is jailed for six years for sex crimes against children after a victim came forward following the Jimmy Savile scandal.
Footage has emerged purporting to show North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un's brother in London - attending an Eric Clapton concert.
A suicide bomber has struck a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province, causing casualties, state media say.
EU leaders hold a news briefing during the second day of a summit in Latvia discussing relations with ex-Soviet states.
Germany's Lufthansa considers random medical checks on pilots, to help prevent any future disaster like the Germanwings crash.
A London cab driver is jailed for life with a minimum term of 38 years for the murder of a US soldier in a roadside bombing in Iraq in 2007.
Labour's Kezia Dugdale confirms she will stand for the leadership of her party in Scotland when Jim Murphy steps down next month.
A Max Liebermann painting from the collection of the late art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt is to go up for auction next month.
After a 33-year career, The Tonight Show host David Letterman's goodbye attracts more than 13 million viewers
A measure of the quality of jobs done by workers in the UK has fallen slightly for the first time.
Nigeria's incoming president may commute the death sentences of 66 soldiers convicted for refusing to fight Boko Haram, a lawyer for some of them tells the BBC.