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At least 10 people are killed and several MPs injured in an al-Shabab attack on a hotel in the centre of Somali capital Mogadishu, witnesses say.
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge has had its final screening at a Mumbai cinema after 20 uninterrupted years - what made it so successful?
A former care worker admits attempting to murder three colleagues at a West Midlands care home.
A Loganair flight from Edinburgh to Orkney has been diverted to Aberdeen after declaring a mid-air emergency.
A controversial decision to suspend consultant care for mothers-to-be at Glan Clwyd Hospital is defended by health officials.
Ukraine marks the anniversary of clashes between protesters and police which left more than 100 people dead and ousted ex-President Yanukovych.
The first rapid blood test for Ebola has been approved for use by the World Health Organization.
UK government finances showed a surplus of £8.8bn in January, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.
Accident and Emergency performance in England's NHS hospitals has dipped slightly in the latest weekly figures.
An internationally renowned music teacher is jailed for 11 years for sex attacks on two schoolgirls and a young woman.
UK retail sales fell 0.3% in January from the previous month, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Keeper Craig Gordon thanks Celtic's fans for supporting him after his error in the 3-3 Europa League draw with Inter Milan.
Star Wars director JJ Abrams tells the BBC some of the rumours surrounding his new film are true.
A Canadian MP says he rushed out of parliament and nearly missed a vote because of his tight underpants.
Police say 'loyalist groupings' are their main line of inquiry in relation to two pipe bombs discovered in Londonderry on Thursday.
The foreign workers trapped out at sea
A young woman's murder in Turkey could prove a watershed moment in fight against violence against women, reports the BBC's Selin Girit.
Night-time services are to run at weekends on most Tube lines, the London Overground and Docklands Light Railway, it is announced.
Exactly who are David and Frederick Barclay?
England have no excuses after losing to New Zealand and the amount of leeway they have is tightening, says Jonathan Agnew.