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A camera lost six months ago in Australia is reunited with its owner thanks to a social media manhunt by a stranger who found the device.
Inflation in the UK could temporarily turn negative in the spring because of falling oil prices, the governor of the Bank of England says.
The airline executive's daughter who made a fuss over how her nuts were served has focused attention on South Korea's dominant chaebol system.
Sweden's central bank cuts its key interest rate from 0% to a record low of -0.1% and starts a programme of quantitative easing.
A former doctor is jailed for 18 years for indecently assaulting girls at the UK hospital where Jimmy Savile abused patients.
A major count of farmland birds has concluded with sightings of several rare species.
The Liberal Democrats pledge to protect spending from nursery to college level over the course of the next parliament if they are in government.
After a ban on smoking in cars was agreed by MPs in the Commons, BBC News looks at what could happen next.
Sacked Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says managing the club turned out to be "the toughest challenge" of his career.
The governor of the Bank of England says there is a better than evens chance inflation will turn negative in coming months but insists this won't be "deflation".
A £7m legal bill racked-up in a failed case against six people accused of a fraud conspiracy involving the ownership of open-cast mines is to be paid by the Serious Fraud Office.
Liverpool say captain Steven Gerrard will have a scan on a hamstring injury sustained in the 3-2 win over Tottenham.
The number of homes repossessed by lenders last year fell to their lowest level since 2006, mortgage lenders say.
The former co-chairman of Sony Pictures speaks for the first time about the debilitating cyber attack on the studio that revealed her private emails.
The BBC's Jeremy Howell investigates what went wrong at Zynga, as the online gaming company reveals its annual results.
President Obama announces that all US troops fighting Ebola in Liberia will leave, as number of new cases rises for second consecutive week
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan denies he was consulted over the controversial postponement of Saturday's hard-fought presidential and parliamentary elections.
A court in Egypt is to begin the retrial of two Al Jazeera journalists convicted last year of spreading false news to help a terrorist group.
A ceasefire will begin in eastern Ukraine on 15 February, say leaders as a peace roadmap is agreed after marathon talks.
Jonathan Joseph and George Kruis will get their first Twickenham starts as England name an unchanged side to face Italy.