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Radiographers are set to go on strike a week after the rest of the NHS workers involved in industrial action.
As tech firms update the way we watch TV, is the couch potato cooked?
Hundreds of villagers flee their homes in Indian-administered Kashmir as Indian and Pakistani troops continue to exchange fire in some of the worst violence in the region in a decade.
Watch the Moon emerge from the Earth's shadow
The impact of solar storms on the earth's weather is being more carefully scrutinised to prevent potential disruption to electronic systems.
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Dealing with the leftovers from the Dounreay demolition job
Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon and Tom Courtenay are among the stars who will appear in a big-screen remake of classic 1970s sitcom Dad's Army.
Argentina's last military ruler, Reynaldo Bignone, who is already in jail for crimes against humanity, is been sentenced in a fresh case.
Kenya's President, Uhuru Kenyatta, has become the first sitting head of state to appear before the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry spill the beans on staying slim, running out of technical challenges and keeping Paul in check.
Does Nick Clegg's speech mark the start of a long journey
A Silicon Valley start-up company has developed a way of replacing passwords by allowing users to create their own unique "air signature".
Nobel Prize for chemistry is awarded to three scientists for their work on boosting the resolution of microscopes.
The UN Security Council says Syria has revealed for the first time the existence of four more chemical weapons research and production facilities.
The woman abused for cheering her team