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BBC News looks at the idea of "stranded assets", part of the debate on climate change and global energy policy.
Chelsea captain John Terry should still be playing for England, according to former national boss Fabio Capello.
Josh Widdicombe takes on Dennis Taylor's famous 1985 black-ball pot in front of Steve Davis - but can he make the shot?
A body is pulled from a pond at a north London park, after reports a teenager was seen in difficulty in the water.
James Tredwell has given the selectors a real headache, says Jonathan Agnew, but concerns persist at the top of the order.
A fire service says it has had to deal with 49 deliberate grass fires in just 12 hours.
Over 230 people have been indicted for insulting the Turkish president in seven months, sparking complaints over freedom of speech restrictions.
Tax rises will mean £375m extra a year for the Welsh government if Labour wins next month's election, the party will say as it launches its Welsh manifesto.
The Crown Prosecution Service is to announce announce whether Labour peer Lord Janner will be charged with child sexual abuse offences.
An investigation is under way following a major fire which closed the centre of Inverness until the early hours of this morning.
More than 100 tour operators from 19 countries arrive in Northern Ireland for a series of face to face sales meetings with over 80 tourism businesses.
Northern Ireland's housing market out-performed other UK regions in March, according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) survey.
Canada announces it will supply uranium to India, boosting India's plan to increase nuclear capacity to meet growing energy demand.
Primary school-aged children in Wales are more likely to have smoked e-cigarettes than tobacco, research finds.
The NHS is facing a "substantial financial problem" in England which politicians are ignoring during the election campaign, the former head of the service says.
Three asylum seekers who fled Syria but were jailed when they arrived in the UK without passports are told they can appeal against their convictions.
Somalia's Islamist al-Shabab militants are recruiting heavily in north-eastern Kenya, according to evidence gathered by the BBC.
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of the first-degree murder of his friend, Odin Lloyd.
Japan says it is scrambling fighters at almost Cold War levels in response to foreign aircraft - mainly Russian and Chinese - approaching its airspace.
A book by Charb, the editor of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo who was killed by Muslim militants in January, is being published posthumously.