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An Argentine activist who traces babies snatched from their parents by the 1970s military junta is reunited with her own grandson after 37 years.
How the boss of Cobra Beer was able to regain the firm's sparkle
The deadly flaw in the world's first jet airliner
Anyone found guilty of rigging wholesale gas and electricity prices faces up to two years in jail, under new proposals by the government.
"Captain Mikey Irishman" has been homeless in Denmark for seven years. He has made it his task to tend the homeless grave in Copenhagen cemetery.
Three-quarters of British businesses believe a significant skills crisis will hit the UK within the next three years, according to a new report.
Parts of counties Tyrone and Londonderry are affected by flooding following heavy downpours.
After Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling went head to head in a TV debate ahead of the Scottish independence referendum, the BBC asked whether debate had swayed the voters.
Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox withdraws its bid to purchase US entertainment giant Time Warner for an estimated $80bn.
A passenger is arrested on suspicion of making a hoax bomb threat after military jets are scrambled to escort a plane to Manchester Airport.
US aid workers who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia appear to be improving after receiving an experimental drug, officials say.
Bayern Munich announce that they have agreed to sign Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina on a permanent deal.
A doctor from King's College in London has been treating patients with the deadly Ebola virus in Sierra Leone.
Former England captain Faye White says Fifa should reconsider the decision to play World Cup matches on artificial pitches.
After four weeks of conflict in Gaza, the latest humanitarian truce, due to last 72 hours, is holding as Israeli troops withdraw.
A north London theatre refuses to host the UK Jewish Film Festival while it is sponsored by the Israeli Embassy amid the ongoing crisis in Gaza.