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A marking ban by academics angry at plans to change their pensions could be called off next week after the two sides agree talks.
Police investigating historical sexual abuse allegations are looking at information on "possible homicide", Scotland Yard says.
England need to be inventive and raise the tempo if they are to end their dire run against South Africa, says Jeremy Guscott.
An air and ground search is being carried out for a Royal Marine who has gone missing in the Cairngorms National park.
A gay and lesbian group in Botswana wins a landmark legal case in the country's High Court, allowing it to be officially registered.
In the run-up to the 2015 general election, politicians have a lot to gain by knocking on people's doors and listening, Laura Kuenssberg says.
A mother suffocated her three disabled children with a nappy because she "could not carry on", according to a letter to her nanny.
Hans-Joachim Eckert is "surprised" by criticism from Fifa counterpart Michael Garcia over the World Cup corruption report.
Oil prices are likely to continue falling well into 2015, the International Energy Agency forecasts.
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Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is unhappy that confidential medical information was revealed during a court battle over a contested insurance claim
Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith and Dr Jean-Claude Worms debate the reasons behind the success of scientific work in Europe.
Julian Rachlin, the newly appointed principal guest conductor of the Royal Northern Sinfonia Orchestra, talks about conducting and playing simultaneously.
Equatorial Guinea are named as the hosts for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, replacing Morocco.
Iraqi forces have driven out Islamic State fighters from the oil refinery town of Baiji, north of Baghdad, officials say.
More than 400 people stuck their heads in the sand on Australia's Bondi Beach, to protest at the country's stance on climate change.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Western sanctions will hurt the global economy and trade agreements, ahead of the G20 summit.
Andy Murray talks about his harsh lesson from Roger Federer, but hopes any loss of confidence will not affect his best man speech.
A woman was found dead at home hours after her husband's body was discovered at the foot of a multi-storey car park, the BBC understands.
Four men are detained by police following an investigation into the sale of Rangers Football Club in 2012.