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A 54-year-old man is arrested after another man is found dead in a close in Glasgow's Castlemilk area.
A 40-point action plan to reform the Olympic Games is rubber-stamped at an International Olympic Committee meeting in Monaco.
New schools, care homes and hospitals should not be built next to busy roads because of the dangers of air pollution, according to a group of MPs.
The "Pepper" robot is designed to bridge the gap between humans and machines.
Three cars are destroyed and five more are damaged in a suspected arson attack at a garage in Gwynedd.
Authorities in the Indian capital, Delhi, ban taxi-booking service Uber after allegations that one of its drivers raped a female passenger.
The people struggling to put food on the table
Angel Radio is a community station, which currently only broadcasts in Havant near Portsmouth, and us run entirely by pensioners without any prior radio experience.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has backed plans for a so-called "Google tax".
A fireworks display marked the 150th anniversary of the opening of Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge.
A maid in Uganda who was secretly filmed beating and kicking an 18-month-old girl pleads guilty in court to the torture of a baby.
The late Tim Hetherington's photos of the 2004 Asian tsunami
Conservative MP Nigel Mills admits playing a popular puzzle game on his tablet computer during a parliamentary committee hearing.
A new drive to give children a better set of technology skills is being announced, but are schools prepared?
The majority of people with mortgages could cope with a rise in interest rates, the Bank of England has said.
The Indonesian maid at the centre of a high-profile abuse case describes being "tortured" at her former employer's trial in Hong Kong.
Manchester City's new training academy is due to be officially opened on Monday, with the aim of creating new talent for the team and regenerating the local area.
Firefighters are spending a fourth day at the scene of a fire on an industrial estate in East Sussex where 200 tonnes of rubbish are alight.
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel says there is no need for a review into operations to free Americans held by militants despite recent failures.
A 15-year-old boy who died after he was stabbed in a fight in east London is named.