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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited an area of the Blue Mountains n Australia devastated by bush-fires six months ago.
The tests carried out by a forensic expert for Oscar Pistorius' murder trial are rigorously challenged by the state prosecutor in South Africa.
The biggest bus operator in Wales announces it will axe 14 services and reduce eight others as it cuts its fleet by 10%.
Smoke from fireworks was "not to blame" for a pile-up on the M5 near Taunton which killed seven people, a coroner rules.
Bad weather, murky water and strong currents are hampering the search for more than 280 people missing after a South Korean ferry sank.
Police charge a 30-year-old woman with the murder of a baby in east Belfast.
Two former Anglo Irish bank chiefs have been found guilty of making loans designed to illegally prop up the bank's share price.
Green MP Caroline Lucas and four co-defendants are cleared of obstructing a public highway during an anti-fracking protest in Balcombe, West Sussex.
Puerto Rican salsa singer and composer Cheo Feliciano dies in a car crash in his native island aged 78.
Russia's President Putin says he hopes he will not have to exercise his "right" to send troops into Ukraine, as crisis talks are held with Western leaders in Geneva.
The funeral is held for a 12-year-old girl who died after a wall fell on her at an Edinburgh school.
In an open letter to Google's Eric Schmidt the boss of German publishing firm Axel Springer says it is afraid of the search giant.
The Banksy picture at the centre of a row over ownership is moved from a youth club by police and taken to Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery.
BBC News presenter George Alagiah is diagnosed with bowel cancer and will take a break from broadcasting while he receives treatment.
Royal Bank of Scotland says law firm Clifford Chance has cleared it over allegations that it forced small firms to close so it could make a profit.
The Queen has handed out specially-minted coins as part of the traditional Royal Maundy service, held this year at Blackburn Cathedral.
Algerians are voting in elections in which incumbent President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who suffered a stroke last year, is seeking a fourth term.
Prosecutors in New York are due to open their terrorism case against Abu Hamza al-Masri, the radical cleric extradited from the UK in 2012.
Two South Wales Police officers are convicted of theft after being caught in an undercover sting by their own force.
Engineers are still trying to establish what caused a power cut which blacked out most of northern Scotland on Wednesday night.
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