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Formula 1 will award double points at the final race from 2014 and introduce a cost cap from 2015 among a number of changes.
Former Premier League footballer DJ Campbell is among six people questioned in connection with allegations of fixing in football matches.
A three-year-old boy dies in hospital after he was found in a garden pond near Llangollen.
An amnesty drafted by Russia's President Putin could free the two jailed Pussy Riot protesters and the Greenpeace Arctic 30 campaigners.
Thousands of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo attend the state funeral of rumba star Tabu Ley Rochereau in the capital, Kinshasa.
Artist Damien Hirst submits plans to build 750 homes on land he owns in north Devon..
Ukrainian security forces are moving in on anti-government protesters and an opposition party, in a stand-off over government dealings with the EU.
The father of a girl who was the victim of the grooming gang in Rochdale has said discovering the news was "like being hit with a sledgehammer".
Aerospace and defence giant EADS says it will cut 5,800 jobs as a fall in governments' military spending begins to bite.
Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos is to be charged "with being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs", the Crown Prosecution Service confirms.
Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority are expected to sign a water co-operation agreement aimed at saving the rapidly drying Dead Sea.
A member of an aristocratic family who has admitted beating his wife over two decades is warned he could be sent to prison.
Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie appears in court in Egypt for the first time since his arrest in August.
Iain Duncan Smith rejects claims his flagship welfare policy will be a "debacle" and insists the IT system underpinning it "seems to be absolutely fine".
An inquiry into sexual exploitation is to be held to assess improvements in protecting children since nine men were jailed for running an abuse ring in Rochdale.
Syrian government forces are reported to have taken control of the motorway linking Damascus with the city of Homs, as well as the nearby town of Nabak.
The ancient lake environment found in Mars' Gale Crater by the Curiosity rover could have supported a type of microbe called a chemolithoautotroph - if it had been present.
A woman who deliberately ran over her husband after suffering years of domestic violence walks free from court - with him at her side.
Investigators find no evidence of "major" engine or gearbox failure in the police helicopter which crashed into a busy pub in Glasgow, killing nine people.
Singapore leader Lee Hsien Loong urges the public not to "tarnish" their view of migrants after a rare riot sparked by the death of an Indian national.
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