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Customers who call companies to complain about faulty goods will no longer have to pay premium rates, the government has announced
Cristiano Ronaldo unveils a waxwork of himself in Madrid, a permanent exhibition hall dedicated to the wonders of 3D printing opens China - and more from the world of arts.
Championship football club Queens Park Rangers reveal plans for a new 40,000-seater stadium in north-west London.
Thamsanqa Jantjie, who was accused of being a fake sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service, says he suffered a schizophrenic episode during the service and was hearing voices in his head.
The UN says it is "extremely concerned" for Syrian refugees in Lebanon as a fierce winter storm bears down.
Roberto Soldado scores a hat-trick as Tottenham maintain their 100% record in the Europa League by easing past Anzhi.
A woman in the US state of Montana pleads guilty to second-degree murder, admitting she shoved her husband off a cliff eight days into their marriage.
Emergency services helicopters are back in the air after being grounded due to safety fears following the fatal Glasgow crash.
Owners of failed opencast mines in Scotland cannot walk away from their obligations to clean them up, a court rules.
The US communications agency has taken the first step toward lifting a ban on mobile phone calls during flights.
The wife of a man who died in an industrial steam oven tells an inquest she does not believe he killed himself.
An MP calls for a Serious Fraud Office probe into the financial affairs of F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, as an £85m civil case against him is due to end.
A care worker at a retirement home in the French Alps is charged with poisoning six pensioners to death and attempting to poison three others.
A Royal Navy veteran dies after drinking a Caribbean pear juice drink laced with cocaine.
Swansea lose their final Europa League group game but make the knock-out phase because of Kuban Krasnodar's draw in Valencia.
Bangladesh executes Islamist leader Abdul Kader Mullah, who was convicted of atrocities during the country's 1971 war of independence.
South Africa says it is investigating how a man who used fake sign language at the Mandela memorial was given security clearance.
A car bomb outside a police base in the Egyptian city of Ismailiya has killed a police officer and wounded at least 35 people, officials say.
The Democratic Republic of Congo's president has signed a peace deal with the M23 rebel movement his forces defeated last month, Kenya's presidential spokesman says.
At least 13 people are killed as an air strike hits a wedding convoy in the al-Bayda province of southern Yemen, an al-Qaeda stronghold.
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