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Oscar Pistorius had a 'big love for guns', a friend tells his murder trial as he describes two firearms incidents involving the Paralympic athlete.
GB guide Charlotte Evans went into "complete shock" and needed treatment after winning gold at the Winter Paralympics.
Clashes erupt in Turkey's two biggest cities after the death of a teenager struck on the head during anti-government protests nine months ago.
Light pollution is having an impact on the regeneration of tropical rainforests because it disrupts the behaviour of seed dispersing bats, a study suggests.
Fracking protesters win a late legal bid to avoid eviction from a camp near a test drilling site in Barton Moss, Salford.
A pregnant woman stole another woman's identity from a social networking site to try to stop her own baby from being removed from her care.
Britain's Kelly Gallagher crashes out of the super combined slalom run while the GB curlers recover to beat Norway.
Pregnant women who are obese can cost the NHS over a third more than women of healthy weight, a Swansea University study has found.
Four top South Sudanese politicians go on trial on charges of treason after being accused of plotting a coup against the government.
US Secretary of State John Kerry rejects an offer of talks with President Vladimir Putin on Ukraine until he engages with proposals to end the crisis.
Why Bob Crow was the one union leader everyone had heard of
The jury in the trial of former deputy speaker of the House of Commons Nigel Evans, has been hearing evidence from an alleged victim who said Mr Evans assaulted him whilst on a night out in Soho.
The families of the 191 people killed in the Madrid train bombings attend a ceremony with Spain's King Juan Carlos to mark the 2004 attacks.
Scrum-half Rhys Webb and lock Luke Charteris may be fit for Wales to face Scotland in the Six Nations says coach Robin McBryde.
Human remains, thought to be hundreds of years old, are uncovered by storms on a cliff in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Which should come first - cheese or pudding?
The number of children with mental health problems being treated on adult wards in England is rising, according to new data.
24 hours of news photos: 11 March
US President Barack Obama is interviewed by comedian Zach Galifianakis for spoof chat show Between Two Ferns, following in the footsteps of Justin Bieber and Bradley Cooper.
The number of Syrian children in need has more than doubled in the past year to 5.5 million, the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) says.
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