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An elderly man was locked up for seven hours after giving his wife a painkiller patch at her care home.
David Reid travels to the Cern institute in Switzerland to find out how film-makers are helping to make science stories more accessible to the public.
Ukraine's interim PM Yatsenyuk offers more powers to the turbulent east, where armed pro-Russian protesters are defying the government.
Ten people, including five teenage students, are killed in a fiery bus crash in California, authorities say.
A police whistleblower, who raised concerns about the Metropolitan Police's crime statistics, explains why he resigned.
A woman who fell over a wall at a Roman site while looking for somewhere to urinate after a night out drinking loses her claim for damages.
Pope Francis has asked for forgiveness for the evil committed by Roman Catholic priests who've sexually abused children.
The director of public prosecutions insists that the Crown Prosecution Service was right to take the Nigel Evans sex abuse case to court.
Actress Julie Walters, will be inducted into the Bafta Fellowship, at this year's television Baftas in May
REM singer Michael Stipe inducts grunge group Nirvana to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, alongside the likes of Kiss, Peter Gabriel and Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
A high court in China upholds the four-year jail term given to prominent rights and transparency activist Xu Zhiyong.
A woman denies child neglect and cruelty by feeding her son a diet of oats and vegetables and making him sleep on cardboard.
Premiership Rugby chief executive Mark McCafferty says the new European Rugby Champions Cup will benefit the sport.
Chelsea are drawn against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals, while Real Madrid face holders Bayern Munich.
A Wrexham-based company which provides data research to the banking industry is to create 200 jobs due to growing demand.
Have voters already made up their minds about the general election, or is their vote still up for grabs?
A former speech-writer to Tony Blair says schools need to do more to help teenagers improve their communication skills.
The ambulance service is on the verge of breaking down because of paramedics' stress levels, union Unison has warned.
A German furniture store chain apologises for selling coffee mugs which feature Adolf Hitler's face on a postage stamp, blaming it on a "terrible" mistake.
The cricket ball makers' strike that threatened the 1914 season
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- Grand Chamber hearing Tarakhel v. Switzerland
- Audience de Grande Chambre Tarakhel c. Suisse
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