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Nato says further Russian intervention in Ukraine would be a "historic mistake" as Kiev tries to retake official buildings in the east from separatists.
President Obama issues executive orders aimed at erasing gender disparities in pay among the government workforce, in an appeal to women voters.
Bus operator Stagecoach is to close its depot at Brynmawr in the Gwent valleys in July, putting 77 jobs under threat.
A father and son are banned from keeping dogs for 10 years after being found guilty of using them for badger baiting.
The M6 is to remain closed southbound until Wednesday morning following a crash involving two cars and two lorries, the Highways Agency says.
Australia's Adam Scott is relishing the chance to become the fourth player in Masters history to win back-to-back Green Jackets.
The outgoing chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales claimed he was "cruelly bullied" by senior colleagues, a newly published letter suggests.
The UN has identified two of its workers killed in Somalia on Monday as UK citizen Simon Davis and French citizen Clement Gorrissen
BBC Sport F1 analyst Allan McNish looks at why Williams and Ferrari are struggling to fulfil their potential
George Alagiah reports on the political price of economic progress in Rwanda.
Manchester United manager David Moyes says he would be "mad" not to let Wayne Rooney play against Bayern Munich.
The water firm blamed by organisers for the cancellation of the Sheffield half marathon claims it did not deliver supplies as it had not been paid.
Edinburgh Napier campus is set to reopen on Wednesday after a fire and "dust explosion" forced hundreds of students to be evacuated.
The BBC's Divya Arya reports from the capital of Mizoram, where there is huge social pressure on women to forgive rapists.
England duo Matt Prior and Steven Finn both star on the third day as Sussex build a big lead against Middlesex at Hove.
New French Prime Minister Manuel Valls vows to cut taxes and public spending in a bid to make the French economy more competitive.
Lord Tebbit calls for the terms of an inquiry into secret letters sent to IRA On the Runs to be extended.
David Loyn looks ahead to second round of Afghan election
Irish President Michael D Higgins has spoken of a closeness and warmth between Britain and Ireland "that once seemed unachievable".
Twenty years on, Gaz Coombes and Sophie Ellis-Bextor talk about their memories of the Britpop scene with BBC radio presenter Jo Whiley.
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