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Kate Winslet plays a villain menacing a team of teens in her latest film Divergent
The factory worker who bought two stolen paintings by Gauguin and Bonnard hopes they can be returned to hang on his kitchen wall.
Police are investigating after a 13-year-old girl reports being raped in a lane in Livingston.
BBC Sport radio commentators assess the prospects for the teams ahead of the 2014 season
Cross Channel ferry services to and from the Port of Dover in Kent are severely disrupted by industrial action in France.
A motorway carriageway is closed after a crash between a lorry carrying beer and another carrying flour.
A would-be US politician has defended his participation in live-action roleplays (Larps). What does the case say about perceptions of the hobby, asks Aidan Lewis.
A 17-year-old boy is arrested over the disappearance of terror suspect Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed, who absconded from a London mosque in a burka.
The European Parliament votes to scrap the roaming fees charged for using a mobile phone while abroad, to take effect next year.
The BBC's Jon Donnison says almost 100 search flights have taken off but no debris belonging to flight MH370 has been found.
A court in the Indian city of Mumbai finds three men who had already been convicted of two gang rapes guilty under a new law that carries the death penalty.
A new higher GCSE grade will identify England's most talented pupils, and grades will be linked to international tests under proposals from the exam regulator.
Authorities must closely watch household debt, said Chancellor George Osborne at a Treasury Select Committee hearing.
The former head of police in Northern Ireland has said if Downing Street had asked him to release prisoners he would have remembered it to his "dying day".
A maximum of 40 horses will run in Saturday's Grand National at Aintree headed by the Paul Nicholls-trained Tidal Bay.
Highlights of the Clegg v Farage debate
James Ward is named as second singles player while Andy Murray suffers with a stomach bug ahead of GB's Davis Cup tie in Italy.
There were no US military deaths in Afghanistan in March, the first zero-fatality month in the country since January 2007, Pentagon says.
Kate Winslet says she wishes she had been given more support to help her cope with the pressures of early fame.
Why has a 19-year-old student been sent back to Mauritius?
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