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Soviet-era dissident Natalya Gorbanevskaya, who took part in a famous 1968 protest in Moscow's Red Square, has died in Paris aged 77.
Firefighters are tackling a huge fire at a landmark complex, designed by the legendary architect Oscar Niemeyer, in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.
Arson is being blamed for a huge fire that took place at a garment factory near Dhaka, police say.
Wales cannot afford to dwell on previous failures against Australia ahead of Saturday's Test in Cardiff says lock Alun Wyn Jones.
A woman hopes to make history by becoming the first person to visit the exact location of a relative's final resting place in the tunnels under the Somme.
An ethnic Tuareg separatist group says it is ending a ceasefire with Mali's government, a day after clashes between troops and protesters in Kidal.
Members of the Somali community urge the government to press ahead with plans to criminalise the herbal stimulant, khat.
A close friend of a Ceredigion woman whose death in 1997 is being reinvestigated by police says she "loved life".
President and Mrs Obama speak about how they are preparing as a family for life after the White House, and which of them would make a better president.
Brazilian soldiers of the National Force are being deployed to prevent escalation of conflicts over indigenous land in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul.
Concerns that hundreds of thousands of dementia sufferers have not been diagnosed make headlines, while the press is excited about "Black Friday".
The European Union warns Russia it will not allow it to "veto" deals in Eastern Europe, after a summit fails to revive an agreement with Ukraine.
A 25-year-old man is arrested after two people were injured in "unprovoked" stabbings in two locations in Cardiff.
The BBC learns the full details of how the government plans to roll back the largest so-called green levy in an attempt to cut energy bills.
More than 100 people are made redundant after the Verve car dealership group goes into administration.
Shootings, stabbing, robbery and brawls taint the Black Friday shopping frenzy, as bargain-hunters mob malls across the US.
Former world heavyweight boxing champion Herbie Hide is jailed after admitting conspiracy to supply cocaine.
Charles Saatchi tells a court he has "no proof" his ex-wife Nigella Lawson ever took drugs - despite an email he sent claiming she was "off her head".
Four of the six trustees of a charity established in memory of football legend George Best resign amid a review into how it is run.
A 16-year-old male is arrested over a crash in East Lothian which resulted in the deaths of three teenagers.
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