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A teenage girl was electrocuted as she helped her father bring Christmas decorations down from the attic, an inquest in Cardiff hears.
Delays caused by a new way of booking appointments could have contributed to the death of a boy with heart problems, a report says.
Piers Morgan's talk show on US TV network CNN is to end amid lacklustre ratings and an audience "tired" of a Briton weighing in on US issues.
The Sochi Games closed with Russia poking fun at itself - so when is self-deprecation a good idea, asks Tom de Castella.
A leading Nigerian senator expresses outrage over the security forces' failure to prevent a second deadly attack on a town by suspected militant Islamists.
Former Olympic champion Veronica Campbell-Brown says she has been cleared to race again by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Barcelona pay £11.2m to Spain's authorities after being charged with tax fraud over the signing of Neymar - but deny wrongdoing.
Fugitive paedophile priest Paul Cullen evaded capture by the police for more than 20 years living on the Spanish island of Tenerife.
Commons Speaker John Bercow's attempts to keep MPs in order can be "hurtful", Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom says.
Which towns, cities and villages will decide the next PM?
The conclusion of an inquest into the death of a military police corporal who had accused two soldiers of rape and felt bullied by colleagues, is delayed as new evidence emerges.
Politicians like to think it is their ideas that win over the voters, but polling shows style can matter more than substance to some voters.
Microsoft is to drop the price of its new Xbox One console - just over three months after its release.
A jealous boyfriend is jailed for life after using his girlfriend's mobile phone to lure another man to his death.
A new department at the Vatican is created by Pope Francis to oversee its finances following scandals at the institution.
An 85-year-old Catholic priest admits a series of sex abuse charges against boys and girls in the East Midlands dating back more than 50 years.
Egypt's military-backed interim government has resigned, Prime Minister Hazem Beblawi announces on state television.
The government will unveil a new strategy to end child poverty on Thursday, but Iain Duncan Smith's plans to announce a new definition of child poverty may be blocked, the BBC learns.
Astronomers have observed a record-breaking meteorite impact on the surface of the Moon.