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Picture captures scale of vast crowd of refugees in Syria
Photographer sees city in black and white
Harry Benson and Sarah Anticoni debate a proposed new law that would allow couples to legally agree the terms of a divorce before they marry.
Commuters are being warned about potential travel disruption on Friday morning, with snow forecast for many parts of Wales.
The reasoning behind who gets to vote in referendum
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson has played his debut match at Doncaster Rovers football club.
GB's Jess Varnish and Becky James finish third on a poor day for the men's team at the Track Cycling World Championships.
French right struggles in race for mayor
Ulster Bank reports a loss of just under £1.5bn for 2013 which compares to a loss of £1bn in 2012.
Two people arrested in connection with the disappearance of Coventry woman Nicola Payne in 1991 are released on police bail.
Britain's Andy Murray beats Joao Sousa of Portugal 6-3 6-4 to reach the quarter-finals of the Mexican Open in Acapulco.
Three more Welsh councils meet to set their budgets with cuts in services and increases in council tax expected.
A woman gored by a charging stag whilst returning to a friend's house in the Scottish Highlands says she feels "lucky to be alive" after coming within millimetres of paralysis.
Standard Life has become the first Scottish business to warn it may have to relocate significant operations and assets outside the country if its people vote for independence.
Can Ashley Giles and Stuart Broad lead an England fightback in the West Indies after the disastrous Ashes tour?
The government will hold a summit of drugs experts and police on Thursday as it attempts to tackle the issue of so-called "legal highs".
Most papers react to the sentencing of two men who killed soldier Lee Rigby, while others look ahead to the visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The government is planning a "Ucas-style, one-stop online shop" for 16-year-olds who do not want to go to university, Deputy PM Nick Clegg is to announce.
The government will hold a summit of drugs experts and police as it attempts to tackle so-called "legal highs".
On 12 March 2014 the world wide web turns 25, and the Pew Research Center has collected data on how Americans have reacted to it through its brief history.
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