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Should drinking in pregnancy be seen as a crime?
BBC Three is to be dropped from TV schedules and will become an online channel, as part of the BBC's cost-cutting plans.
How Ellen's selfie became a religious message
None of the 10 people arrested during a £4m inquiry into alleged corruption at Cleveland Police will be charged.
A 13-year-old boy from Preston becomes the youngest person ever to successfully carry out atomic fusion.
PC Keith Blakelock's unit was attacked with a "flame-type thrower" before he was hacked to death by a mob during the Tottenham riots in 1985, a court hears.
England's Toni Duggan apologises for painting her face black and dressing up as film star Whoopi Goldberg for a party.
Arts presenter Mark Lawson is to step down as the host of BBC Radio 4's Front Row, citing personal reasons.
A 38-year-old woman is charged over indecent images as part of the investigation into Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins.
Israel says it has seized a ship carrying advanced Iranian weapons made in Syria that was heading towards the Gaza Strip.
Around 145 staff at property and construction group Macob in Cardiff have been made redundant after the firm went into administration.
Who has benefited from record low interest rates?
The communities secretary is asked about progress with past pledges over bin collections and parking restrictions.
Huge clouds, thunder, lightning and heavy rain hit Sydney and much of New South Wales in Australia
After Ukraine accuses Russia of disrupting mobile networks, security experts warn that the countries are locked in a cyber stand-off.
After five years of record low base rates, you might think borrowers benefited and savers lost out - but it is not that straightforward, as Dominic Laurie reports.
The head of the Scottish government's fiscal advice group urges SNP ministers to stick with their planned monetary union under independence.
China announces a growth target of 7.5% and reveals plans to raise its defence budget by 12.2%, as it opens its annual parliament session.
India's election will take place from 7 April to 12 May, officials say, in a race pitting Rahul Gandhi's Congress party against the Narendra Modi-led BJP.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE withdraw their ambassadors from Qatar after alleging that the emirate has been meddling in their internal affairs.