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12 Years a Slave wins three Oscars including best picture, while Gravity picks up seven including best director.
Onlookers at a lake in Queensland watched a water python kill and swallow a crocodile. How do they do this?
The makers of games including the Grand Theft Auto series will be presented with a Bafta fellowship at this year's British Academy Games Awards
Muslim children who risk being radicalised by their parents should be taken into care as victims of child abuse, London Mayor Boris Johnson says.
The family of one of 10 people shot dead by soldiers in Ballymurphy in 1971 applies to a coroner to have his body exhumed.
President Barack Obama warns Israel of 'international fallout' if it does not endorse a US framework for a peace deal with the Palestinians, as Israel's PM visits Washington.
Sony is creating 26 new jobs at its manufacturing base in Bridgend to meet increasing demand.
The police watchdog begins an investigation into Gloucestershire Constabulary's contact with murder victim Hollie Gazzard prior to her death.
More than one million people taking part in an online "social experiment" have completed a game of Pokemon.
Russia tightens military grip on the Crimea
Birmingham City Football Club owner Carson Yeung is found guilty of five counts of money laundering by a court in Hong Kong.
Business reporter Stephanie McGovern looks at how the new "Two Together Railcard" would work - and how it had been received
The Secretary of State turns down requests for a mental health charity to be compensated for the money it spent on improvements at Hillsborough Castle.
A 52-year-old man is in a critical but stable condition after an attack in County Londonderry on Sunday night.
The key athletes at the Sochi Paralympics
Coombe Abbey Country Park in Coventry is being searched by police investigating the disappearance of teenager Nicola Payne 22 years ago.
The winners and on-stage antics
The DJ is taken to hospital for an X-ray after he swallowed glass in a coffee mug during his show.
Thorntons chief executive Jonathan Hart discusses the company's profits, which have risen 47%, and says their customer base continues to be "very loyal".
Colin Paterson speaks to U2 singer Bono at the Oscars.