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The teenagers living with HIV and no treatment
Ricky Burns suffers a unanimous points defeat by American Terence Crawford to lose his WBO world lightweight title.
Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London are aiming to reconstruct people's faces with stem cells taken from their fat.
Figures obtained by the Scottish Liberal Democrats show there were 774 attacks on staff in Scottish A&E departments over a two-year period.
Leading figures on both sides of the Scottish independence debate are marking the campaign entering its final 200 days.
Ronnie O'Sullivan will face Ding Junhui in Sunday's Welsh Open final in Newport following a 6-2 semi-final win over Barry Hawkins.
Russia's upper house of parliament has approved President Putin's request for Russian forces to be used in Ukraine.
Prime Minister David Cameron warns against outside military intervention in Ukraine and says the aim must be to "lower, not escalate, tensions".
How Aborigines 'gardened' the forest to prevent fires
Grappling with 12 Years a Slave in Louisiana
A convicted drug dealer, who was acquitted of the murder of journalist Veronica Guerin, has been seriously injured in a shooting in Dublin.
Russia approves the deployment of troops in Ukraine, prompting Kiev to put its army on full alert as international leaders express alarm.
Andre Schurrle scores a hat-trick at Craven Cottage as Chelsea go four points clear following Arsenal's defeat by Stoke.
Liverpool strengthen their title challenge as victory over Southampton lifts them into second in the Premier League.
Historic changes to the Labour Party's links with the unions are approved at a special conference of members by an overwhelming majority.
UK Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has said that he is "concerned" over the escalation of tensions in Ukraine.
The Aquatics Centre used in the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics has reopened for the first time since the Games.
The Welsh government should have powers over policing, an influential report into the future of devolution is expected to say on Monday.
The Aquatics Centre used in the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics reopens for the first time since the Games.
Labour MP Jack Dromey has accused the the Daily Mail newspaper of "dirty gutter journalism" over its reporting of what it says are historical links between him and a campaign group, the Paedophile Information Exchange.