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The Duke of Cambridge has arrived in Tokyo as part of a week-long trip to Japan and China.
A court in Bahrain sentences three Shia Muslims to death for last year's bomb attack that killed three police and injured another 13, officials say.
Northern Ireland Electricity say two workers were threatened by masked men in Londonderry last night and ordered to take a suspect package to a police station.
The Public Prosecution Service says it is standing by its decision not to prosecute two people in connection with a toddler's "non-accidental" death.
The hunt for a missing Bristol teenager, who has not been seen for a week, is to continue.
The woman whose gang rape was filmed and shared
The cause of a fatal crash which saw a microlight aircraft plunge to the ground after take off remains a mystery.
UK state-owned bank RBS reports a £3.5bn loss for 2014, down from £9bn loss the previous year.
Channel Islanders experience a minor earthquake but no damage is reported.
Plans for a major offshore wind farms project in the Outer Moray Firth are dealt a blow after the developer fails to secure a UK government deal.
Afghan rescuers are searching for dozens of people believed to be trapped under snow after a series of avalanches that killed at least 187 people.
Laurie Graham, whose husband suffers from dementia, says having a partner with the disease is "like having a child".
Israeli PM's judgment on the stance of Iran nuclear talks 'may not be correct', US Secretary of State John Kerry says, as a row with the US deepens.
Chinese computer maker Lenovo becomes the victim of a cyber-attack following a warning by the US government about software called Superfish.
South Korea's top court revokes a 60-year-old adultery law under which cheating spouses could be jailed, saying it is unconstitutional.
Washington DC becomes the latest place in the US to legalise the possession and use of small amounts of cannabis, stoking tensions with Congress.
Paralympic champion Kelly Gallagher's guide Charlotte Evans misses the Para-alpine World Championships with concussion.
England bowler Steven Finn welcomes plans for a Big Bash-style franchise Twenty20 league in English cricket.
Afghanistan claim their first World Cup victory with a thrilling one-wicket win over Scotland with three balls to spare.
A suicide attack on a Turkish embassy vehicle in the Afghan capital, Kabul, kills at least one, local officials say.