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Watch Jordan Chiedozie's spectacular 30-yard strike for Concord Rangers against Mansfield in the first round of the FA Cup.
Extreme cold weather is gripping large parts of the United States, with temperatures of freezing or below recorded in all 50 states.
A UN committee adopts a motion urging the Security Council to refer North Korea over its human rights record to the International Criminal Court.
The FA ask the official England band to stop playing during the friendly with Scotland because of anti-IRA chanting.
TV physicist Brian Cox and the visual effects team behind Gravity are to create a new 3D live show using a cutting-edge augmented reality system.
England's win in Scotland was best since World Cup
A trade union puts forward a cost-cutting proposal aimed at saving 500 jobs at the closure-threatened JTI Gallahers plant in County Antrim.
Returning British Ebola nurse frustrated at Sierra Leone situation
The attack at a Jerusalem synagogue which left four rabbis and a policeman dead appears on several front pages.
Government changes to housing benefit should not apply to people whose spare room has been converted into a safe refuge to protect them from a violent ex-partner, lawyers will argue later.
The US invented the concept of soft power, and pioneered its use, but does it work, and are other nations cottoning on, asks Ritula Shah?
The number of lightning strikes across the UK has been significantly affected by solar activity, according to new research.
A British-led consortium outlines its plans to land a robotic probe, paid for by public donations, on the Moon in 10 years' time.
Patients with diabetes are missing out on vital prescriptions that let them keep tabs on their condition, despite repeated warnings, says a UK charity.
A timelapse video showing thousands of planes coming in and out of the UK has been released by NATS.
Hacktivists tackle far-right group with social media attacks
Get On Up shows James Brown 'warts and all'
Nicola Sturgeon is expected to be voted in as Scotland's first minister by parliament, after Alex Salmond stepped down from the role.
Recalling the day two Birmingham pubs were attacked, killing 21
The ancient fortress city embracing the modern world