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The hazards of drowning in too much stuff
Former soldiers take to the stage
The last photograph taken of Sir Winston Churchill is among items belonging to his family that have gone on display at his former home, Chartwell.
Louis van Gaal says "everything" was against Manchester United after their 0-0 FA Cup draw with Cambridge United.
Five Lebanese government soldiers are killed in clashes with militants near the Syrian border, the Lebanese army says.
New proposals for TV election debates do not include parties from Northern Ireland, it is confirmed.
Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Sir Winston Churchill, one of Britain's greatest leaders.
The US Supreme Court will hear the case of three death row inmates who say the use of the sedative midazolam in executions is cruel and unusual punishment.
Invictus Games competitor Corie Mapp wins gold for Great Britain in the first ever Para bobsleigh World Cup race.
Danish currency trading specialist said it could afford to absorb losses if customers failed to meet their obligations
The death of former state prosecutor Alberto Nisman leads to conspiracy theories and questions in Argentina, the BBC's Wyre Davies reports from Buenos Aires.
Pop star Ed Sheeran is measured by Madame Tussauds ahead of the creation of his waxwork effigy.
How threatened is the Davos elite by the surge in support for new populist and nationalist parties?
Investors respond to Mario Draghi's plan to revive flagging eurozone economies by selling the euro, pushing sterling to a seven-year high.
Pinterest is planning to tell advertisers more about what its users are posting in a bid to help target ads.
The US and Cuba have begun their historic negotiations to re-establish diplomatic relations, but one US policy remains a stumbling block for Cuba.
Amir Khan holds talks with Manny Pacquiao over a potential fight, but Floyd Mayweather remains Pacquiao's priority.
UK net firms have criticised attempts to revive a "snoopers' charter" by adding it into draft legislation currently before the House of Lords.
Women are almost two thirds more likely to believe in God than men, and other nuggets.
A pub chef and manager are jailed after a Christmas meal they served left a woman dead and dozens of others ill with food poisoning.