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Two more women are arrested by detectives investigating the 1972 abduction and murder of Belfast woman Jean McConville.
The Banksy picture at the centre of a row over ownership is moved from a youth club by police and taken to Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery.
The BBC and Sky's video-on-demand apps simultaneously experience a fault on iPhones and iPads that prevents TV shows from streaming.
Gareth Bale proves he can be a game-changer on the big occasion for Real Madrid with the winner in the Copa del Rey final
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
A man who beheaded his teenage girlfriend with a kitchen knife at his flat in Sheffield is found guilty of her murder.
Bad weather, murky water and strong currents are hampering the search for survivors of a stricken South Korean ferry, from which almost 300 people are missing.
The son of one of the four men who died when a mine in the Swansea Valley flooded tells a court he "knew straight away there was no chance for them boys".
The Metropolitan Police say they have seized one of their biggest hauls of firearms, including assault rifles and a machine gun.
Russia's President Putin says he hopes he won't have to exercise his "right" to send troops into Ukraine, as crisis talks are held with Western leaders in Geneva.
Iran has neutralised half of its higher-enriched uranium stockpile, in keeping with a deal agreed earlier this year, the world's nuclear watchdog says.
Three people were killed in a raid on a base in eastern Ukraine overnight, the country's interior minister says, as the US, Russia, the EU and Ukraine begin crisis talks in Geneva.
The battle over Britain's level crossings
More than 300 call centre jobs are to be created in Londonderry as a result of an investment by an American corporation.
As ferry sank, students sent parents harrowing text messages
Engineers are still trying to establish what caused a power cut which blacked out most of northern Scotland on Wednesday night.
A giant light installation in an old gas storage tank in Germany, works by French sculptor Auguste Rodin and US photographer Robert Mapplethorpe side by side in Paris - and more from the world of arts.
The tests carried out by a forensic expert for Oscar Pistorius' murder trial are being rigorously challenged by the state prosecutor in South Africa.
Retirees could be told how long they are likely to live after stopping work, says pensions minister Steve Webb.
The discovery of another buzzard's body brings the number of birds of prey found dead in Ross-shire to 20.