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MPs take evidence on the treatment of financial services consumers.
Anti-mafia police have released unprecedented secretly-filmed footage of an initiation ritual.
As the US Congress debates legislation to approve the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, the BBC look at the history of the long-in-development project.
A 65-year-old furniture store worker from Belfast has won almost £13m in the Euromillions jackpot.
Reigning champions Nigeria are desperate to emerge from Wednesday's last 2015 Nations Cup qualifiers with one of the six remaining finals spots.
Off-the-cuff remarks about digging dirt on journalists who write negative things about Uber have not gone down well with the press.
The case of B2 in the Supreme Court puts the focus onto people living without a nationality.