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A mother of eight is found guilty of fraudulently receiving more than £350,000 in benefits and tax credits.
A man accused of murdering April Jones has told a court he felt sick with "fright and fear" after he said he accidentally knocked her over in his car.
European aid agencies in North Korea say US financial sanctions are severely restricting their attempts to improve agriculture and nutrition there.
The driver whose tweet about an accident with a cyclist has landed her in trouble has admitted that her Twitter post had been stupid.
As Syria's main opposition coalition begins three days of key talks, its leader puts forward a transition plan for the country.
The soldier killed in an attack on a London street is named as father of one Drummer Lee Rigby of the 2nd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
International mining companies operating in Mozambique are failing in their obligation to people displaced by coal mining, says Human Rights Watch.
Recovery efforts in an Oklahoma city hit by a huge tornado are hampered by thunderstorms, as the first victim's funeral is held.
Czech police are looking for a US man suspected of killing a family of four, including two ukulele musicians, in the southern city of Brno.
New ways of measuring the Welsh Ambulance Service's performance will be published as ministers seek to improve the struggling service.
A radio that has the ability to alter scripts and other content depending on its location and other factors is being developed by the BBC.
Chinese scientists trace the rare white colouration in Bengal tigers to a single change in a gene that affects a host of animals, including humans.
Uefa will announce on Friday whether the Europa League winners will be given a qualifying place in the Champions League.
Post-attack uniform advice relaxed
Northern Ireland's first and deputy first ministers set a Christmas deadline for agreement on the questions of flags, parades and the past.
A woman who took to Twitter to say she had knocked a cyclist off his bike tells the BBC it was the "biggest mistake of my life".
A steep decline in foreign students coming to study at UK colleges and language schools prompts fears of a knock-on effect on universities.
Lord Mandelson is appointed to the resurrected ceremonial post of High Steward of Hull.
An 80-year-old Japanese adventurer, Yuichiro Miura, becomes the oldest person to reach the summit of Mount Everest.