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A man in charge of a fireworks display held on the night of a motorway crash in which seven people died is cleared of breaching health and safety laws.
Two French soldiers have been killed in overnight fighting in the Central African Republic, the French presidency says.
Will tinkering save the UK economy?
Top Western diplomats are due in the Ukrainian capital Kiev as police move to break the blockade of government buildings by pro-EU protesters.
Official figures show a 14% fall in the number of racist incidents recorded by police in Scotland in 2012-13.
The founder of French company PIP, which distributed defective breast implants, is sentenced to four years in prison for fraud.
Teachers at a schools group under government investigation were ordered to "spoon-feed" students, ex-staff claim.
A house fire that killed three people may have been started by one of those that died in a murder-suicide bid, detectives say.
Oscar-nominated actress Eleanor Parker, who was best-known for playing the baroness in The Sound of Music, dies aged 91.
South Korea's president warns ties with North Korea could become more unstable after the purge of key powerbroker Chang Song-thaek.
Five European coach companies are testing eye tracking equipment as part of an experiment designed to prevent coach crashes.
A wildlife centre in Norfolk says it is struggling to cope after more than 100 seal pups were found injured following last week's flooding.
Canada signals its intention to claim the North Pole and some of the surrounding Arctic waters on its Atlantic coast.
Dropping Swann could help England's Ashes hopes
Coach Andy Flower says England will make changes for the third Ashes Test on Friday as they seek to overturn a 2-0 deficit.
Paving slabs bearing the lyrics of paedophile rock star Ian Watkins in his home town are "tainted" and should be pulled up, a children's charity says.
England rest Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson and Graeme Swann for their ODI and T20 series against Australia.
Health boards across the country must learn lessons from failings at Wales' largest health board, assembly members are warning.
It was a season with five wins, but Tiger Woods’s 2013 campaign had something major missing, says BBC Sport golf correspondent Iain Carter
Scientists say they are in for an anxious wait as they prepare to wake the comet-chasing Rosetta probe from deep-space hibernation.