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It's Safer Internet Day, so here's a guide to sharing pictures of children safely online.
The chances of winning the monthly £100,000 prizes, among others, will be slimmer from May.
Simon Brodkin, known for his comedy character Lee Nelson, posed as a fake act on Britain's Got Talent. He said he thought Simon Cowell would 'find the whole thing funny'.
According to some predictions, robots will go on to replace people in a third of UK jobs by 2030.
An ex-wife sees her maintenance payments increased 15 years after her divorce.
Seven-time Paralympic swimming champion Sascha Kindred announces his retirement after a 23-year international career.
IAAF president Lord Coe insists he did not mislead an MPs' inquiry over what he knew about the state-sponsored doping program in Russia.
BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker was left red-faced after getting a reporters name wrong.
Brandon Marshall, who is 6ft 11.5ins (2.12m) tall, hopes to become a professional basketball player.
French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy to stand trial in illegal campaign finance case, judicial sources say
The White House has attacked the media for under-reporting certain terror attacks: is their anger justified?
Former England scrum-half Matt Dawson tells BBC Sport about his battles - and friendship - with South Africa's Joost van der Westhuizen.
Amnesty International says as many as 13,000 people, most of them civilian opposition supporters, have been executed in secret at a prison in Syria.
The Commons Speaker is criticised for saying he is opposed to Donald Trump addressing Parliament.
UK aid money going to richer developing nations should be restricted, an independent watchdog says.