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The search for remaining bodies from a December AirAsia plane crash in the Java Sea ends on Tuesday night, Indonesia's rescue agency confirms.
A schoolgirl who was groomed and abducted by her maths teacher has been offered the chance to meet the man who abused her, her mother says.
A recovery truck that hit a wall, killing a toddler, was driven by his father, a family friend says.
At least 11 activists are arrested in DR Congo for protesting against the detention of pro-democracy activists, officials say.
Bhutan, the world's lowest ranked side, upset Sri Lanka to progress to the next round of the Asian World Cup qualifiers.
Egypt's state prosecutor says a policeman must stand trial on charges of killing activist Shaimaa al-Sabbagh at a protest in Cairo in January.
Television regulator Ofcom launches investigation after TV station Made in Cardiff broadcast offensive language before the watershed.
Local media reports say that passengers had to tackle the man as he charged the cockpit, claiming to have a bomb.
A new method of 3D printing that uses light and oxygen to 'grow' solid objects was inspired by the Terminator 2 film.
The decision to reject a request to film scenes for a James Bond movie in the Senedd chamber is defended by the assembly's presiding officer.
Stress levels among teachers in England are 'soaring', with new data showing stress now accounts for most absence save for maternity.
Five people treated by a dentist investigated for poor hygiene test positive for hepatitis C after the largest recall of patients in NHS history.
Microsoft is about to launch the Band in the UK - a device which combines the features of a smartwatch with a fitness tracker.
France and Germany are to join the UK in becoming members of the Chinese-led Asian development bank, it has emerged.
Three judges are sacked for the 'inexcusable misuse' of their official IT accounts by viewing pornographic material, the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office says.
The BBC Trust overturns a complaint about the use of the word "pikey" in an episode of Top Gear.
Conservative plans would reportedly allow parents to leave homes up to £1m to their children without paying inheritance tax.
Mortgage lending to home buyers went through an unexpectedly large dip at the start of the year.
Petrochemical company Ineos, which runs the Grangemouth plant, starts a community consultation process to try to win support for fracking.
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras is to visit Moscow on 8 April, a month earlier than planned as the indebted eurozone state seeks to avoid bankruptcy.