The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
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A man is convicted of subjecting two women and seven children to horrific sexual and physical abuse.
Ghana's President John Mahama says he and other African leaders will discuss plans next week to "deal permanently" with Boko Haram militants.
Mark Allen scraps to victory over Joe Perry to reach the semi-finals of the Masters at Alexandra Palace.
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The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court begins examining whether to investigate alleged war crimes in the Palestinian territories.
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Cardiff council issues more than 3,500 penalty charge notices in a single month for drivers using city bus lanes.
A schools watchdog says too many schools in England appear to be selecting pupils by the back door.
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Three journalists are cleared of plotting to pay officials while working at the Sun newspaper.
The executive producer of Top Gear says the BBC has 'lost trust' in the show after 2014 proved to be the programme's "annus horribilis".
The UK and US are to stage a series of cyber war games to defend against online attacks. What form will they take?
An ex-children's home manager who was due to face trial for sex abuse charges is found dead at his home.
There is "heightened concern" about the risk to Jewish communities in the UK following the terror attacks in France, police warn.
An assault trial hears how a Scotland rugby international was dressed as Batman when he allegedly attacked an amateur player in Glasgow.