Equatorial Guinea kick off the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday, two months after they replaced Morocco as hosts.
Many schools have yet to decide what sixth-form courses they will teach later this year as exam changes loom, Ucas says.
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France's Ken Vuagnoux is the main beneficiary as he goes from fourth position to first after his three rivals are involved in a crash at the snowboard cross world championships in Kreischberg, Austria.
The US says it is to send 400 troops and hundreds of support staff to train moderate rebels against Islamic State (IS) in Syria.
Currency broker and West Ham sponsor Alpari UK files for insolvency following the Swiss National Bank's decision to end its link to the Swiss franc cap with the euro.
Pakistanis protesting over a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad published in France clash with police in Karachi, after days of similar rallies.
Islamist militants targeted in a Belgian anti-terror raid were planning to kill policemen in the street and at police stations, prosecutors say.
Pope Francis is keen to spread his message of tackling poverty across the world, says Caroline Wyatt.
A woman believed to be the last person living in the UK who was born in the reign of Queen Victoria dies, aged 114.
A man who auctioned his ex-fiancee's honeymoon place on eBay suffers another setback as the highest bidder withdraws.
David Warner leads Australia to victory over an England side who were saved from embarrassment by Eoin Morgan.
Installing more wind turbines will make the UK's energy market more resilient to price shocks in the global fossil fuel markets, an independent report concludes.
An Australian nurse who has been working at an Ebola treatment centre Sierra Leone has been transferred to the UK after potential contact with Ebola.
The former owner of a disputed Caravaggio has lost his battle for compensation from a London auction house.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp laughs off rumours he is facing the sack but admits any decision is out of his hands.
A 25-year-old man appears before magistrates charged with attempted murder at a Tesco supermarket in Flintshire.
The first in a series of reports on the Smith Commission looks at the new power the Scottish Parliament could have over fixed odds betting terminals.
The number of people waiting more than four hours to be seen at A&E units in Wales rises to the highest level since October 2009.
Three female rhinos escaped from Israel's safari zoo after one of the security guards fell asleep by an open side gate.