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First Minister Carwyn Jones calls for Wales to be offered the same powers as Scotland and accuses the UK government of a "piecemeal approach" to devolution.
A manhunt is under way after the bodies of a couple in their 50s were found at a house in Surrey, as Duncan Kennedy reports
A 10-hour production of Tolstoy's epic novel War and Peace, featuring John Hurt, will dominate BBC Radio 4's output on New Year's Day.
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An investigation is under way after a 13-month-old baby girl died at a nursery in Edinburgh.
Woman on subway flaunts Iran's dress code
Novelist PD James has died, aged 94, her agent confirms
A Belfast school has apologised after complaints were made about a worksheet on religious views on homosexuality.
Electronic devices sold in the US are no longer required to display certain regulatory symbols and text, thanks to a new law.
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Australia legend Shane Warne wants the cricket world to support bowler Sean Abbott following the death of Phillip Hughes.
Cross-code signing Sam Burgess is named on Bath's bench for Friday's Premiership game against Harlequins.
US and Yemeni special forces who freed eight people held by al-Qaeda in a raid in eastern Yemen this week were also looking for Western hostages.
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A coroner breaks down in tears while summing up the inquest in to the death of a soldier killed in Afghanistan.
Tanzania's prime minister is under parliamentary pressure to resign over alleged fraudulent payments worth $120m (£76m) to an energy firm.
More than 70% of fresh chickens being sold in the UK are contaminated with the Campylobachter bug, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) reveals.
Spanish leader Mariano Rajoy tells MPs that most politicians are not corrupt, a day after his health minister stepped down over a kick-back scandal.
A landmark vote at the European Parliament has called for Google's search business to be separated from its other businesses.
The latest immigration figures show either a "total scandal or long-standing con trick" by the Conservatives, UKIP says.