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Saving Christmas, Kirk Cameron's comedy about the true meaning of the festival, is the big winner at the annual celebration of movie mediocrity, the Razzies.
Authorities should have properly monitored social media, according to the parents of "jihadi bride" Aqsa Mahmood.
Two forgotten Harold Pinter screenplays, which were never made into films, have been re-made as radio plays by the BBC.
A ceremony is being held for missing schoolboy Cameron Comey on Sunday evening as the river search for him continues.
Rafael Nadal is beaten by Fabio Fognini at the Rio Open as he loses his first semi-final on clay for 12 years.
The biggest high tides in two decades are expected to hit parts of the UK coast this morning, which could see coastal flooding in areas.
Australia's security hotline had 18 calls about a self-styled cleric just days before his deadly attack on a Sydney cafe in December, a report says.
Mahela Jayawardene's century helps Sri Lanka avoid a shock defeat by Afghanistan in Pool A of the World Cup.
The family of a Scottish woman suspected of encouraging three London schoolgirls to join militants in Syria says security services "failed".
Rebels in eastern Ukraine agree to begin to pull back heavy weapons from the frontline, a Russian general involved in the truce deal says.
The final countdown to the Oscars is under way with Birdman and Boyhood vying to win best picture at Sunday's ceremony.
Birdman beats Boyhood to the top prize at the Independent Spirit awards, a day before the films go up against each other at the Oscars.
England's dismal start to the World Cup will have no bearing on Monday's match against Scotland, says batsman Ian Bell.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon calls for the SNP to be included in pre-election talks with the civil service in Whitehall.
Turkish troops reportedly cross the Syrian border and pass through Kobane to relieve the garrison at the Suleyman Shah tomb - a Turkish enclave.
Two astronauts spend six hours installing new cabling on the outside of the International Space Station.
The government pledges to double the number of experts who help vulnerable witnesses and victims in courts in England and Wales.
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Thousands of allegations of abuse and neglect of elderly people were made in England last year, the BBC learns.
The fate of Japanese-Latin Americans during World War Two