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The biggest threat to an orderly resolution of Greece's new debt crisis is that the European Central Bank ceases to fund Greece's banks.
A 45-year-old woman is due in court on an attempted murder charge following a stabbing in west Belfast.
The ruins that still make China angry with Britain
Katy Perry uses a giant tiger, Lenny Kravitz and backing dancers dressed as sharks to wow the crowds with her Super Bowl halftime performance.
Snowfall in Gwynedd and Anglesey forces a number of schools to close for the day.
A new version of the credit card-sized Raspberry Pi computer, offering more memory and processing power than before, is put on sale.
Political dilemma over response to High Street chain's boss
A 58-year-old man from Scotland dies after falling ill while climbing a mountain in the Andes in Argentina.
A 53-year-old man dies in police custody, the Dyfed-Powys force confirms.
Ed Miliband is expected to criticise the boss of Boots after he warned a Labour government would be a "catastrophe".
Capital's population hits 70-year high - and other facts
A campaign by a terminally ill doctor to encourage healthcare staff to introduce themselves to patients is being supported by more than 90 NHS organisations.
BBC Inside Out reveals how an increasing number of cyclists and drivers are using small cameras to catch professional drivers who drive badly.
BBC Inside Out reports on a medical breakthrough as a paralysed man is given his first bionic limb, fitted by a British prosthetics pioneer.
The soap's bosses say the presenter and ex-Strictly Come Dancing contestant will send 'sparks flying'.
A 23-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a woman in Greater Manchester.
Irish airline Ryanair raises its guidance for annual profits, but warns shareholders and analysts to "temper expectations" for the following year.
As Australian PM Tony Abbott's approval rating tumbles below 30% with rumblings of a leadership challenge, what are the key issues that have alienated voters?
Plans for education spending in England by the Conservatives could mean bigger cuts for the Welsh government, the Liberal Democrats claim.
More medical helicopter landing sites are being identified and others improved so they can be used around the clock as part of a new flying doctors' service which starts in April.