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The divisions facing Pakistan and the UK on security issues
Hundreds of Rangers fans gather outside the main door of Ibrox Stadium to protest against the club's board.
Nottingham Forest boss Stuart Pearce is "not a great coach, tactician or motivator", says ex-England defender Danny Mills.
The Twitter accounts of the New York Post and United Press International (UPI) have been hacked with fake tweets on economic and military news.
The way some images have been drip-fed from the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission at Comet 67P should prompt a rethink on data policies, the organisation's chief says.
Leicester keep alive their slim hopes of reaching the Champions Cup knockout stages with a bonus-point win over Scarlets.
The US Supreme Court will rule this year on whether gay couples have a right to marry across all states.
Army bomb experts are tasked to a security alert in Belfast city centre.
A man is charged with arson after a spate of fires in Oxfordshire, including one that caused major damage to a council headquarters.
Some 2,000 people stage a protest in Vienna after a lesbian couple were thrown out of a renowned cafe in Austria's capital for kissing.
World number one Rory McIlroy records his first professional hole-in-one on day two of the Abu Dhabi Championship.
Heavy snowfall across southern and central Scotland on Friday evening leads to long delays on major transport networks.
A blogger is facing the prospect of having to sell her home after the deadline to pay libel damages to the chief executive of Carmarthenshire council passed.
The Championship match between Rangers and Hearts at Ibrox is abandoned at 0-0 after 25 minutes due to snow on the pitch.
A golden eagle that escaped from a Bedfordshire falconer is found.
A debate on a former Royal Marine's murder conviction for killing an Afghan insurgent is postponed at the request of his family.
Many children orphaned by Ebola are being shunned by their communities over fears they may bring the disease back with them.
Detectives investigating the suspected murder of a Cardiff woman find a body on an allotment.
A police borough commander is sacked by a disciplinary panel for giving details of a "sensitive" police investigation to a journalist.
A teenager is arrested by counter-terrorism officers as she arrives on a flight at Stansted Airport.