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A powerful car bomb kills four people near the international airport compound in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
The Liberal Democrats could join up with "any other coalition partner" after the next general election, the party's justice minister says.
Live updates as Real Madrid look to extend their La Liga lead
Austerity is here to stay and there is room for further cuts within police forces, the Chief Inspector of Constabulary Sir Tom Winsor says.
Passengers at Stansted Airport are delayed by up to an hour on Sunday after a Ryanair plane dropped arriving passengers off at a departures gate.
Premier League QPR's poor run in the FA Cup continues as they are beaten by League One side Sheffield United at home.
Flights into Kenya's main airport are being diverted after a plane crash-landed on the runway in the capital Nairobi.
Woman arrested on suspicion of drink driving after two police officers hit by car and seriously injured in Tipton
The victim of a racially-motivated hate crime in west Belfast has told the BBC he wants to leave the area immediately.
Germany expects Greece to uphold the terms of its international bailout agreement, a spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel says.
Police officers from across the US are to attend the funeral of the second New York policeman shot dead in a patrol car last month.
Hundreds of firefighters are continuing to tackle some of the worst bushfires to hit South Australia for more than 30 years.
Officials in Nigeria say Boko Haram has seized a town and a military base used by a multinational force set up to fight the Islamist group.
Brad Pitt leads a sing-along at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in a bid to encourage the correct pronunciation of actor David Oyelowo's name.
Charities face ongoing challenges to raise funds, but the internet has provided a winning formula with viral internet campaigns raising millions.
A Syrian dental student explains why he chose to make the dangerous journey to Italy on board a ship that was abandoned by its crew at sea.
Security forces in Bangladesh stop opposition leader Khaleda Zia from leaving her party offices and ban all protests in the capital.
French director Jean-Luc Godard's Goodbye to Language is named best picture of 2014 at the 49th annual US National Society of Film Critics awards.
Pope Francis names 20 new cardinals, including churchmen from Tonga, Ethiopia and Myanmar.
Saracens players wear impact sensors behind their ears against London Irish as the club launches a concussion research programme.