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With a new baby on the way, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are also moving house, as Daniela Relph reports.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said the UK bears a "very heavy responsibility" with regard to the current migrant crisis emerging from Libya.
Members of a paedophile network which preyed on very young children, including a baby, are found guilty of plotting the abuse at Bristol Crown Court.
A UK financial trader accused of contributing to the 2010 Wall Street "flash crash" appears in court and opposes his extradition to the US.
At least 20 people have died after Angolan police raided the camp of a religious sect, police confirm - they deny reports of 200 deaths.
Images of the hole drilled by thieves into the vault at a Hatton Garden safe deposit company in central London are released by the Met Police.
An Indian farmer dies after he hangs himself from a tree at a farmers' rally addressed by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
India takes Al Jazeera off-air for five days, claiming that it had shown wrong maps of Kashmir.
The mother who abducted her own child
A man is jailed for at least 19 years for stabbing to death joiner Jordan MacKay in South Queensferry.
England captain Steph Houghton says she is "100% sure" she will be fit in time for this summer's World Cup in Canada.
The European Commission charges Gazprom with abusing its dominant market position in Central and Eastern European gas markets.
A paramedic who claimed he was going to help an injured cyclist when he was caught riding his motorbike at 105mph is struck off.
The cast of the Avengers say pages of scripts had to be shredded daily on set to stop details of the new film leaking.
Ronnie O'Sullivan beats qualifier Craig Steadman 10-3 to secure a place in round two of the World Championship.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe expresses "deep remorse" over his country's actions in World War Two, stopping short of the fresh apology demanded by China.
Researchers question the non-hazardous ranking of plastic, saying its environmental impacts are not subject to the same level of scrutiny as other pollutants.
South African soldiers and police conduct a series of raids in an effort to curb attacks on foreign nationals and the looting of shops.
Scientists piece together the evolutionary history of a fascinating group of extinct Caribbean rats, some of which grew to the size of cats.
Two hundred body bags are placed on Brighton beach to highlight the UK's "shameful" response to the Mediterranean migrant crisis.