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How did Nigeria's Boko Haram become so strong?
US Air Force UFO secrets revealed
The Burmese government say investigations are continuing into the rape and murder of two teachers last week.
The Church of England will consecrate its first female bishop, Reverend Libby Lane, in a ceremony at York Minster later.
The 100-year-old camera that has captured readers' lives
The American who changed the look of Sherlock Holmes
Australia awards a knighthood to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, a year after the honour was re-introduced by Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
FA Cup carnage: Who's still standing and who can go all the way to Wembley in most open competition in years.
BBC Inside Out reveals a 'lost world' with the discovery of a remarkable submerged forest thousands of years old underneath the sea off eastern England.
How a controversial banner depicting an Anderlecht player's decapitated head came to be unfurled at a game in Belgium.
Nine of Scotland's 14 health boards say they are facing increased demand from people with hearing loss.
Over a third of children in care who have siblings are having to live apart from any of them, suggests research by a children's charity.
A committee of MPs has called for a moratorium on shale gas fracking on the grounds that it could derail efforts to tackle climate change.
People should be able to choose to vote online in the 2020 general election, a commission set up by Commons Speaker John Bercow concludes.
The euro falls sharply against the dollar after the anti-austerity Syriza party wins the Greek general election.
A table at which Emily Bronte wrote Wuthering Heights and her sister Charlotte wrote Jane Eyre is returned to the family home.
A health campaign is urging people not to ignore heartburn, because it could be a sign of stomach or oesophageal cancer.
The popularity of cosmetic surgery in the UK has plummeted in 2014, figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons show.
A "profiteering" care agency took hundreds of pounds from low-paid carers who were desperate for work, a BBC London investigation finds.
The impact of the dramatic general election in Greece, won by the anti-austerity Syriza party, is covered on many of the front pages.