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Almost half of the length of Devon and Cornwall's main rail lines are at risk of flooding because of climate change, an internal Network Rail report says.
Giorgos Christides reports from Greece on the rise of Syriza under leader Alexis Tsipras.
Scientists have built the biggest battery in Europe, to see if it can store power locally, rather than rely on the national grid. It could cut consumer's energy bills.
Tiny microbes uncovered by the deepest-ever marine drilling expedition are analysed by scientists to see how they can survive under the seabed.
ECB managing director Paul Downton says he would be surprised if Alastair Cook is not captain at the World Cup.
Trinidad's music pirates are still at large
The tech thwarting shopping's "returnaholics"
Retail guru Mary Portas accuses the government of making "token gestures" in response to her 2011 review into how to rejuvenate struggling High Streets.
The BBC's Sarah Rainsford meets a couple - Irina Shumilova and Alyona Fursova - who have defied prejudice to marry in Russia, where same-sex marriage is still not permitted.
Derby County manager Steve McClaren calls on the Football Association to take retrospective action against divers.
Thousands of government supporters march in Venezuela to protest against sanctions approved by the US Congress last week.
The hostage-taking that shocked Australia is the lead story in most of the day's papers, with powerful images of people fleeing the scene on front pages.
The tennis star Martina Navratilova has married her long-term partner Julia Lemigova in New York.
The government is trying to boost culture as part of its plans for a "northern powerhouse". With great music, drama and art, does the north of England need it?
Could super-councils be the next stage in the devolution of power from Whitehall, asks Prof Tony Travers?
Joan Bakewell on her friend Prunella Scales and the battle against dementia
The Russian central bank announces a huge rise in its key interest rate - to 17% from 10.5% - to try to stem the rouble's fall.
Ross Barkley's strike helps Everton move into the top half of the Premier League with victory over Queens Park Rangers.
A city fund manager who lost his job after being caught fare-dodging has now been banned from working in the financial services industry, as Gareth Furby reports
Former player and assistant coach Phil Neville says Manchester United are now genuine title contenders.