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Terror raids in Paris and Lyon lead to the arrest of eight men suspected of recruiting fighters for Islamist militants in Syria.
Members of the public put their concerns over HS2 to MPs
One man has been sacked and three others have had their operating licences suspended after hidden cameras filmed alleged mistreatment of animals at a North Yorkshire slaughterhouse.
Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko did not accidentally kill himself after handling nuclear material, his widow tells the inquiry into his death.
Too much jogging may be as bad for you as not putting on your running shoes at all, a report in the journal of the American College of Cardiology says.
Sending young people to university is a "disaster" for those who are more suited to apprenticeships, Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb says.
Parts of UK wake up to blanket of snow
Shell is proposing a plan to lift the entire Brent Delta platform, one of the North Sea's original, onto ships for dismantling at a dry dock.
Satanists dismiss claims that a Derbyshire district is a "hotbed of Satanism" or the "Satanic capital of Britain".
Robin Williams' widow and children go to court in a dispute over the late comedian's estate.
A new structure, new signings and the chance to see a lesser-spotted Crowe - what does rugby league have to offer in 2015?
A triple murderer loses his challenge at the European Court of Human Rights against his whole-life prison sentence.
Like cyclists in a peloton, birds solve their flocking dilemma by taking it in turns, research reveals.
Online grocer Ocado reports a full-year pre-tax profit for the first time since launching in 2000 as sales jump to almost £1bn.
The Scottish government announces it is ending automatic early release for prisoners jailed for more than four years.
Water customers in England and Wales will see their bills fall by an average of 2% - or £9 - over the coming year, the industry has announced.
Labour rejects fresh criticism from senior business figures, including ex-M&S boss Lord Rose, suggesting attacks on its policies are politically motivated.
An estimated average of 114.4 million people watched Sunday's Super Bowl in the US on NBC, according to initial figures.
The Greek finance minister told me how he with his "left-wing heart" is making common cause with hedge fund managers and bankers
A vote of no confidence is adopted by a lecturers' union in a college governing body after it approved a 46% pay for its principal.