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A request to film scenes for the next James Bond movie at the Senedd building in Cardiff Bay was rejected by the National Assembly for Wales.
Two Panda Security antivirus programs marked corrupted files in their own systems as malign, causing them to stop working.
Commerzbank agrees to pay a penalty to US authorities for violating sanctions against businesses in Iran and Sudan and for engaging in money laundering.
The Hubble telescope obtains compelling evidence that Ganymede - the largest moon in the Solar System - has an ocean beneath its icy crust.
Despite being one of the poorest countries in the world, Eritrea is on track to achieve three UN targets aimed at eradicating poverty, as Yalda Hakim reports.
A former soldier and a City trader from the UK who have join the fight against so-called Islamic State in Syria, say they felt compelled to do so after seeing a IS photos and videos.
The personal genetics company 23andMe is setting up a research unit to trawl its growing database for clues about diseases.
MPs approve a backbench motion calling for the UK to spend at least 2% of national income on defence, but the result is not binding on the government.
This is the story of one woman who was sexually exploited as a teenager in Sheffield. Her perpetrators were never brought to justice.
Star Wars producers announce the name of the new stand-alone film, to be directed by Britain's Gareth Edwards and star Felicity Jones.
A pizza franchise stops using human billboards after a council complains they are dangerous and degrading.
Government officials, protesters and commentators struggle to find a solution as violence once again flares up in Ferguson, Missouri.
Police investigating incidents of alleged abuse involving former TV weatherman Fred Talbot submit a report to Scottish prosecutors.
West Ham striker Carlton Cole is fined £20,000 for sending abusive comments to a Tottenham supporter on Twitter.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits all players are guilty of "not always abiding by the rules" during their careers.
More than 80% of pupils in Wales say they learn less when they are taught by a supply teacher.
The bus stops which double as a public library
Waitrose has posted a drop in profit for 2014 as competition for market share in the UK grocery market continues to hit supermarkets' bottom lines.
The Crown Office says a fatal accident inquiry will not be held into a collision between two RAF Tornado jets in 2012.
France investigates an Islamic State killing video which features a French-speaking man said to be related to the 2012 Toulouse gunman, Mohammed Merah.