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Russia's president has warned of "catastrophic consequences" if the rouble continues to slide. The BBC examines how we got here.
A report finds 132 young people in Birmingham are suffering or are vulnerable to sexual exploitation.
The deadline for an Iran nuclear deal is extended to the end of June after talks in Vienna failed to reach a comprehensive agreement.
Switzerland's Bern Art Museum has agreed to accept hundreds of artworks bequeathed by German Nazi-era art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt.
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Glyndwr University has its right to sponsor international students reinstated by the Home Office.
Labour says it would introduce a system of licensing to clamp down on "rogue" recruitment agencies, saying some workers' wages are being undercut.
Ukraine's president says he intends to hold a referendum on joining Nato, in a move likely to anger Russia.
A Belgian mining firm "consistently lied" about the bulldozing of hundreds of homes in DR Congo and should pay compensation, Amnesty International says.
Jose Socrates, Portugal's prime minister between 2005 and 2011, is questioned again by a judge on suspicion of corruption and money laundering.
Health workers have taken part in their second strike of the autumn. Once again disruption looks like it has been limited, but that does not mean it is a dispute that will peter out, says Nick Triggle.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen vows to act after the Christmas attraction he helped to create was forced to close because of complaints
Argentina has expressed discontent to the BBC over its "inadequate" handling of complaints about a Top Gear special filmed in the country.
Owen Paterson says EU members are planning to form a 'new country' that Britain would never join.
A man who beat a mother, her two children and their grandmother to death at their home near Swansea 15 years ago launches a fresh application to get his conviction overturned.
Billy Vunipola is ruled out of England's Test against Australia with concussion and replaced by Thomas Waldrom.
The Duke of Cambridge is to visit China in 2015 after an invitation from the Chinese government, the BBC understands.
A survey from family lawyers says family break-up can damage GCSE and A-level results and children's health.
An Israeli border police officer is charged with the manslaughter of a Palestinian teenager at a demonstration in the occupied West Bank in May.
The BBC examines why it is so important to broker a deal on Iran's nuclear future, as talks continue in Vienna.