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Animated film Room on the Broom scoops a prize at the British Animation Awards, less than a week after losing out at the Oscars.
South Africa expels three Rwandan diplomats in connection with an attack on the home of an exiled Rwandan dissident, diplomatic sources say.
A female US Army captain who says a general sexually assaulted her weeps as she tells a court he threatened to kill her family.
After ceasing publication last summer, one man has risked all, by reviving the European Rail Timetable, the backpacker's bible
Adam Swift scores two tries as St Helens beat Hull KR to extend their perfect Super League start to four matches.
Pro-Russian soldiers reportedly briefly take over a Ukrainian military base outside Sevastopol, as tensions continue on the Crimean peninsula.
A man and a woman are charged with causing or allowing the death of a two-year-old girl who ingested the heroin substitute methadone.
A former head teacher is cleared of acting inappropriately by asking a police officer to tell pupils off for not smiling for a photo.
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is expected to field just one candidate in May's European election.
The 2014 Winter Paralympics are opened by Russian president Vladimir Putin in a spectacular opening ceremony in Sochi.
Saudi Arabia designates the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organisation, along with two jihadist groups fighting with the Syrian rebels.
England coach Stuart Lancaster says a win over Wales can have a psychological impact on next year's World Cup.
The heads of Russia's two houses of parliament say they will support Crimea if the region votes to leave Ukraine in a referendum on 16 March.
That Carson Yeung can retain a 15% stake in Birmingham despite being sentenced to six years in jail shows the flaws in the system, says David Bond
Some primary schools will struggle to comply with Nick Clegg's free school meal scheme, a senior Tory MP warns.
Head coach Scott Johnson rejects the notion that his pack could be outmuscled by the French at Murrayfield.
Mamoru Samuragochi, one of Japan's most famous composers, officially apologises for pretending to be deaf. He was exposed last month by a music teacher, who also claimed that he wrote all of his music for him in secret for 18 years.
Veteran Today presenter John Humphreys teams up with an unlikely musical partner for an impromptu duet.
A newlywed whose husband urgently needs a double lung transplant urges more people to register as organ donors.
The Canadian Supreme Court upholds the sexual assault conviction of a man who poked holes in the condoms he wore during sex with his girlfriend.