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Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych intends to sign an EU association deal after all, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton tells reporters.
Hundreds of primary schools in England fail to hit tougher literacy and numeracy targets brought in this year.
Around 40 flights out of Heathrow are expected to be cancelled over the next few hours after fog disrupted schedules on Wednesday.
The pilot of a plane which crash landed in the back garden of a house in Cheltenham was confused about the autopilot, a report says.
The troubled Co-operative Group has appointed Labour's former City minister, Lord Myners, to lead a review into how the group is run.
Ahead of the announcement of a timetable for the shutdown of FM radio transmitters, some are rebelling against the switch to digital.
Calls to 'freephone' numbers will be free from mobile phones as well as landlines, says the telecoms regulator, Ofcom, as a shake up is announced.
Former Thai PM Abhisit Vejjajiva is formally charged with murder over the 2010 crackdown, as protests continue in Bangkok.
The sign language interpreter accused of using fake hand signals at Nelson Mandela's memorial says he suffered a schizophrenic episode.
A house teetering on the edge of a Norfolk cliff following last week's tidal surge is to be demolished.
The family of a British doctor imprisoned over a year ago by the Syrian government say they are growing increasingly concerned for his mental health.
Captain Alastair Cook says his 100th Test will be the "toughest" of his career as England look to to turn around the Ashes.
A helpline set up following the suspension of a liver specialist at a Cardiff hospital receives more than 40 calls.
On Wednesday leaders from the G8 nations committed to finding a cure or treatment for dementia by 2025.
GB fighters hope to banish memories of a disappointing World Championships at the inaugural Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.
The pilot of a South Korean plane which crashed in the US was "stressed" landing without a key guidance system, an inquiry reveals.
A powerful explosion in the Afghan capital, Kabul, was an accident at a depot for unexploded ordinance, Afghan officials say.
Bangladesh Supreme Court upholds death sentence for Islamist leader Abdul Kader Mullah, convicted of crimes against humanity.
Electronic cigarettes should be banned in public places but without alienating smokers who are trying to give up, say health officials.
The Department for Regional Development pays more than £21m in the last five years in compensation for personal injuries and damage to vehicles.