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A collection of poems, drawings and skits by John Lennon is to be auctioned at Sotheby's.
Rescue workers in US state of Washington
Ethiopia's government is using imported technology to spy on the phones and computers of its perceived opponents, a Human Rights Watch report says.
CCTV of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius kissing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp has been shown at his murder trial.
The Daily Politics looks at extra powers the Scottish Parliament could gain, should Scotland reject independence.
Dan Evans is included in Britain's Davis Cup squad, alongside Andy Murray, to face Italy next month.
The amount of money spent on services for teenagers in England has fallen by 36% in the past two years, according to figures released to the BBC.
Adding fluoride to water supplies should be considered by councils to improve dental health, the government's public health advisory body says.
Doctors are using the internet and basic software to help improve the treatment and diagnosis of patients in remote areas of Afghanistan.
FA chairman Greg Dyke offers to meet the widow of former England striker Jeff Astle, to discuss what it is doing to analyse head injuries in the game.
The band Foster the People join BBC Breakfast to talk about their new music and why they are not a political band
Conifers growing in the same Highland glen have been identified as being four of the tallest trees in Britain.
UK house prices accelerate, with prices in January up 6.8% compared with a year earlier, official figures show.
The head of Malaysia Airlines says his possible resignation is "a personal decision" that he will consider "later".
Seven million people died as a result of air pollution in 2012, the World Health Organization estimates.
A baby who had a bullet lodged in his head during Sunday's attack on a church near Kenya's coastal city of Mombasa is flown to the capital Nairobi for treatment.
Manufacturing giant Siemens and the UK's Associated British Ports are to invest a total of £310m in UK wind turbine factories, creating 1,000 jobs.
A two-storey house in Essex with just three rooms and no indoor bathroom is put up for sale.
How do you mourn for someone when there's no body?
Why black boxes can't always provide the answers