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The secret history behind GI Joe’s success
Russia says it will give Ukraine a new tranche of a $15bn aid package in what is seen as a boost to President Viktor Yanukovych, who faces mass protests.
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One of the UK's leading experts in early years teaching is to conduct a review of how it is carried out in Scotland.
Five of the seven Japanese divers missing off the Indonesian island of Bali since Friday have been found alive, officials say.
After years of stories of companies shifting production abroad, now the opposite is starting to happen - a process some are calling "re-shoring".
The BBC takes a look at key moments of the 2014 Bafta ceremony in one minute.
Roy Hodgson says Brazil will host a successful World Cup despite potential problems with stadiums and protests.
Police in County Tyrone criticise as "mindless" an attack on their vehicles while officers went to the scene of a sudden death.
Bank Mellat, Iran's largest private bank, is suing the UK government for $4bn (£2.4bn) in damages after the Supreme Court quashed sanctions against it.
Iran warns it may send forces into Pakistan if it does not take action to free five border guards seized in Sistan Baluchistan earlier this month.
A late strike from Yannick Sagbo averts an upset as Hull snatch a draw away to Brighton in the FA Cup fifth round.
Cardiff's hosting of a highlight in Europe's footballing calendar will help the city in its bid to land Euro 2020, says the Football Association of Wales.
The US State Department says Venezuela's accusations that it is helping to organise anti-government protests are "baseless and false".
The co-pilot of an Ethiopian Airlines plane flying from Addis Ababa to Rome hijacks the aircraft and lands in Geneva to seek asylum, police say.
Fifty people had to be moved from a shopping street in north London after a pavement burst into flames.
Can wearable sleep monitors give athletes a competitive edge? The BBC's Jane O'Brien reports.
David Wilson will replace injured prop Dan Cole for England in Saturday's Six Nations match against Ireland.