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The world's biggest investment fund manager says Scottish independence would bring "major uncertainties, costs and risks," for Scotland and the rest of the UK.
US First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughters visit the Great Wall of China on the fourth day of their week-long visit to the country.
The trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius, accused of murdering his girlfriend, will now run until mid-May after both sides agree to an extension.
A Labour MP warns the party is trying to be "too clever" and urges Ed Miliband to be "much clearer" with voters.
A 28-year-old man is charged with murder after the body of a 45-year-old man was discovered partially submerged in a Cardiff river.
A cyclist killed in a crash with a car in Kent was on a 24-hour fund-raising bike ride for the mental health charity Mind, it emerges.
An 18th Century chapel where the great-uncle of poet Dylan Thomas preached is set to be restored to its former glory.
A couple say "puppy love" led them to tie the knot after their guide dogs "fell for each other" at a training camp.
A 31-year-old man is left blind in one eye after being seriously injured in an attack by a group of people.
A painting found at the back of a cupboard is to be auctioned to help pay for a new church in Surrey.
Andre Marriner says he is "disappointed" after sending off Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs by mistake in their 6-0 defeat at Chelsea.
A veteran Alliance councillor says she is shocked by the party's European election candidate expressing support for a united Ireland.
A teenage girl thought to be aged about 15 has been shot dead at a house in east London.
Businesses are struggling at an aerospace enterprise zone in the Vale of Glamorgan because of restrictions at a flagship site, one entrepreneur claims.
A 44-year-old motorist dies in a two-car crash between St Madoes and Errol, in Perthshire.
Laura Massaro beats Egyptian teenager Nour El Sherbini to become England's first female squash world champion since 1999.
A shop worker is attacked and thousands of pounds' worth of jewellery stolen during a robbery at an antiques shop in Devon.
More than 30 divers search a lake in the Republic of Ireland for a missing County Armagh angler, whose boat sank on Thursday.
Clashes flare in Lebanon's capital Beirut among supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
More than 17,000 homes are bought under the government's Help to Buy scheme in its first nine months, government figures reveal.