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Algeria begins three days of national mourning for the 77 people killed in a military passenger plane crash in the north-east of the country.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho admits his title-chasing side were "under pressure" in the 1-1 draw at lowly West Brom.
How augmented reality is aiding car design and helping drivers fix problems without a manual.
Following the news that more bank branches are to close, BBC Breakfast asks if there is less demand for High Street branches.
Veteran left-wing campaigner Tony Benn has spent a fourth night in hospital and is understood to be seriously ill.
Great Britain's Chemmy Alcott finishes 19th in the women's downhill as Dominique Gisin and Tina Maze share gold in Sochi.
A scathing review of Morrissey's recent autobiography by AA Gill wins an award presented annually to "the writer of the angriest, funniest, most trenchant book review" of the past 12 months.
A charity working with victims of alcohol abuse says its worried how many over-60s are referred for treatment for drink-related problems.
Four teenagers are arrested and charged following a racist attack in West Pilton Terrace in Edinburgh.
Professor Mark Bellis discusses the online drinking game Neknomination, which is being blamed for the death of a second man in the UK.
League One Bristol City plan to become the first club in the UK to install "safe standing" rail seats at their stadium.
How an education initiative has turned into a PR disaster
Parts of the UK face further flooding with stormy weather - and winds that could exceed 100mph - forecast.
Where boxers train their bodies and minds
Candidates for the by-election triggered by the death of Labour MP Paul Goggins are to begin a final day of campaigning.
A court in Pakistan orders the government to produce an anti-drone activist who lawyers say is being detained by intelligence agencies.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney is expected to overhaul his flagship forward guidance policy on interest rates.
A castaway from El Salvador - who says he spent more than a year adrift in the Pacific - has finally arrived home.
A woman and her boyfriend are released on police bail after her baby girl was killed by a "pit bull terrier-type" dog in Lancashire.
Toyota is recalling 1.9 million of its top-selling Prius hybrid cars because of a software fault that may cause the vehicle to slow down suddenly.