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A board member of the Environment Agency defends a controversial management plan that might have contributed to flooding of farms in the Somerset Levels.
Can Swiss patch up new rift with EU over immigration?
West Ham agree to sell Upton Park to London developer the Galliard Group once they complete their move to the Olympic Stadium in 2016.
Chinese authorities arrest 67 people and suspend two police chiefs following a report on widespread prostitution in the city of Dongguan.
Singer Kelly Rowland talks about her time on the X Factor and making new music on her own.
Jurors in the trial of veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis, who is accused of 13 counts of indecent assault and one of sexual assault, are considering their verdicts.
Food banks are "not the way forward" says the former Tory MP Edwina Currie, who argues they could be doing more harm than good.
American footballer Michael Sam reveals his sexuality and will become the NFL's first openly gay player if he is drafted.
Over 300 complaints are received by the BBC regarding the quality of the commentary during the slopestyle final at the Winter Olympics.
The presidents of France and the US make a joint call for an "ambitious" climate change accord, ahead of Francois Hollande's state visit to the US.
Minecraft-maker Mojang has stepped in to prevent the making of a film set in the game's block-built world.
The number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK has increased to more than 3.2m, according to figures.
A man accused of murdering a teenager more than 27 years ago has made his first public appearance in court.
Barclays releases profit figures a day earlier than expected, saying that it needed to provide clarity following a newspaper report.
Talks aimed at averting another strike by London Underground workers resume.
BBC reporter Puneet Pal Singh gets a sneak preview ahead of the Airbus A350 going on public display at the Singapore Airshow.
Jenny Jones tells BBC Sport's Hazel Irvine how she danced through the Olympic Park in Sochi after collecting her bronze medal during what she called a 'whirlwind' 24 hours.
Police in Kenya are hunting a murder suspect after a Kenyan Liverpool fan was stabbed to death following the Arsenal-Liverpool match on Saturday.
Afghanistan's disappearing street photographers
Trevor Nelson and Simon Price discuss the return of US singer Prince, following recent surprise shows in London.