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Pornography filters used by major internet service providers are blocking websites offering advice on sexual health, domestic violence and porn addiction, the BBC has learned.
Police say body found in grave in Didcot, Oxfordshire, is believed to be missing teenager Jayden Parkinson
Wladimir Klitschko wants to become undisputed heavyweight champion by claiming the WBC crown vacated by brother Vitali.
A former BP employee is found guilty of obstructing an investigation into the Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster.
US Secretary of State John Kerry calls a top Indian official to express his regret over the treatment of one of the country's diplomats in New York.
Around 900 homes in the Neath Valley are without power as police and fire services in south and mid Wales say they are inundated with calls about gale-force winds.
A start-up company has launched a new device that can transform almost any bicycle into an electric-hybrid vehicle.
James Reynolds on the latest challenge to Turkey's PM
A Stradivarius violin which was stolen from a sandwich shop in London sells for £1.38m at auction.
The US National Security Agency should no longer keep its vast database of phone records, a White House-ordered review reportedly recommends.
The US Federal Reserve announces plans to slow its stimulus effort by $10bn (£6.1bn) a month in a sign that the central bank believes the world's biggest economy has strengthened.
Shaimaa Khalil reports from the Yemeni capital of Sana'a to find out what has changed in the country since the uprising three years ago.
Fighting is spreading in parts of South Sudan, leaving hundreds of people dead, after a reported coup attempt at the weekend.
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers did not breach the ministerial code over a private meeting with a lobbyist, an internal No 10 report finds.
Hein Verbruggen rejects Lance Armstrong's claim he helped cover up a positive drug test for the disgraced cyclist.
DNA analysis of early human remains from a Siberian cave has revealed the existence of a mystery human species.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan denounces the arrest of high-profile officials as a "dirty operation" against his government.
Michael Rogers, a former Team Sky rider and three-time world time trial champion, fails a drugs test.
The US Senate is expected to pass a two-year federal budget bill later, amid a rare outbreak of fiscal deal-making on Capitol Hill.
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan loses his majority in the powerful House of Representatives after 37 MPs defect to a new opposition party.