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Shia Houthi rebels tighten their grip on Yemen's capital, Sanaa, reportedly stationing fighters outside the home of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi.
WhatsApp acts to stop downloads of a third-party service, WhatsApp Plus, and locks out people who used it from its chat platform.
It's not often we get news of a UK tech firm that's a global success story and still owned in Britain. All the more reason then to celebrate this morning's announcement from Shazam.
Canadian government staff suggest making their own snacks to save public money on awayday.
The mayor of Paris says she will sue Fox News for its inaccurate reporting of the city following the attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Prosecutors in Austria charge UK soldier with raping and sexually abusing six-year-old girl
A medical report into the death of a star college basketball player in the US state of Pennsylvania suggests she choked on chewing gum in her sleep.
Man arrested in Seattle for allegedly helping to run Silk Road 2.0, an online marketplace for drugs and other illicit activities.
Winning images from this year's RICS photo competition
Nepal's wait for a new constitution has been long and painful. Surendra Phuyal looks at why.
England recall Nick Easter and Danny Cipriani to their training squad for the first Six Nations game, while five Lions also return.
The highest-ranking US delegation to visit Cuba in 35 years is due to start talks with Cuban officials about migration and bilateral ties.
The NFL continues to investigate New England Patriots amid claims balls were deflated in a win that sent them to the Super Bowl.
The firearms company that provided the guns for Liam Neeson's Hollywood movie Taken 3 criticises the star for his comments about US gun laws.
MPs react angrily to news that the official inquiry into the 2003 Iraq War will not report until after the general election.
Coronation Street actor William Roache will deliver a tribute to his former co-star Anne Kirkbride at the National Television Awards later.
Russia says it will seek an immediate ceasefire in eastern Ukraine at talks later, and insists there is no evidence of its troops crossing the border.
Its founder says opening the shelter was made possible by people's donations.
France to create 2,680 anti-terror posts, with 3,000 people requiring surveillance, PM says
How long can South Africa keep blaming the past?