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David Shukman looks at the lessons of Beagle2 for how we handle failure.
High-resolution images taken from orbit identify the landing location of the lost Beagle2 probe, and it appears to be in one piece.
Michael Keaton rounds off a successful awards day by falling off the stage at the Critics' Choice Awards after collecting a clutch of trophies.
A&E waiting times in Wales and Northern Ireland got worse last month - well below performance in England.
Twelve suspects are held in France about alleged support for the Islamist gunmen behind last week's attacks in Paris that killed 17, reports say.
Former heavyweight world champion Muhammad Ali is said to be in a stable condition after being readmitted to hospital.
The US state of Oklahoma executes the first death row inmate since a botched lethal injection last year drew intense criticism.
The European Commission says in a preliminary finding that online retailer Amazon's tax arrangements in Luxembourg probably constitute "state aid".
A 75-year-old woman has died following a fire in a building at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, police say.
Helen Mirren at the Golden Globe Awards
An Australian man dressed in a Star Wars costume says that his armour saved him from a venomous snakebite.
Belgium is on its second-highest alert - a day after two suspected jihadists were killed in a major anti-terror raid in the east of the country.
Kevin Pietersen has been showing off his new tattoo, marking everywhere the batsman has scored an international century
China confirms it is investigating a powerful intelligence chief, Ma Jian, for corruption, as President Xi Jinping's crackdown continues.
Four members of a student group that helped lead two-month long pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong turn themselves in to police.
Americans will be able to bring home small numbers of Cuban cigars after a ban of more than 50 years
Dissent, discussion, debate: Tell us what democracy means to you
Kevin Jorgeson, and Tommy Caldwell are amazed at the attention they have received.
The search for continent's hottest sound
Concerns over immigration and Islamisation appear to be fuelling a surge in support for the far right in Germany, says Sebastian Borger.