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David Cameron is ready to start renegotiating the terms of Britain's EU membership ahead of a referendum, but what does the UK prime minister want from Europe?
President Obama's foundation makes it official: library and presidential center will be on Chicago's South Side.
Volunteers in Estonia help to escort nearly 20,000 frogs across dangerous roads during the annual spring migration.
A relief volunteer working in damaged buildings in Nepal describes the moment the most recent earthquake hit.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti tells Gareth Bale's agent to "stay quiet" after saying the Welshman was not being passed to.
EE is named as the most complained-about phone and broadband provider.
A record price has been paid for Picasso's Women of Algiers, but how do these high-profile auctions work?
A puppy room to "aid relaxation and calmness" is offered to stressed students at the University of Bristol.
The BBC's Katy Watson reports on how inequality affects women's reproductive rights in Latin America.
A peace group drops a neon 'gay sailor' sign into Swedish waters to repel suspected Russian submarines.
Forecasters say that the weather pattern known as El Nino has been forming and could cause a "substantial weather event".
A court in India suspends the sentence handed down to former head of Satyam Computers B Ramalinga Raju over a huge corruption scandal.
The coroner at an inquest into the death of two children from carbon monoxide poisoning in Corfu says conclusion must be unlawful killing.
The website of British TV chef, Jamie Oliver has been hit for a third time by malware that potentially infects users' computers
A housing estate in Toxteth and an opera inspired by the violence of cartoons are among the works shortlisted for 2015's Turner Prize.
The latest earthquake in Nepal triggers a landslide in Dhunche near the country's border with China.
Jack Grealish rejects a place in the Republic of Ireland squad for their games against England and Scotland.
The appointment of John Whittingdale as Secretary of State for Culture has been met with some fairly bold headlines - but does it spell disaster for the BBC.
Police are searching for seven golden lion tamarins and 10 silvery marmosets stolen from Beauval zoo in central France at the weekend.
US telecoms giant Verizon says it will buy AOL in a deal worth $4.4bn.