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Time is fast running out for Syria to hand over its chemical weapons stocks, the international body in charge of their destruction says.
One of four men ordered to pay more than £1.5m in damages to the families of those killed in the Omagh bombing is charged with involvement in the attack.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has staged a minor coup over coalition energy policy, says Roger Harrabin.
A new European Rugby Champions Cup to replace the Heineken Cup is confirmed and will start in 2014-2015 season
Some Somalis are experiencing a form of "culture shock" since fibre optic services launched in Mogadishu over the last week, an internet provider says.
Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson says it's "a mistake" to make films targeting older people and the 'grey pound'.
A Czech couple come forward to say that a man found in a snowdrift near Oslo last December apparently suffering from amnesia is their son.
Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central's The Colbert Report, will succeed Late Show host David Letterman upon his retirement next year, CBS says.
Scientists list the world's most distinctive and endangered birds.
A turtle in Israel which lost two limbs has been given a designer prosthetic dorsal fin.
A key member of a cybercrime gang could face years in jail after pleading guilty to stealing millions using stolen and fake credit cards.