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Elderly and disabled passengers could lose vital bus services because of cuts in government funding, councils in England warn.
An autographed two-volume set of Adolf Hitler's Nazi treatise Mein Kampf sells at auction in Los Angeles for $64,850 (£38,700).
US President Obama warns Moscow there will be "costs" for any military intervention in Ukraine, amid reports of Russian forces on the move in Crimea.
Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn gives his wistful debut solo album its first live airing at the inaugural BBC 6 Music Festival in Manchester.
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Pop star Beyonce is joined on stage by rapper husband Jay-Z as she brings her Mrs Carter world tour to London for the second time.
Former UK Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg and a 44-year-old woman are charged with Syria-related terror offences, West Midlands Police say.
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Regular nightmares in childhood may be an early warning sign of psychotic disorders, researchers in the UK warn.
Uganda's government says the country should stand up to blackmail, after the World Bank postpones a $90m (£54m) loan over the country's controversial anti-gay law.
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New figures show nearly half a million UK households are still in negative equity - meaning their homes are worth less than their mortgages.
A man who fled to Spain to avoid being sentenced for an attack has been abducted by three men posing as police officers, Merseyside Police believe.
Labour members are set to back plans by Ed Miliband to reform the party's union link at a special conference.