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An 80-year-old man has been charged with murdering his 81-year-old wife whose body was found at their home in Hampshire, police say.
A Saudi girl who eloped to Yemen to be with her Yemeni lover gets UN protection as she seeks asylum, and her application is likely to be approved.
The Pope has put on public display nine tiny fragments of bone which may belong to St Peter, the first Pope.
Pop star Robbie Williams debuts at number one with Swings Both Ways, which becomes the 1,000th album to top the UK charts.
Could Congress derail the deal reached with the West in Geneva?
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel brought the Formula 1 season to a close with victory in an action-packed Brazilian Grand Prix.
Diggers have been working on demolishing the remains of the Riga supermarket where 54 people died after the roof collapsed.
Some 30,000 police and army officers are deployed in Honduras as the nation votes for a new president, MPs and local mayors.
A British Greenpeace activist who spent two months in jail in Russia says the organisation will "for sure" continue to stage oil rig protests.
The US secretary of state says the deal reached over Iran's nuclear programme will make the Middle East safer, but Israel fiercely disagrees.
British singer-songwriter Christine McVie says she would be interested in rejoining Fleetwood Mac, after teaming up with the band for a one-off show at the O2.
International Development Secretary Justine Greening has told the BBC that the UK has been at the "forefront" of the aid response to help the people of the Philippines recover from the damage caused by Typhoon Haiyan.
Ireland remain without a victory over the All Blacks as an injury-time converted try earns the visitors a dramatic win.
Human rights groups in Egypt criticise a new law on protests, saying it will restrict the right to peaceful demonstration.
Navas and Aguero both score twice for City in 6-0 win.