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Secret world of collaborators puts Palestinians in line for an Oscar
A strange encounter with Meredith Kercher's convicted killer
What is the new slogan for advertising milk?
How the world's longest aircraft was built
Why are attacks on doctors by their patients on the rise in China?
Attacks by patients on doctors in China are rising rapidly, with hospitals suffering an average of one violent attack every two weeks, according to state media.
The US urges all sides to avoid provocations over Ukraine and says it will watch Russia's actions amid heightened tensions.
Northern Ireland's first minister is accused of "an astonishing climb down" in the row over the secret government letters sent to more than 180 paramilitary suspects.
Dietary fat makes a comeback
As the Oscars red carpet is unfurled on Hollywood Boulevard, the BBC's Peter Bowes gives a guide to who will be where.
Energy regulator Ofgem will tell the "big six" suppliers to hand back more than £400m of credit in customer's closed accounts, the BBC learns.
A worldwide human rights report by the US singles out Syria's civil war as a tragedy that "stands apart in its scope and human cost".
What will our mobiles be like 20 years from now?
Protests have been held in London and around the world in support of journalists from the al-Jazeera network who have been detained in Egypt since December.