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Nicola Sturgeon says she is proud of her achievements after 100 days as first minster but admits there is "much more to do".
British world number one taekwondo fighter Aaron Cook wants to represent Moldova at Rio Olympics.
The main investor behind the revival of the Manor Marussia F1 team is energy firm boss Stephen Fitzpatrick.
A London Underground worker was sacked for having epilepsy, Labour MP Kate Hoey says.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg will tell party members that further devolution "would not have happened" without Lib Dem UK ministers.
Five specially selected commissioners will take over the running of Rotherham council.
A faith-based project aimed at reducing crime in Northamptonshire has not given any money to non-Christian religious groups.
There are "considerable challenges" to close the education performance gap for children from poorer backgrounds and ministers needs to do more, AMs warn.
A $150,000 custom-made Calvin Klein Collection by Francisco Costa dress, worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars, has been stolen in Hollywood.
The identification of the Islamic State extremist who became known as "Jihadi John" leads most papers, which look into Mohammed Emwazi's past.
There were more than 12,000 attendances at hospital emergency departments in Northern Ireland in the past financial year for self-harm and suicidal thought, according to a new report.
Russia will host the next football World Cup, and with three years to go before the finals, FIFA has called the level of racism in the Russian game "completely unacceptable".
A Hong Kong woman is jailed for six years for severely abusing her Indonesian maid, in a case that sparked international concern.
Virginia becomes the second US state to agree compensation for people who were forcibly sterilised under eugenics programmes until the 1970s.
A gunman kills three people and then himself at an apartment in the South Korean city of Hwaseong, reports say.
MPs say Chancellor George Osborne's claim to have "halved" the UK's £1.7bn EU budget surcharge last year is "not supported by the facts".
As the US tweaks its web regulations, Cuba is looking to radically update its internet infrastructure.
Fragments of wheat DNA suggest wheat was present in Britain 8,000 years ago, long before it was grown by British farmers.
It is "almost inevitable" that your blood will take the first steps towards leukaemia as you age, researchers show.
A service allowing motorists in England and Wales charged with summary motoring offences to enter a plea online is being launched by the government.