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The first minister criticises the Scotland Bill but the UK government believes it fulfils promises made after the independence referendum.
The BBC Trust rejects complaints over Top Gear's Patagonia special, in which a car number plate appeared to refer to the Falklands conflict.
An investigation is launched into how a five-year-old boy was left at a safari park after a school day trip.
A newborn baby boy is found abandoned on the doorstep of a property in County Durham.
South African officials dismiss US allegations that a $10m (£6.5m) bribe was organised for top Fifa officials in order to host the 2010 World Cup.
Comedian and 30 Rock actor Tracy Morgan settles his legal action against Walmart over the car crash which left him seriously injured and killed his friend.
More than 100 people dressed as elves, druids and witches attend a Wiccan funeral in Cornwall to mark the passing of 'Eron the wizard'.
The Iraqi authorities say they have exhumed the remains of 470 people believed to have been summarily killed by Islamic State near Tikrit last June.
The UK's Defence Secretary says a whistleblower's concerns about Trident nuclear submarine safety at Faslane on the Clyde have not been proved.
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A toddlers' car seat is removed from sale by its manufacturer after a boy was thrown out of one into the front of his mother's car.
Tajikistan's special forces chief appears in a video claiming to have joined Islamic State forces in Syria.
European football's governing body, Uefa, holds a news conference, as the Fifa Congress takes place in Zurich amid arrests on corruption charges.
A man appears in court after a quad bike crash left a seven-year-old boy needing an amputation.
Rafael Benitez - favourite to become Real Madrid boss - says he will be leaving Napoli after two years in charge of the club.
Arts and culture should be spared further funding cuts as the government seeks to balance the books, the new head of Arts Council England says.
The number of visitors to Northern Ireland from outside the country increased in 2014, but they spent less money, new statistics show.
A malicious worm called moose that targets poorly protected home routers has been uncovered by security researchers.