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Church-goers in Soweto prayed for former President Nelson Mandela, as he spent a second day in hospital with a lung infection.
A dog that lost half her face saving two girls from an oncoming motorcycle has been treated as a hero on her return to the Philippines.
Jamie McIvor visits one of Britain's smallest and most isolated cinemas, The Picturehouse in Campbeltown which has just celebrated its 100th birthday
Officials from North and South Korea are holding their first government-level talks in more than two years.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela has spent a second night in hospital where he is being treated for a lung infection.
At least 25 people have died and 58 people were injured in clashes outside a military headquarters in Benghazi, Libya.
Emergency services and volunteers in Hungary are racing to build and reinforce flood barriers, with the River Danube threatening to reach record heights.
Police have used tear gas and water cannon to disperse thousands of protestors in the Turkish capital, Ankara, as anti-government protests enter their second week.
Sweden's Princess Madeleine is marrying her partner Christopher O'Neill in Stockholm.
Nelson Mandela is in a 'serious but stable' condition after being re-admitted to hospital after suffering from a recurrence of a lung infection
Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds speaks to Matthew Stadlen about her life philosophy, the atmosphere when she won gold at the London 2012 Olympic Games, going back to school after the success of the 2008 Beijing Games, and why she does not see her dwarfism as a disability.
Six men armed with axes have carried out a "smash-and-grab" raid at London's Selfridges department store.
The Queen has officially opened the BBC's rebuilt Broadcasting House, live on BBC Radio 4, shortly before appearing in shot behind the newsreaders on the News Channel.
The Queen has officially opened the BBC's new London HQ at Broadcasting House with a live broadcast on Radio 4.
The Queen has been shown around the BBC Newsroom as part of a visit to New Broadcasting House. She got a close look at the BBC News Channel studio.
Footage shows two men driving a stolen tanker through the front door of a call centre and repeatedly ramming a cash machine.
The parents of teenager Jade Anderson, who was killed in an attack by four dogs in March, have called for tougher laws for dog owners.
How sheep farmers in Wales have recovered following heavy snowfall earlier in 2013, which killed many animals.
Economic sanctions imposed on Iran by the West which have a direct impact on money transfers are making it harder for Iranians to study in the US.
Speaking to a professional penetration tester, BBC News looks at the methods hackers can use to target personal computers through internet browsers.