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Muslims in Sri Lanka have voiced concerns about a growing number of anti-Muslim protests and attacks, carried out by hardline Buddhist groups.
Irish fisherman James McCarthy has described the moment he nearly died after falling into near freezing waters in the Gulf of Alaska.
The collision of an Audi TT into the side of house in Lowestoft was "similar to an explosion" said a neighbour.
Engineers are trying to restore power to residents and businesses on the Scottish island of Arran which has endured heavy snow and high winds.
Cameras have been given a tour of the original Georgian part of the recently closed Shrewsbury prison.
The home of the late exiled Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky has been given the all-clear after being searched by police for chemical, biological and nuclear material.
Damon Albarn and Noel Gallagher have put two decades of bitter Britpop rivalry behind them by performing together for the first time.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton appears to forget he has switched teams as he mistakenly drives into the McLaren pit box during Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel ignores team orders as he battles with team-mate Mark Webber for the lead of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has arrived back in the country after four years of self-imposed exile.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has defended his integrity following revelations made in an upcoming BBC Two Documentary.
Jack the Giant Slayer is just one of a string of adventures stemming from childhood bedtime stories being produced in Hollywood at the moment.
Thousands of homes could remain without power for days as suppliers struggle to reconnect people cut off by heavy snow and high winds.
The World Wildlife Fund has encouraged households and businesses to turn off non-essential lights for one hour, to raise awareness of climate change.
Police with expertise in environments contaminated with chemical, biological and nuclear material have been involved in a search of the house of the late Boris Berezovsky.
A man has died as severe wintry weather disrupts transport and power supplies across much of the UK.
President Obama has left Jordan at the end of a four-day trip that also took him on his first official visit to Israel and to meet Palestinian leaders in the occupied West Bank.
China's new first lady has become a media and internet sensation in her homeland as she accompanies her husband, President Xi Jinping, on a visit to Russia.
At least 21 people have been killed and 200 hundred injured after a powerful tornado tore through eastern Bangladesh on Friday, disaster officials say.
The exiled Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky has died aged 67.