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The weather made it an unexpected white wedding for one couple. James and Julie Swan were able to tie the knot in south Yorkshire despite two days of snow.
US President Barack Obama has left the Middle East after a four-day official tour of the region.
Newly elected Pope Francis has met his predecessor for lunch, the first time such a meeting has been possible for more than 600 years.
Snow, sleet and rain have disrupted transport and power supplies as wintry weather continues in much of the UK.
Aerial footage shows cars, trucks and vans completely buried under snow drifts in Cumbria, after blizzard conditions on Friday and overnight into Saturday.
Many boys "don't feel they've got an environment" where they can discuss their esteem issues a campaigner says, as teachers warn about an increasing number of boys with low body image.
A proliferation of websites has appeared offering men the chance to buy a 'fake' girlfriend.
The Cathedral of Notre Dame is to celebrate its 850th anniversary with a new set of bells.
Almost a third of people travelling to Europe from the UK do so without the card that entitles them to free state healthcare, the Association of British Insurers says.
The woman who first went to a kick-boxing class in an effort to work off some baby-weight is about to hang up her gloves, a 14-time World Champion.
Rescue services are working non-stop to help people who have been caught on the roads by the heavy snow and strong winds across much of the UK.
Manager Roy Hodgson, captain Frank Lampard, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jermain Defoe say they are "more than satisfied" after England's 8-0 victory over San Marino in their 2014 World Cup qualifier on Friday.
An Oscar-nominated film about child soldiers in Africa has been showcased at this year's Human Rights Watch Film Festival in London.
A collection of rare space memorabilia, including valuable notes from the Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 missions to the moon, is to go on sale in New York.
Only 10 days into his new pontificate, Pope Francis has made some subtle but significant changes in the lifestyle of the leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
British firefighter Neil Fairhall travels to Brazil's Mato Grosso state to find out how the local fire brigade deals with blazes in an area of rain forest the size of England.
Madness brought the curtain down on BBC Television Centre with a concert outside the iconic building on Friday.
US President Barack Obama has met Palestinian, Israeli and Jordanian leaders on his visit to the Middle East - with Syria and the stalled peace process key areas under discussion.
Residents in parts of Scotland have been warned that they may be without power for up to three days.
South Africa is one of the worlds most popular destinations to dive with sharks in their natural environment.