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US teenage school killer TJ Lane smiles and jeers at his victims' relatives as he is sentenced to life in prison for shooting three schoolmates dead.
A dress which Princess Diana wore when she famously danced with actor John Travolta has sold at auction for £240,000 to a British buyer.
Joss Stone has given evidence at the trial of a murder plot that allegedly planned to kill her
Ten years on from the US-led invasion of Iraq, 60 people have been killed in a series of car and suicide bombings in and around Baghdad.
Ten of Princess Diana's most famous dresses have been put up for auction fetching hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by the Taliban after campaigning for girls' rights to education, has attended her first day at school in the UK.
London's Victoria and Albert Museum is staging a major retrospective exhibition of the life and work of David Bowie
More than 100 schools close in Scotland following Met Office warnings of heavy snow and gale force winds.
Boris Johnson has admitted that he would like to be prime minister but insists "it's not going to happen"
Hundreds of people are being sent marijuana-scented scratch and sniff cards to help them recognise the smell of illegal cannabis farms and alert the police.
Comedian Steve Coogan has welcomed a deal to create a new press watchdog as a 'solid first step' to 'standing up to the school bullies'.
Newsnight's David Grossman tries to make sense of how a new press regulation regime will apply to the internet and news-based websites.
Pope Francis has urged people "in positions of responsibility" to be "protectors of creation", at his inauguration Mass.
Vladimir Tretchikoff's original painting of the Chinese Girl, believed to be the world's most reproduced print, is to go on sale in London.
A virtual "talking head" which can express a range of human emotions has been developed by researchers in Cambridge.
Chancellor George Osborne has some tough decisions to take because the economy has not been growing. So what is the right way to encourage that growth - borrowing more or cutting spending?
Former soldier Jon le Galloudec was shot in the back and paralysed in an ambush by insurgents in Basra in 2006.
Ten of Princess Diana's dresses are being sold at auction on Tuesday.
Many British troops are packing up and preparing to return home as the UK gradually winds down its operations in Afghanistan.
It has been 10 years since the start of the Iraq war and on this anniversary the BBC has learned that two key pieces of intelligence, which could have prevented the conflict, were either dismissed or used selectively.