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The National Orchestra of Wales has staged a series of workshops and concerts for deaf people to explore how it is possible to experience music without being able to hear it fully.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, has faced questions over the Rennard case during his weekly phone-in on LBC
A shark has killed a man off a beach near the New Zealand city of Auckland.
A Kent landlady has said she may be forced to close her pub after a mistake by her electricity supplier left her facing a £17,000 bill.
Crowds have been gathering in St Peter's Square in the Vatican for the Pope's final general audience before his resignation on Thursday.
Some of the most traditional nannies in the land, the uniformed Norland nannies, are updating their CVs with modern techniques for celebrity clients
Aid agencies say they are shocked and appalled by the number of children killed in Syria last week.
An Australian billionaire has unveiled plans to build an almost-exact replica of the ill-fated Titanic.
The National Orchestra of Wales has staged a series of workshops and concerts for deaf people, many of them children, to explore how it is possible to experience music without being able to hear it.
Police detectives have held a meeting with senior Lib Dems as they launch an inquiry into allegations made about the party's former chief executive Lord Rennard.
Centre-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani says Italy is in a "dramatic situation" after election results that leave the country in political stalemate.
Police officers at a specialist rape unit in south London "encouraged" victims to withdraw their allegations in order to improve detection rates, the police watchdog has said.
A tourist in a hot air balloon over Luxor, Egypt, caught the moment another balloon caught fire and plunged to the ground, killing 19 people.
Fiona, who made a rape complaint to the Metropolitan Police in 2011, says she feels no attempt was made to bring her alleged attacker to justice.
Veterans of the Arctic Convoys of the Second World War will finally receive medals recognising their bravery.
The BBC is told Cardinal Keith O'Brien is "very upset" over the circumstances of his resignation.
The Liberal Democrat candidate in the Eastleigh by-election Mike Thornton has been challenged in the street over allegations that the Party's former Chief Executive sexually harassed women.
Up to 19 people are thought to have been killed after a hot air balloon exploded in mid-air on Tuesday morning near the ancient city of Luxor in Egypt.
Shetland angler James Isbister is celebrating after reeling in a 6ft long ling fish weighing more than 67 pounds.
A woman who says that Lord Rennard made improper advances to her has told the BBC that she knows of nine others who claim to have had similar experiences.