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The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has announced that 13 products in a second series of tests for horsemeat have tested positive for at least 1% horsemeat.
Roman-Catholics in a small village in Ukraine have been congregating for prayer in an unusual venue, a metal cistern.
As the horsemeat scandal continues to make the headlines, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) announced results from 1,133 new tests on beef products.
Britain's most senior Roman Catholic has said he believes priests should be able to marry if they wish to do so.
A man has been found guilty of decapitating a 60-year-old British grandmother in a Tenerife supermarket.
A woman has told the Old Bailey how she was branded with the initial of a man who raped her and turned her into a sex slave when she was 12 years old
Artist Kane Cunningham is making a "site specific artwork" out of the demolition of his house at the top of a cliff in Knipe Piont, near Scarborough.
Scientists and members of the public are hunting for tiny fragments of the meteorite which is thought to have come down in a lake near Chebarkul in Russia last week.
More than £50m has been wasted on failed schemes to improve hospital food, according to a new report.
Several hours of heavy rain and a thunderstorm in the Greek capital Athens have flooded roads and homes, caused traffic jams and disrupted the train and tram network, officials say.
Montrose Air Station, Britain's first military air base, is marking its 100th anniversary.
Members of Australia's Olympic swimming team have admitted to using sleeping medication Stilnox during a "bonding" session before the Games last year.
The parents of a 10-year-old girl from Wiltshire who was killed in a skiing accident in Austria remember their daughter ahead of her funeral.
Fifteen-year-old Amina Qureshi was spotted in the crowd as she watched January's League Cup semi-final match between Bradford City and Aston Villa.
The 85th Academy Awards - the Oscars - take place on Sunday.
The organs and limbs of 89 children and teenagers were among hundreds of body parts kept by police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
A celebrated piece of work by street artist Banksy has found itself on the other side of the world in a Miami auction house.
As Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe prepares to meet US President Barack Obama, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports on his ambitious growth programme that is already being dubbed Abenomics.
Carmen the romantic opera by Bizet is being staged at the Royal Albert Hall with a company of more than 100 people.
Three men who hoped to become suicide bombers and launch a massive campaign of violence across the UK have been found guilty of terrorism charges.