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Two pensioners from Lincolnshire have restored a rare WWII Lancaster bomber and are hoping to get it flying again.
One in 10 young people feel they cannot cope with day-to-day life, according to a survey by the Prince's Trust charity.
More than a billion pounds was spent in 2012 for the first time on downloaded videos, music and games.
US President Barack Obama says more work is needed to strengthen the US economy after Congress votes in favour of a deal to stave off a "fiscal cliff" of drastic taxation and spending measures.
Hundreds of poor and homeless people in Greece's capital have spent New Year's Day queuing to get a free meal.
In recent months there has been a public outcry over an alarming number of wrongful arrests in Japan where innocent people confessed to crimes they didn't commit.
BBC News Website invites three experts to discuss the trends that will shape the technology landscape in 2013 and beyond.
Thousands of people in Hong Kong take to the streets on the first day of the new year to call for the city's chief executive to resign.
At least 60 people have been killed and more than 200 injured in a crush during new year festivities in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan, officials say.
A dog that fell from cliffs in Swanage is rescued by Royal National Lifeboat Institution volunteers.
Many unwanted gifts end up on auction sites like eBay, but how many items can you list before the taxman catches up with you?
Dr Catherine Rider sheds light on how new year resolutions have their roots in medieval times.
The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un delivers an unexpected new year message and calls for an end to confrontation between his country and South Korea.
New laws being introduced in the Netherlands mean people who visit so-called coffee shops that sell cannabis will have to provide ID and an official document confirming they live in the country.
Some people might think that getting married in a year with the number 13 in the date could be unlucky - but it could actually save you money.
Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment a rescue helicopter plunged into the sea at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro during an attempt to help a swimmer who was in trouble.
Cambridge Classics don Professor Mary Beard gives an ancient Roman view of the festive season.
Cities around the world welcome the New Year with spectacular fireworks, music and street parties.
Thousands of people have celebrated the beginning of 2013 at Edinburgh's traditional Hogmanay party.
Millions of people around have already began celebrating the New Year, with stunning fireworks displays from Sydney to Shanghai.