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An estimated 42% of marriages in England and Wales ended in divorce in 2010 - a drop from 45% in 2005, the latest statistics suggest.
People have been forced to abandon their vehicles in flood water after heavy rain in the South of England
A British woman on trial for drug trafficking in Indonesia should be imprisoned for 15 years, prosecutors tell a Bali court.
A traffic policeman's dance moves have become a Christmas holiday tradition in the largest city in Rhode Island in the US.
Justine Picardie, editor in chief of Harper's Bazaar, and Hilary Alexander, fashion consultant, discuss whether a Christmas jumper comeback is down to Sarah Lund's now famous woolly jumpers from the crime series The Killing, or in the age of austerity if we have pulled out our jumpers for a bit of festive cheer.
A man who has transformed his Somerset bungalow into a winter wonderland has been talking about his "addiction" to Christmas lights.
A Pakistani man is still struggling to get back home to his family 13 years after overstaying his visa in India by just three days.
Why the Winter vomiting virus gets around so much and has been evading cure for over 40 years.
A rare collection of turn-of-the-century posters by some of the biggest names in art are to go under the hammer in New York.
Police in the Indian capital Delhi have used water canon to disperse protesters angry at Sunday night's gang rape of a 23-year-old student.
A French village is preparing for an influx of mystical groups who are convinced they will escape the end of the world in 2012.
BBC News meets members of the England women's kabaddi team, who took the recent World Cup in India by storm.
Santa ditches the traditional reindeer and turns up in an armoured vehicle to deliver presents to the children's ward at a Scunthorpe hospital.
A 42-year-old MS sufferer has said she is shocked at attempts by her health trust to put her into a nursing home.
Mathematician Colin Wright co-devised a mathematical system for unlocking juggling moves.
The lead singer of rock group Lostprophets is remanded in custody by a court after being charged with sexual offences against children.
Police in the Indian capital, Delhi, have used water cannon to disperse crowds of people protesting over the gang rape of a 23-year-old student on a bus in the city on Sunday night.
Talking To the Today programme's Justin Webb, Natalie Harvey explained how she was abused on social media and said that she is in favour of tougher penalties.
Letters written by Nazi soldiers during the occupation of Jersey during World War II are finally being delivered - 70 years later.
A mudslide in the US state of Washington has derailed a moving freight train. Amateur video shows the landslip hitting the train and knocking the trucks from the track.