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US researchers reveal another baby carrying the HIV virus, which leads to Aids, may have been cured through early antiretroviral therapy.
New guidance which aims to teach children healthy eating habits is published by the Scottish government.
Research suggests that premature babies may be disadvantaged later in life by a dated educational system which doesn't accommodate them.
Stuart Broad says he was "baffled" by a decision to change a ball in England's 25-run win over West Indies in the third ODI.
London plays host to international flamenco stars, a gallery in Istanbul tells the story of Turkey through three generations of one family - and more from the world of arts.
Should EU leaders punish Russia or encourage dialogue?
Why Porsche and other firms are investing in electric cars
England boss Roy Hodgson says he has World Cup selection "headaches" after some positive displays against Denmark.
Ministerial talks in Paris on the Ukraine crisis were "tough" but will continue, the US says, as a tense stand-off continues in Crimea.
The Unite union is to cut its affiliation to the Labour Party by £1.5m, its executive decides.
Half of all children under five in Afghanistan are suffering from the effects of malnutrition, according to estimations.
Joe Root scores his first one-day international ton as England beat West Indies by 25 runs to win the series 2-1.
Daniel Sturridge's late header earns England a laboured victory in their friendly against Denmark at Wembley.
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale leads Wales to an impressive friendly win over Iceland in Cardiff.
Portuguese scientists identify a dinosaur that may have been the largest predator ever to roam across the European landmass.
Police officers in a Cheshire town are wearing body cameras in a pilot project aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour.
Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays both cite the Scottish independence referendum as a potential risk to their businesses.
Scott Brown's late strike gives Scotland a narrow victory over Poland in their friendly in Warsaw.
Former US President Bill Clinton says Northern Ireland must "finish the job" and resolve outstanding issues in peace process.
The foreign ministers of Russia and key Western powers hold talks in Paris to try to resolve the crisis in Ukraine.