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An international team of experts will assess the current and future needs for children's heart surgery in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Celtic suspend 128 fans and relocate a section of season-ticket holders after damage at Motherwell's Fir Park.
The driver of a car that crashed into market stalls, injuring eight people in Mold in Flintshire, is interviewed by police.
A car bomb near a cafe in central Iraq kills at least 11, officials say, while eight more people die in unrelated attacks in and around Baghdad.
Nelson Mandela's daughter Makaziwe tells the BBC about the former president's "wonderful" final moments, with the whole family around him.
An MP calls for an end to what he sees as heavy handed crackdowns on student protests after a wave of university occupations.
A Liverpool and England footballer is banned from driving for failing to tell police who was at the wheel of his car on the A55 in north Wales.
Three MPs react to Ipsa recommending a rise of £7,600 for MPs - around 11% - after the 2015 election.
Ukraine's president has issued a statement agreeing to round-table talks with the opposition after two weeks of mass demonstrations.
Labour MP Linda Riordan is leading a debate on A&E at Calderdale Royal Hospital.
Patients in Wales wait longer on average than others in the UK to be transferred to A&E departments from an ambulance, new figures show.
The final part of an epic dictionary of medieval Latin is to be published this week, bringing to a close a project initiated one hundred years ago.
A mother tried to bribe a teacher into casting her daughter as Mary in the school play.
Kiev no longer has a monument Lenin, but there are plenty elsewhere - including some where you'd least expect to find them.
Would-be women engineers will get extra financial support next year under a new government scheme in England.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Franck Ribery and Lionel Messi are named on the final shortlist for the 2013 Ballon d'Or.
Only 7% of British films are profitable - but does it matter?
Facebook develops a "sympathise" button that users could click instead of the "like" button.
Richard Haass says there is "a sense of urgency" in talks aimed at resolving disputes over flags, parades and the legacy of the Troubles.
A heart-shaped island, a huge picture of a child's face and a portrait of Italy's Mount Vesuvius are among the images shortlisted in a contest to decide the year's best picture from space.