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The shadow development secretary Jim Murphy tells the BBC there may be multiple injuries after a helicopter crash in Glasgow.
Will Syria's Jihad come to haunt Europe, asks Frank Gardner?
The son of the woman thought to have been murdered by Lord Lucan accuses ITV of "profiting" from her death in a new drama series.
Mark Kermode reviews the week's film releases, including Saving Mr Banks, Day of the Flowers and Carrie.
Welcome to Happy Redoubt is an exhibition where the viewer makes the art work under the watchful eyes of robots.
Thousands of people stage fresh protests in Ukraine's capital, Kiev, at President Yanukovych's refusal to sign an EU association agreement.
A specialist centre to treat dancers opens in Birmingham.
A helicopter has crashed into a the roof of pub in Glasgow, reports say. Eyewitness Claire Morris said she heard a bang like a "fireworks explosion".
A police helicopter that crashed into the roof of a pub in Glasgow sounded like a "large firework or... a truck falling over", and that it looked "like the roof had blown off".
Gordon Smart, Editor of the Sun's Scottish section, has told the BBC he was 250m away when he saw a police helicopter fall on a Glasgow pub.
Michelle Obama and her daughters Sasha and Malia were presented with the 2013 White House Christmas tree.
Soviet-era dissident Natalya Gorbanevskaya, who took part in a famous 1968 protest in Moscow's Red Square, has died in Paris aged 77.
Firefighters are tackling a huge fire at a landmark complex, designed by the legendary architect Oscar Niemeyer, in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.
Arson is being blamed for a huge fire that took place at a garment factory near Dhaka, police say.
Wales cannot afford to dwell on previous failures against Australia ahead of Saturday's Test in Cardiff says lock Alun Wyn Jones.
A woman hopes to make history by becoming the first person to visit the exact location of a relative's final resting place in the tunnels under the Somme.
An ethnic Tuareg separatist group says it is ending a ceasefire with Mali's government, a day after clashes between troops and protesters in Kidal.
Members of the Somali community urge the government to press ahead with plans to criminalise the herbal stimulant, khat.
A close friend of a Ceredigion woman whose death in 1997 is being reinvestigated by police says she "loved life".
President and Mrs Obama speak about how they are preparing as a family for life after the White House, and which of them would make a better president.