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A university lecturer who helped her boyfriend and two others escape after they shot dead a drug rival is jailed for three-and-a-half years.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates regains the top spot as the world's richest person, according to Forbes magazine's annual ranking of global billionaires.
BBC Breakfast presenter Susanna Reid quits to join ITV's new rival morning programme Good Morning Britain, which will replace Daybreak.
Athletes are not planning to boycott the Sochi Winter Paralympics in Russia despite rising tension in the region, says the IPC.
12 Years a Slave wins three Oscars including best picture, while Gravity picks up seven including best director.
Onlookers at a lake in Queensland watched a water python kill and swallow a crocodile. How do they do this?
The makers of games including the Grand Theft Auto series will be presented with a Bafta fellowship at this year's British Academy Games Awards
Muslim children who risk being radicalised by their parents should be taken into care as victims of child abuse, London Mayor Boris Johnson says.
The family of one of 10 people shot dead by soldiers in Ballymurphy in 1971 applies to a coroner to have his body exhumed.