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The Scottish government criticises the Ministry of Defence for not alerting it to a radiation problem at the Dounreay nuclear submarine test reactor.
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Bastille drummer and Plymouth fan Chris 'Woody' Wood
Tokyo restaurant's menu features delicacies weighing under a gram, but which take much longer to prepare than regular ones.
An Ulster Unionist MLA claims there could be another On the Run letter that has been sent out by mistake.
A look at efforts in Java to bring the ancient Indonesian art of shadow puppet theatre alive.
Joe Root will miss England's Twenty20 matches against West Indies after breaking his thumb in the last one-day international.
How David Cameron found himself lampooned on Twitter
The BBC's Christian Fraser has gained rare access to the Ukrainian fleet stranded in the Crimean port of Sevastopol, surrounded by Russian forces.
Head teachers from across Wales raise concerns over "unexpectedly low" results for GCSE English language exams in January.
The British soldier who died at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan on Wednesday is named by the Ministry of Defence as Sapper Adam Moralee.
A political spat breaks out after a Plaid Cymru MP questions how Sam Warburton could captain the Wales rugby team if he considered himself British.
Listeners discuss BBC Three's future with director of BBC TV Danny Cohen after it is confirmed the station will be moved online.
It will take the US two years and billions of dollars to overcome the harm done by the Snowden leaks, the top-ranking US military officer says.
There are angry exchanges between the DUP and the chief constable over the issue of On the Runs at the policing board.
Cuba accepts an EU invitation to launch negotiations aimed at restoring full bilateral relations with the European bloc.
The councillor who wanted to ban Scottish government ministers from Aberdeen buildings personally intervened to block visits, BBC Scotland learns.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew admits the FA's charge of improper conduct relating to a headbutt on Hull's David Meyler.
Egypt's FA suspends Salah Amin after accusing him of gesturing in support of the country's military chief.
Nicolas Anelka was banned because his 'quenelle' gesture had an "anti-Semitic" element, says an FA disciplinary panel.
Obama keen to prevent escalation over Ukraine, says Mark Mardell