Mar 07, 2014
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What do all those flags in Ukraine crisis mean?
Can another family legally adopt your lost dog?
Remains found in a mass grave go on display
Is there a commercial solution to the crisis in Ukraine?
PR consultant Max Clifford used his contacts with famous people "to bully and manipulate" people into sexual acts with him, a court hears as his trial opens.
For the second time American presenters on the Russian backed TV station Russia Today have gone off script to voice their personal concerns about Russia's occupation of the Crimea region of Ukraine.
Listeners discuss BBC Three's future with director of BBC TV Danny Cohen after it is confirmed the station will be moved online.
The doll intended to be like a 'real' woman
How David Cameron found himself lampooned on Twitter
The closure of BBC Three explained
Theresa May announces a judge-led public inquiry into undercover policing.
Two classic cowboy rope tricks in super-slow motion.
Children's book illustrator Emma Levey talks BBC News through the process of bringing imagination to the printed page.
With China's annual legislative session underway thousands of people have headed to Beijing to petition the government.
Lawyers have been cross-examining neighbours of Oscar Pistorius on the fourth day of the athlete's trial for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
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