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Canada's Supreme Court rejects an appeal to remove the country's citizenship oath, which requires applicants to swear allegiance to the British monarchy.
Suicide bomb attacks kill at least 32 people in northern Nigeria, as the wave of violence from Boko Haram continues.
Ten-man Celtic are knocked out of the Europa League by Inter Milan for whom Fredy Guarin scored a fabulous late goal.
A lack of evidence means there are no conclusions from investigations into possible abuse during school visits by Jimmy Savile.
Sinn Féin MLA Cathal Ó hOisín speaks about what it is like to lose a baby due to a fatal foetal abnormality.
Where David Cameron's pledge to cut net migration to below 100,000 came from - and how it fell apart.
Street artist Banksy has secretly travelled to Gaza where he produced a range of murals as part of a new documentary.
Nic Henning, the joint lowest-ranked golfer on the professional tour, shoots a course record 62 to lead in South Africa.
Council orders Dumbarton lollipop man to stop "high-fiving" children as they cross the road, due to safety fears.
Afghan rescuers are searching for dozens of people believed to be trapped under snow after a series of avalanches that killed at least 187 people.
The US Federal Communications Commission votes in favour of tougher internet regulation, upholding the principle of net neutrality.
China imposes a one-year ban on the import of ivory, amid criticism that demand among Chinese consumers is fuelling poaching in Africa.
CCTV footage of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko before he is said to have been given a fatal dose of poison is shown at an inquiry into his death.
Jenson Button manages just seven laps as car problems dog McLaren on the first day of the final pre-season test.
A Belfast man is convicted of assaulting an elderly neighbour by using his belly to "bounce" her away from his home.
A former Syrian doctor admits having a hoard of explosive ingredients and instructions on how to prepare bombs in Edinburgh.
Five government commissioners are selected to intervene at Rotherham Council after a report found the local authority "not fit for purpose" over its handling of child sexual exploitation in the town.
Jimmy Savile abused 63 people connected to Stoke Mandeville Hospital, but the only formal complaint was ignored, a report finds.
Artist David Hockney creates a new artwork after learning the landscape that inspired a recent painting has been blighted by fly-tipping.
The Conservatives blame EU rules and the Lib Dems for a fresh surge in net migration to levels three times higher than their 100,000 a year goal.