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Nato urges Russia to end air strikes "on the Syrian opposition and civilians", five days after Moscow launched raids to support Syria's government.
George Osborne tells Conservatives to "extend our hand" to Labour voters - and devolves £26bn of business rates to English councils.
Smartphone users can do "very little" to stop security services getting "total control" over their devices, US whistleblower Edward Snowden tells the BBC in his first British TV interview.
The chief constable of Merseyside Police believes a police officer struck and killed by a stolen car "didn't stand a chance".
Former Wales and Sheffield United footballer Ched Evans is to have his rape conviction reviewed by the Court of Appeal.
US, Japan and 10 other Pacific rim countries agree a wide-ranging Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal that covers about 40% of the world economy.
Ambulances were called out to the headquarters of one of Europe's largest sports retailers 76 times in two years, a BBC investigation finds.
Chancellor George Osborne says local councils across England will be able to keep all proceeds from business rates.
A daughter "kissed her mother goodbye" before being told hospital staff had got the wrong body and her mother was still alive, it is revealed.
Source: BBC International