Mourners are gathering in Moscow for the funeral of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead four days ago.
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Barclays has announced a 12% rise in annual profits to £5.5bn and confirmed a cut to bonuses as it continues to count the cost of past conduct.
The elephant, the tiger and the rhino are the undisputed "celebrities" of the world's endangered species, but they are by no means the animals most at risk of extinction.
Drinking up to five cups of coffee a day could help prevent heart disease, new research has found.
A member of staff at Yarl's Wood immigration removal centre has been suspended after an undercover TV investigation filmed guards calling inmates "animals" and "bitches".
Three British plane spotters have been arrested in Dubai and are being held in prison.
Sexual abuse of children will be reclassified as a "national threat" with jail sentences for public sector workers who fail to protect youngsters, under Government plans.
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A report into the deaths of as many as 30 mothers and babies from lack of care at a Morecambe Bay trust hospital is expected to be highly critical of NHS managers and health watchdogs.
A fast-moving storm has dumped enough hail on Southern California's "Surf City" to turn one of its sandy beaches white.
An artist who painted a portrait of Bill Clinton has revealed the work contains a secret reference to the former US President's affair with Monica Lewinsky.
A woman who blogged for years about her son's poor health has been convicted of poisoning him to death with salt.
Mohammed Emwazi, the Kuwaiti-born Londoner unveiled as Islamic State fighter 'Jihadi John', has been described as a vulnerable pupil who needed the approval of others.
The emerging markets bank Standard Chartered will risk reigniting a row over City bonuses this week when it reveals that it is cutting bonuses by a smaller percentage than its decline in profits.</
Lawyers prosecuting a man accused of plotting to blow up Manchester's Arndale shopping centre have told a court he "was giving life to al Qaeda's words with blood".
A former banker has been awarded £67,750 after police named him among their "most wanted" over an alleged rape.
England and Sunderland player Adam Johnson has been released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16.
Outspoken rapper Kanye West has given a talk at Oxford University where he shared his thoughts on subjects including race, art, family, music and President Obama.
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of murdering missing 16-year-old Becky Watts.
The man who murdered Bristol landscape architect Joanna Yeates in 2010 has admitted possessing indecent images of children.
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