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Hong Kong police say they will hold an inquiry after an officer fired two warning shots during clashes over food stall clearances in Mong Kok.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders win the New Hampshire primary, the second contest in the race for presidential nominees.
Horses discriminate between happy and angry human facial expressions, according to research.
President Obama's plans to regulate emissions of carbon dioxide from US power plants are stalled by the Supreme Court.
Hong Kong's Chan Cheuk Ming has kept his eatery going through hard times, feeding people who cannot pay.
The Court of Appeal has backed unprecedented levels of secrecy in a criminal trial where the defendant was cleared. Will we ever find out what happened?
Rarely seen pictures by Jacques Henri Lartigue reveal his love of colour photographs.
An anti-establishment mood among voters could make itself felt in the UK's referendum on membership of the EU, as Gavin Hewitt reports.
Can an English suit come from Cambodia?
The S African mayor who wants schoolgirls to stay 'pure'
Why do Indian gurus sell noodles?
The chair designed to fit like a baseball glove
A bid to restore a Twickenham house designed and owned by the late artist JMW Turner through crowdfunding is launched.
Three 16-year-olds are thought to be the first triplets set to serve in the Army at the same time.
Flights from the UK to the US could take longer due to the changes in the climate, according to a new study.
The London flat lived in by Jimi Hendrix in the 1960s has been restored.
Norway seeks diversify its economy as oil earnings plunge
The way the government intends to pay for its plans to allow social tenants in England to buy their homes is "extremely questionable", MPs say.
The refugee crisis means that schools have to take in many new pupils. But they might prove to be the highest achievers
A new taskforce, consisting of police, banks and government officials, is being set up by Home Secretary Theresa May to combat fraud across the UK.