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- Malaysia 'must intensify jet search'
- China urges Malaysia to "step up its efforts" in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared on Saturday.
- Nato jets to monitor Ukraine border
- Nato announces it will deploy Awacs reconnaissance planes in Poland and Romania to monitor the crisis in Ukraine.
- El Salvador vote recount under way
- Electoral authorities in El Salvador order a recount of all votes in the unexpectedly close presidential election as both candidates claim victory.
- US Army sex crimes case in doubt
- A US army judge says the military may have improperly pressed ahead with the sex crimes trial of a US army general.
- 'Withdraw' major stem cell findings
- A Japanese scientist behind a seemingly groundbreaking stem cell study says the findings should be withdrawn amid doubts over its quality.
- Israel attacks 'hypocrisy' over Iran
- Prime Minister Netanyahu shows his anger at the West as he unveils a shipment of weapons Israel says were being sent from Iran to Gaza.
- Pistorius sick as post-mortem read
- Oscar Pistorius is physically sick during his murder trial as he hears evidence from a post-mortem examination on his girlfriend's body.
- Snowden warns of web's 'dark arts'
- US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden portrays a bleak future for the internet as he speaks via video link to the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.
- Detained US immigrants refuse food
- About 150 people are on the fourth day of a hunger strike at an immigration detention centre in the US state of Washington, officials say.
- World's largest banana firm created
- Irish fruit firm Fyffes and US rival Chiquita are to merge, creating the world's largest banana company.
- US court ends 'boobies' bracelet ban
- The US Supreme Court rejects an appeal which sought to ban students in Pennsylvania from wearing controversial breast cancer awareness bracelets.
- Spain says rubber bullet use wrong
- Police should not have fired rubber bullets at migrants during an incident in which 15 people drowned, Spain's interior minister admits.
- VIDEO: 'Dead' drug lord killed in Mexico
- Security officials in Mexico announce that they have killed Nazario Moreno, a drug lord who was reported to have been shot dead three years ago.
- VIDEO: Many hurt in US school stage collapse
- A stage at a southern California high school collapses during a performance, sending 25 students to hospital with minor injuries.
- VIDEO: Kidnapped nuns released in Syria
- A group of Greek Orthodox nuns held for three months by rebels in Syria after being taken from their convent in Maaloula have arrived back in Damascus.
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- VIDEO: Pistorius vomits as post-mortem read
- Oscar Pistorius vomited in court as he heard a pathologist's testimony about the nature of his girlfriend's injuries after he shot her dead.
- VIDEO: Intense media interest in missing plane
- The international media and relatives wait for news as the search for the missing plane continues for a third day.
- VIDEO: Smartphones meet polaroid at SXSW
- Inventors at the South by Southwest festival show how to print smartphone photos onto old Polaroid film.
- VIDEO: Iran nuclear deal 'within months'
- The Iranian foreign minister has told the visiting EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, that a nuclear deal could come in the next four months.
- Transatlantic great white 'pregnant'
- The first great white shark seen to cross the Atlantic may be pregnant, the head of the expedition tracking it says.
- Google: Android for wearables coming
- Google will release a software development kit later this month for developers to create smart wearable devices using its Android operating system.
- eBay cuts chief exec's pay in half
- E-commerce giant eBay cuts the total compensation of its chief executive, John Donahoe, by more than half.
- Mining shares hit by iron ore slump
- Shares of some of the world's biggest mining companies are hit by a slump in the price of iron ore, amid fears of a Chinese economic slowdown.
- VIDEO: Panels and parties at SXSW
- The annual South by Southwest festival has kicked off in Austin, Texas. The BBC's North America Technology Correspondent Richard Taylor soaks up the atmosphere.
- VIDEO: 'Superman suit' lets man lift 100kg
- Engineers in Italy have developed a wearable robot which they claim is the most sophisticated built in the world to date.
- Jude and Judi up for Olivier Awards
- Dame Judi Dench and Jude Law are among the nominees in the running for this year's Olivier Awards, one of the most high-profile events in the UK theatre calendar.
- Swift reclaims 'top earner' crown
- Country star turned pop sensation Taylor Swift returns to the top of Billboard's annual list of music money makers, a title she held in 2012 only to relinquish last year to Madonna.
- Elephants recognise human voices
- Elephants are able to work out ethnicity, gender and age from the sound of a human voice, according to a study.
- New threat to ozone layer identified
- Scientists identify four new man-made gases that are contributing to the depletion of the ozone layer.
- Blood test 'finds Alzheimer's early'
- A blood test can accurately predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease, according to US researchers.
- Malaria 'spreading to new altitudes'
- Warmer temperatures are causing malaria to spread in the African and South American highlands, traditionally havens from the disease, scientists say.
- Injured Root out of World Twenty20
- Joe Root will miss the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh after fracturing his thumb in the last one-day international against West Indies.
- Do skiing apps encourage dangerous behaviour?
- Smartphone apps which measure skiing speed have been criticised for encouraging dangerous behaviour on the slopes. But are they really so bad?
- Diamonds: Natural and unnatural wonders
- Diamonds may be the ultimate status symbol, but beautiful specimens no longer come only from deep holes in the ground.
- South Sudan hit by anti-UN protest
- More than 1,000 people have protested in South Sudan's capital, Juba, accusing the UN of arming rebels - a charge it denies.
- Kim Jong-un in 'unanimous poll win'
- North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is elected to the country's rubber-stamp parliament with a unanimous vote from his district, state media say.
- Bayern boss admits massive tax fraud
- Uli Hoeness, president of European football champions Bayern Munich, admits in court that he defrauded the German tax authorities of 18m euros (£15m; $25m).
- 'Long-dead Mexico drug lord killed'
- Officials in Michoacan, Mexico say that they have shot dead drug lord Nazario Moreno - The Craziest One - who was reported killed in 2010.
- Syria rebels free kidnapped nuns
- A group of Greek Orthodox nuns held for three months by rebels in Syria after being taken from their convent in Maaloula arrive back in Damascus.
- Child-killer mother found dead
- An American woman who killed her three children in Edinburgh is found dead in a secure hospital in Nottinghamshire.
- RAF jets to monitor Ukraine border
- Royal Air Force reconnaissance planes will fly missions to Poland and Romania to monitor the crisis in Ukraine, the Ministry of Defence says.
- MP 'abused young men in Parliament'
- The former deputy speaker of the House of Commons sexually abused young men in Parliament and at the Conservative Party conference, a court hears.
- MoD shell 'misses target by miles'
- The Army suspends live firing on Salisbury Plain while it investigates why a shell apparently flew about five miles off course.
- 'Wide variations' in abuse referrals
- There are significant variations across England and Wales in the way police and prosecutors deal with cases of domestic violence, figures show.
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