As Russian offers Ukraine major economic assistance, a US senator who visited the country says Ukraine's "long-term" financial health is better off with Europe.
How decoding a picture of North Korea elite shows power shift
Records show Carnival "poop cruise" could have been avoided. The cruise line was aware of ongoing fire hazard in ships.
Ireland's economy may be emerging from recession, but a wave of emigration that began in 2008 is continuing. Echoing the last Irish slump in the 1980s, many of those moving to the US may be becoming illegal immigrants, as Aidan Lewis reports.
Scientists say they have been able to successfully print new eye cells that may one day be used to treat sight loss.
If everyone over the age of 50 were to eat an apple a day, 8,500 deaths from heart attacks and strokes could be avoided every year in the UK, say researchers.
Brian Todd reports on Dennis Rodman's latest visit to North Korea & if he's there for more than a basketball exhibition.
How did millions of commuters become entranced by a grid of brightly coloured sweets, asks Chris Stokel-Walker.
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Prisoners serving jail terms of a year or less and those nearing release should be entitled to vote, a cross-party parliamentary committee says.
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Six International Security Assistance Force service members were killed after an aircraft crash in southern Afghanistan on Tuesday, NATO said.
Three men are arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a man in north London a year ago.
Can the US Federal Reserve get back to normal?
A group of Ecuadorians can seek enforcement of a $9.5bn (£5.8bn) judgement against petrol giant Chevron in Canada, an Ontario appeals court rules.