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A massive shortfall in a pensions scheme used by UK university staff is even worse than thought, analysis for BBC Newsnight has suggested.
Greenland gives UK-based London Mining a 30-year licence to build and operate an iron ore mine, employing up to 3,000 mainly Chinese workers.
Germany's chancellor says it is "really not on" for friends to spy on each other, as an EU summit is overshadowed by a row over US surveillance.
Staff at Grangemouth are waiting to hear if owner Ineos will grant a reprieve to the closure-threatened petrochemical plant.
Dozens of people are injured in an explosion and fire at a sweet factory in the northern Mexico city of Ciudad Juarez, officials say.
Female prisoners could serve their sentences nearer to where they live in a bid to cut reoffending, the Ministry of Justice is to announce.
The global gender gap is narrowing, a World Economic Forum report suggests, with Nordic countries leading the way but Arab nations lagging behind.
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The Queen is pictured with three future kings in a series of images to mark the christening of third in line to the throne, Prince George.
Microsoft reports better than expected earnings of $5.2bn (£3.2bn) as speculation swirls around who will replace boss Steve Ballmer.
Ethiopia's government has temporarily banned its citizens from travelling abroad to look for work, the state-run Erta news agency reports.
Pirates seize two US sailors from an oil supply ship near Nigeria, as the White House voices concern over rising piracy off West Africa.
Twitter is to sell 70 million shares at an initial sale price of between $17 and $20 (£10 - £12), valuing the company at up to $11.1bn.
Black players may boycott Russia's World Cup in 2018 unless the country tackles racism in football, Ivorian Yaya Toure suggests.
Contractors who worked on the much-maligned US healthcare website tell lawmakers that the Obama administration must share the blame for its glitches.
Tottenham move a step closer to the Europa League knockout stages with a 2-0 victory away to Sheriff Tiraspol in Moldova.
South Africa cracks down on politicians' expenses
Scientists identify thousands of small regions of DNA that influence the way facial features develop.
The Ukrainian WBC heavyweight boxing champion, Vitali Klitschko, confirms he will run in the country's 2015 presidential election.
Police in England and Wales are to hold large-scale trials of body-worn video – standard issue cameras to be worn by all officers on patrol.