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BBC legal correspondent Clive Coleman on the difficulties of the joint enterprise doctrine.
UKIP's battle to attract more young members
A man wielding a fake gun is arrested in a studio of Dutch news broadcaster NOS, causing the main evening bulletins to be cancelled.
MPs say problems in some more autonomous schools have been picked up too late because of lack of oversight by the government.
Who was the zombie cat?
What people miss about life before the Ebola outbreak
French teachers on the front line after Charlie Hebdo attack
BBC Social Affairs reporter John McManus looks at the use of blasphemy laws across the world, and a new campaign to challenge them.
A Tibetan Buddhist monk took in 33 orphans after an earthquake in 2010 - now he is looking after 170 children.
The remarkable appeal of the Finnish baby boxes
The country where even the middle classes may love Marx
The rise in childhood obesity, which has left one in three children overweight, may be beginning to level off in the under-10s, a study suggests.
Did the soldiers of WW1 have an irrational fear of poison gas?
Police forces in England and Wales lack the capability to investigate corruption among their officers and staff, inspectors say.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch finally opens up to reporters in the build up to the Super Bowl.
Defending champion Stan Wawrinka and world number one Novak Djokovic will meet for a place in the Australian Open final.
The online retail giant Amazon reports weaker profits for the busy Christmas period, but a 15% rise in sales cheers investors.
Former Labour health minister Lord Darzi tells BBC's Newsnight it is irrelevant whether NHS care is delivered by the private or the public sector.
A gas tank lorry explodes outside a maternity and children's hospital in Mexico City, killing a woman and a baby.
Foreign ministers from the EU agree in Brussels to extend existing sanctions against Russia until September but not to impose any new sanctions.