A man accused of exploiting the Heartbleed bug to steal information on hundreds of people will appear in court later.
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A crash involving two fire engines sent one of them careering across a busy pavement and into the front of a Chinese restaurant.
The search has resumed for around 290 people who remain missing after a South Korean ferry capsized and sank.
A missing ferry passenger's dad says his son has texted him saying: "I'm alive, there are students alive, please save us quickly."
I am supposed to be impartial, but it is difficult to report on the performance of defence witness Roger Dixon without pointing out he had a rather uncomfortable time being cross-examined.
A unique new trial could bring hope to thousands of lung cancer patients in the UK by targeting their tumours with more personalised medication.
Two people have died after a pile up involving five cars on the M26 motorway in Kent.
The man arrested for allegedly placing a fake bomb near the finish line of the Boston Marathon has been sent to a state facility to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Parents of missing teenagers aboard the stricken ferry off the coast of South Korea have been hiring rescue boats to join the search overnight.
We arrived in Slavyansk to find an armoured personnel carrier (APC) performing stunts outside the mayor's office in the centre of town, to cheers and applause from the crowd.
Families are facing a "growing crisis" when it comes to getting their children into primary schools, the head of a teaching union has said.
The Co-operative Group is set to announce losses of up to £2.5bn after a series of "catastrophically inept decisions".
Former News Of The World editor Andy Coulson has told a jury he heard voicemail messages hacked from David Blunkett's phone.
Ed Balls is facing a police investigation after hitting a car and driving off without reporting it.
Trying to separate fact from fiction is part of a journalist's job, but in Moscow you have to learn to treat some reports with a large dose of scepticism.
Britain's "boys' club" culture, with wolf-whistling and Page 3, makes sexism more prevalent than in other countries, a senior UN official has warned.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Australia with their son George for the second part of their Antipodean tour.
Oscar Pistorius has buried his head in his hands during a graphic account of how bullets he fired fatally injured his girlfriend.
Nato has said it is taking immediate steps to boost its military presence in eastern Europe in response to Russian "aggression" in Ukraine.
Miley Cyrus has been forced to cancel two concerts after being rushed to hospital suffering from a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.
A mini-submarine tasked with finding wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane is on its second mission to the bottom of the Indian Ocean.
Video footage has emerged from inside the South Korean ferry apparently showing passengers in life jackets as the boat began to sink.
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