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A TV reporter was buried in snow by a passing plough truck while he delivered a live broadcast.
Officials are investigating the identity of four passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people - but have not determined if it was downed in a terror attack.
TV licence dodgers may no longer face prosecution in the courts under new plans being considered by the Government.
A "very sudden and very violent" event is likely to be responsible for the loss of the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, according to aviation experts.
The safety record of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200, which is feared to have crashed near Vietnam with 239 people on board, is "superb", an aviation expert has told Sky News.
An extra £140m is being made available by Westminster to help local councils repair roads which have been battered by this winter's severe weather.
Barack Obama has appeared in a White House workout video to encourage young Americans to get fit.
New measures to protect victims of domestic abuse come into effect today.
In a television studio in a suburb of the South Korean capital, Seoul, an unusual show is being filmed.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has warned Russia that any military moves to annex the Crimean peninsula would close the door to international diplomacy.
The first week of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial has delivered plenty of drama and, for millions of South Africans, their first real glimpse of local criminal justice in action.
Brighton Beach in New York has one of America's largest populations of Russians.
Hillary Clinton has called achieving equality for women and girls "the great unfinished business of the 21st century" as the world marks International Women's Day.
Coastal communities affected by flooding will be able to bid for a share of a £64m fund.
A banned driver who drove a stolen car at 100mph on icy roads with his pregnant girlfriend and a baby in the back seat has been jailed for 22 months.
Protesters pushed back riot police as thousands of people armed with cooking pots took to the streets of Caracas to demonstrate against Venezuela's government.