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CCTV footage shows the moment a man accidentally set several cars on fire after allegedly lighting a cigarette while trying to steal petrol.
South Africa's deaf federation has claimed that an interpreter using sign language during the Mandela memorial was a "fake".
MPs are to get an 11% pay rise, taking annual pay to £74,000, but will lose out on pensions, says the parliamentary watchdog.
Will Ferrell has told Sky News he might have pursued a career in journalism if he had chosen not to enter comedy and film.
A "fake" sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service has reportedly said he suffered a schizophrenic episode.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed to pay $100m (£61m) after US investigations into illegal transactions with Iran, Sudan, Burma and Cuba.
Inspectors have uncovered a catalogue of failings at GP surgeries - including one with rooms so dirty it had maggots on the floor.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge last night sported 3D glasses in a premiere of a very different kind.
The trainee pilot of the jet that crash-landed at San Francisco's airport last summer worried privately about his ability to land the Asiana Airlines flight safely, an investigation has found.
The trailer for the sci-fi reboot of Godzilla has been revealed, almost 60 years after the iconic Japanese film hit the big screen.
Andy Murray winning Wimbledon, Manchester United losing to Real Madrid and New Year's celebrations were among the big UK Twitter moments in 2013.
Lloyds Banking Group has been fined £28m for "serious failings" which rewarded sales staff with 'grand in your hand' bonuses, even when products they sold consumers were deemed unsuitable.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich said he has invited all parties including the opposition for talks to find a political compromise to a growing crisis in the country.
Australia's highest court has repealed a law permitting gay marriage - meaning dozens of couples face having their weddings annulled within days of the nuptials.
An anonymous room in a quiet wing of a Chicago hospital - a dimly lit room is slowly filling up. Couples arrive holding hands. Others come alone, looking tentative and lost. None of them want to be here.
Celebrities who use their public image to commit a sexual offence could soon face longer prison terms.
The suspension of a six-year-old boy for kissing a girl at school is raising questions about whether the peck should be considered sexual harassment.