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Nearly a decade of war and sectarian violence has left Iraq with many orphans and little infrastructure to care for them.
Freezing temperatures as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius have killed 37 people in Ukraine, 19 of them in the last 24 hours.
Three Swedish tourists had a surprise while swimming in a national park in Australia when a crocodile leapt from rocks landing on one of them.
Jonathan Amos is given special access to the British military's powerful new telecommunications satellite, Skynet-5D.
US President Barack Obama wants to reinstate an assault weapons ban in the wake of the mass killings in Newtown, Connecticut, his spokesman says.
Britain's boxers are among the biggest winners in UK Sport's Olympic 2016 funding programme.
About 90 more pieces of gold and silver believed to belong to the Staffordshire Hoard have been found.
The man who interrupted the Oxbridge boat race has told 5 live that he has no regrets despite his six month jail sentence.