New president vows to succeed where Goodluck Jonathan failed and rid Islamist militants from the north
Council chief warns that arts cuts damage our culture, while some critics say that public money can stifle creativity
More than 1,000 snakes try to escape rising waters by sheltering in kitchens, linen closets and on patios
From electric shocks to a one-minute morning wake-up call from strangers across the world
'It is like mowing an entire wheat field with a household lawnmower,' claims rival search firm
The fairground and exotic animals are long gone, but a fire house, train tracks and a solitary llama remain
Defector warns that Pyongyang's elite cyber warfare agency continues to grow in size and capability
Falling US inventories lead to rise in the oil price, but analysts say oversupply remains a problem
Parents are 'being misled' say campaigners, but regulators insist that sugar content is 'clearly labelled'
Study appears to show that sleeping 'provides a unique window for altering fundamental beliefs'
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BBC rules that H982 FKL plates were not a reference to the Falklands War, but critics remain unconvinced
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