UK 'could not cope' if Putin attacked, say military chiefs, who warn that defences have been 'decimated'
Make Chinese lanterns, try dumplings and join in a dragon parade to welcome in the year of the sheep
'See you at Glastonbury,' says Dave Grohl as he picks up NME's best international band award
Children in care homes were not believed because of their backgrounds, says former social worker
Defence secretary warns that Russia poses a 'real and present danger' to the Baltic States
Tax laws that classify tampons as 'luxury items' are illogical, sexist and outdated say campaigners
NatWest and RBS customers with Apple iPhones can now use fingerprints to access bank accounts
Guidelines aim to lower amount of antibiotics prescribed, aiding fight against drug-resistant diseases
Fictional drama about Ukip rule prompts complaints of political bias, but critics say it lacks sophistication
Heckling and jeering left children 'terrified' but the cast members argue it was just a bit of 'banter'
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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