BBC News Kim Jong-nam: What is South Korea's take on the killing? 2017-02-27T10:50:19.000000Z Speculation is rife and defectors are unnerved by the death of the North Korean in Malaysia. Woman sent back to Singapore despite 27-year marriage 2017-02-27T10:38:25.000000Z Irene Clennell has been sent back to Singapore, leaving behind her husband and sons in Britain. Iranian winner blasts US travel ban 2017-02-27T10:36:18.000000Z Director Asghar Farhadi's The Salesman won best foreign language film but he boycotted the awards. Labour MP Gerald Kaufman dies at 86 2017-02-27T10:14:55.000000Z Sir Gerald had been an MP since 1970 and became the oldest serving member of the Commons in 2015. Child sex abuse inquiry public hearings to start 2017-02-27T10:07:27.000000Z The first public sessions will focus on British children sent abroad between 1945 and 1974. Insurance premiums set to soar after compensation changes 2017-02-27T10:03:56.000000Z Changes to the formula for calculating compensation payments is set to make car insurance costlier. Chile mudslides cut off water to millions 2017-02-27T09:50:59.000000Z Torrential rain over the weekend has prompted mudslides into the Maipo river. Emma Stone: 'The craziest Oscar moment?' 2017-02-27T09:46:59.000000Z Emma Stone says this year's Oscars have felt 'like another planet'. Oscars 2017: Moonlight wins best picture after announcement mix-up 2017-02-27T09:46:58.000000Z Moonlight wins best picture at the Oscars after a chaotic error involving wrong envelopes. NHS misplaced half a million patient documents 2017-02-27T09:37:42.000000Z The material, mistakenly stored in a warehouse over five years, included cancer test results.