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Two people are arrested after a man dies from head injuries in Coleraine, County Londonderry.
Robbie Savage on why Sunday's Capital One Cup final is not a mission impossible for the Black Cats
Work on a new £15m health centre in Cardigan must start in early 2015, the health minister says.
A solider has been shot dead in Venezuela during violent clashes between security forces and protesters in the capital Caracas.
A bomb attack on a polio vaccination team in north-west Pakistan has killed at least 11 people, officials say.
Britain's Andy Murray is beaten in three sets by Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in a thrilling semi-final at the Mexican Open.
A 29-year-old man is charged with assault after a security guard is found with serious head injuries at a Worcestershire shopping centre.
Mike Costello profiles former heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko, who is attempting to become Ukraine's next president
Surprises and dead certs - looking ahead to the Oscars
A Cuban spy freed from US jail after serving a 15-year sentence is greeted by Cuban President Raul Castro at the airport in the capital, Havana.
Tom Brook reports on the "inventive and aggressive" Oscar campaigns used by film promoters and distributors to harvest votes for their movies.
Quidditch is a much-loved sport played by witches and wizards in the Harry Potter series, and now an adapted version of the game is one of the fastest growing team sports in the UK.
US President Obama warns Moscow there will be "costs" for any military intervention in Ukraine, amid reports of Russian forces on the move in Crimea.
Surgeons in Newcastle have removed a man's tumour and repaired the site of the operation using leg muscles and tissue they had attached to his arm to keep alive.
GB's Joanna Rowsell wins her second gold of the World Track Championships with victory in the individual pursuit.
The papers report claims of Russian troop movements in Crimea and there is news of a Tory plea to Boris Johnson and TV presenter Susanna Reid's split from her long-term partner.
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye warns Japan it will bring isolation on itself if it reviews a statement acknowledging its wartime use of sex slaves.
One of the world's biggest Bitcoin exchanges, MtGox, has filed for bankruptcy.
The government has pledged a £2m support fund to provide advice and support for firms in England which rely on tourism in areas hit by flooding.