Great Britain recover from the brink of elimination to defeat Ukraine and top their group in Fed Cup qualifying.
Competition watchdog orders Stagecoach and Virgin to take action on overlapping routes.
James Reynolds reports from Donetsk, as the French and German leaders are due to meet Russia's President Putin to try to halt an escalating offensive by pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine.
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Slovakia is set to hold a referendum on restrictions on gay rights and the adoption of children by same-sex couples.
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At least 13 suspected bank robbers are killed in a shootout with police in the Brazilian city of Salvador.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu withdraws from a security conference in Munich, after an Israeli delegation is invited.
Fans trying to escape the Hillsborough disaster were "thrown" back into pens by police officers, the inquests jury is told.
This is the moment burglars ripped a window off a post office before picking up a cash machine and making off with it in a pick-up truck.
Jonathan Sexton is given the medical all-clear to play in Ireland's second Six Nations game against France.
Paris St-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic abuses French referees in either English or Italian, claims Lyon coach Hubert Fournier.
"Unnecessary" teacher workload will be cut with a series of new measures, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announce.
Jordan's Queen Rania talks to the BBC at a rally in Jordan's capital in support of their government's military response to the killing of a Jordanian fighter pilot by Islamic State militants.
Labour's Margaret Hodge says it is "inappropriate" for the party to accept support from accountancy giant PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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A panel rules a care worker's actions amounted to misconduct when he let a boy with a violent past fire a ball-bearing gun
Frequent eye movements in babies could be a clue to whether they have learning problems and may develop an autism spectrum disorder, says a Medical Research Council study.
Eight years on, new details surrounding the life and death of Alexander Litvinenko continue to emerge from the public inquiry currently under way, security correspondent Gordon Corera reports.
A 52-year-old Falkirk man appears in court charged with building an improvised explosive device at a Perthshire holiday park.