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Jarrett Rivers cuts in from the right and fires home the winning goal for non-league side Blyth Spartans against Hartlepool in the second round of the FA Cup.
Jarrett Rivers scores in the 90th minute to send Blyth Spartans through to the FA Cup third round at the expense of Hartlepool.
A textbook display of counter attacking football sees Dundee United win an entertaining match away to Ross County.
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The UN World Food Programme says it will reinstate food aid this month to the very poorest Syrian refugees.
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Belgium's dowager queen Fabiola, the widow of 1951-93 King Baudouin, has died in Brussels at the age of 86, the royal palace says.
A new law has come into force which makes the legal drink-drive limit in Scotland lower than elsewhere in the UK.
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The Duke of Cambridge will meet President Obama at the White House on Monday, during a three-day visit to the US with the Duchess of Cambridge.
Egypt's prosecutor-general's office is investigating what it describes as a "fabricated" recording of top officials discussing the detention of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.