Luis Suarez scores twice as Manchester City lose at home to Barcelona in their Champions League last-16 first-leg match.
At least 28 people have been injured after the train they were travelling on collided with a truck in California.
Healthy gay men should be offered drugs which are normally used to treat HIV in order to prevent infection, say UK Medical Research Council scientists.
Hundreds of climbers forced to abandon Everest expeditions after last year's avalanche want to know if they can try again with the same permits.
Mystery surrounds a cache of guns found at the bottom of a river in Somerset.
Thousands support a Muslim lawyer targeted by the far right
The £6bn health and social care budget for Greater Manchester will be taken over by councils under devolved NHS powers, it is understood.
Brazilian lorry drivers block roads in protest against the high cost of fuel and tolls, with officials saying exports are being affected.
US President Barack Obama vetoes a bill that would have approved construction of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, White House officials say.
Sony Pictures has named Tom Rothman as chairman of the film studio replacing Amy Pascal, who stepped down following a cyber attack.
Lincoln becomes the first place in the UK to introduce a ban on people taking legal highs in public places.
Incoming ECB chief Colin Graves hopes to introduce a Big-Bash style T20 tournament into the English season.
Jack Nowell replaces Jonny May in England's training squad and is in line to start against Ireland in the Six Nations.
At least 37 people have been killed and many more injured in a series of bombings in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett says sorry to her members for not doing a good job of explaining the party's policies.
George Zimmerman will not face federal civil rights charges over the death of black teenager Trayvon Martin.
A former Royal Marine swindled £49,000 in benefits by claiming he was too injured to walk while he was working as a bodyguard in the Middle East.
In our series of letters from African journalists, film-maker and columnist Farai Sevenzo looks at the thorny issue of big game hunting on the continent.
US tyre firm Goodyear agrees to pay $16m to US regulators over allegations it failed to stop persistent bribery in its Kenyan and Angolan operations.
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