Sergio Aguero takes his Premier League goal tally for the season to 14 as Manchester City ease to victory at Sunderland.
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An inmate is found dead in his cell at a prison in Kent - the third in as many weeks and the ninth in 2014, the Prison Officers' Association says.
A man and a woman are arrested over the death of a newborn baby found at a house in Lancashire.
England made some progress with victory over Sri Lanka in the third one-dayer, but they still have plenty of work to do says Simon Hughes.
A grand jury has not charged a New York City police officer over the death of Eric Garner, who died after being placed in a chokehold by the officer.
The Colombian government and Farc rebels have agreed to resume peace talks suspended over the abduction of an army general, mediators say.
Pope Francis removes the commander of the Swiss Guard, apparently because of his authoritarian style, the Vatican's daily newspaper reports.
Africa's top-ranked nation Algeria are drawn against Ghana, Senegal and South Africa at the 2015 Nations Cup.
The Football Association is investigating a claim of racial abuse during Saturday's game between Middlesbrough and Blackburn.
Hungary summons the top US diplomat in Budapest after Senator John McCain describes Prime Minister Viktor Orban as a "neo-fascist dictator".
Venezuela's chief prosecutor investigates leading opposition figure Maria Corina Machado over an alleged plot to assassinate President Nicolas Maduro.
A campaign group urges the rapid reopening of schools in three Ebola-hit West African states as some five million children are being denied education.
A man is charged with assault and threatening behaviour during a flight to Heathrow on which mayor of London Boris Johnson was a passenger.
One hundred brains, including that of mass murderer Charles Whitman, were reported missing from a collection held at a Texas university.
Concerns for woman attempting to drive across Saudi border
A man who says he served in the RAF and another man, both from Manchester, are charged with terror offences and are due to appear before a court in London.
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Laura Kuenssberg reports on the economic reality in the North East, the area of England with the highest proportion of public sector jobs.
The OBR says spending on public services is heading for an 80-year low.