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The overturning of a conviction for under-age sex raises the possibility of a return to frontline politics for Silvio Berlusconi, says Mark Duff.
A bus plunges off a cliff near the city of Joinville in southern Brazil, killing at least 32 people.
The Liberal Democrats are "here to stay", and will defy poor poll predictions in the general election, Nick Clegg will tell party supporters later.
Sneaking on to Onassis's yacht to catch him with Jackie Kennedy
Social care should be free to everyone at the end of life, a report by the Commons Health Committee which also calls for better recording of what people want in their final days says.
The US embassy in Saudi Arabia cancels all consular services for Sunday and Monday due to "heightened security concerns".
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Fighters from the UK and the US are among foreign volunteers who increasingly find themselves on the front line fighting IS in Syria.
Scottish government funding means robots could be helping perform prostate cancer surgery in Scotland within next two years.
Scotland's deputy first minister has renewed calls for a "fundamental" change to oil and gas taxation ahead of this week's Budget Statement.
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Fighting rages in Libya between Islamic State fighters and a militia alliance from the west of the country, near the city of Sirte.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says winger Angel Di Maria will remain at Old Trafford next season.
Gareth Bale to return to the Premier League, Celtic want Steven Gerrard on loan, Danny Ings to join Man Utd, plus more.
Britain's Andy Murray is through to the third round at Indian Wells, defeating Canada's Vasek Pospisil 6-1 6-3
Speculation about the chancellor's Budget plans and more reports about future of Jeremy Clarkson at the BBC are the focus for Sunday's front pages.
National mourning is declared in Serbia after a rescue helicopter crashes while carrying a baby for medical treatment, with the loss of seven lives.
Aid agencies in Vanuatu say they are stepping up efforts to reach remote communities battered when Cyclone Pam tore through the Pacific archipelago.
George Osborne is set to extend pension freedoms to retirees who already have an annuity as part of next week's Budget, the BBC understands.