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UKIP leader Nigel Farage quotes Mahatma Gandhi as he describes his battle with the political establishment.
A United Nations supply convoy is attacked near the city of Gao in northern Mali, with two civilian drivers killed.
Police investigating the murders of a mother and daughter in Merseyside urgently want to trace one of their relatives.
Four people have escaped injury after an arson attack at a house in Cookstown, County Tyrone.
Kristian Thomas wins Britain's first gold medal at the European Gymnastics Championships in Montpellier.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton shades Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in final practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
A second vigil to remember murdered Irish student Karen Buckley is being held in Glasgow later.
Craig Sibbald's headed goal secures Falkirk a place in the Scottish Cup final at the expense of profligate Hibernian.
Defending champion Mark Selby needs four more frames to win his opening match after taking a 6-3 lead against Kurt Maflin.
James Anderson says he is "hugely proud" to have overtaken Sir Ian Botham as England's highest Test wicket-taker.
Former world number one Martina Hingis loses 6-4 6-0 to Agnieszka Radwanska in the Fed Cup on her return to singles action.
More than 30 people are detained by police in South Africa after a fresh outbreak of anti-foreigner violence around Johannesburg.
The estate of Adolf Hitler's Nazi propaganda chief, Joseph Goebbels, is suing a publisher for royalties for the use of extracts from his diaries.
Four people are arrested after man, 42, dies following a serious assault in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
Tributes are paid in Nepal and climbing is suspended to mark the anniversary of an avalanche on Everest that killed 16 sherpas.
The shooting of free-running badgers in culls should end, the British Veterinary Association says, explaining it is more humane to capture them first.
Stalin and storytellers haunt Russian town
A man in his 70s is robbed by an armed man in west Belfast.
An exact replica of an 18th Century French frigate has set sail on its maiden voyage - recreating a transatlantic journey to America.
Two teenage boys were arrested after trouble broke out in the Galliagh estate in Londonderry.