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Chelsea want Nathaniel Clyne, Rafael to leave Man Utd, Cheick Tiote to exit Newcastle, Diego Costa will not change, plus more.
Lloyds Banking Group confirms that it will resume paying dividends to shareholders for the first time since the financial crisis in 2008.
A faith-based project aimed at reducing crime in Northamptonshire has not given any money to non-Christian religious groups.
Prince William continues his visit to Japan, lunching with the Japanese Emperor Akihito.
A $150,000 custom-made Calvin Klein Collection by Francisco Costa dress, worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars, has been stolen in Hollywood.
Following clashes on the streets of Athens, German MPs are due to vote on a plan to extend financial aid to Greece by another four months.
There were more than 12,000 attendances at hospital emergency departments in Northern Ireland in the past financial year for self-harm and suicidal thought, according to a new report.
Russia will host the next football World Cup, and with three years to go before the finals, FIFA has called the level of racism in the Russian game "completely unacceptable".
Virginia becomes the second US state to agree compensation for people who were forcibly sterilised under eugenics programmes until the 1970s.
The Duke of Cambridge lays a wreath to commemorate the Commonwealth war dead at Yokohama War Cemetery in Japan.
A Hong Kong woman is jailed for six years for severely abusing her Indonesian maid, in a case that sparked international concern.
A gunman kills three people and then himself at an apartment in the South Korean city of Hwaseong, reports say.
MPs say Chancellor George Osborne's claim to have "halved" the UK's £1.7bn EU budget surcharge last year is "not supported by the facts".
As the US tweaks its web regulations, Cuba is looking to radically update its internet infrastructure.
Fragments of wheat DNA suggest wheat was present in Britain 8,000 years ago, long before it was grown by British farmers.
It is "almost inevitable" that people's blood will take the first steps towards leukaemia, researchers show.
A service allowing motorists in England and Wales charged with summary motoring offences to enter a plea online is being launched by the government.
Ed Miliband is to say tuition fees have been a "disaster" and will set out Labour's plans to cut them by a third.
How Ghana has reversed the exodus of nurses to the UK
Shares on Japan's main index were up on Friday morning due to a weaker yen against the US dollar and despite a raft of mostly disappointing economic figures.