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Celtic's dreams of a domestic treble remain alive after a comfortable Scottish Cup replay win at home to Dundee United.
The Pentagon confirms that a US drone strike in Somalia last Friday killed al-Shabab leader, Adan Garar, a suspect in the 2013 Kenya mall attack.
A Nasa spacecraft orbiting the Red Planet detects a mysterious aurora that reaches deep into the Martian atmosphere.
A man pleads guilty to murdering his wife and leaving her to die on the kitchen floor of their home while he went to work.
Previously unreleased CCTV footage is screened in York as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence.
Valentin Gruener with Sirga the lion
Britain's Andy Murray beats unseeded Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 6-3 6-3 to reach the Indian Wells quarter-finals.
Police in Midland, Texas recently disposed of approximately 20,000lb (9071kg) worth of illegal fireworks in a controlled explosion.
Oxford's vice chancellor Andrew Hamilton is leaving to take over as president of New York University.
The US Federal Reserve signals a future rise in interest rates, but says it will wait until the labour market improves, sending stocks higher.
The largest genetic survey of Britain has shown that there were clear differences in DNA but no unique Celtic gene.
At least four people have been shot at multiple locations in a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona.
The OBR warns some of the assumptions it uses have become 'complex and opaque'
Former 400m world champion Amantle Montsho is banned for two years for doping at last year's Commonwealth Games.
A DNA study of Britons shows that, genetically, there is not a unique Celtic group of people in the UK.
The Chancellor warns Northern Ireland's political parties that they must reach agreement on welfare changes if they are to get power over corporation tax.
Millionaire real estate tycoon Robert Durst is moved to a mental health unit after he was deemed a suicide risk.
McLaren are encouraged by Fernando Alonso's session in the simulator as part of a plan for his return to the track.
As thousands of Russians hail the anniversary of Crimea's annexation, President Putin says sanctions have been damaging but not fatal.
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