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The former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has given evidence at the inquests into the Hillsborough disaster.
Turkey issues an arrest warrant for influential US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is accused of organising an anti-government movement.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has signed a new contract which will keep him at Etihad Stadium until 2019.
Ferrari hire former Toro Rosso driver Jean-Eric Vergne to work on car development in their simulator.
Belarus's central bank moves to protect its currency by imposing a new tax, as it feels the knock-on effects of the fall in the Russian rouble.
It is beginning to dawn on MPs and peers quite how difficult it is likely to be to govern after the next election.
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A court in Nigeria rules that all prisoners should be able to vote, with general elections looming in February 2015.
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A controlled explosion is carried out on a device found under a serving soldier's car in Portadown, County Armagh.
Pakistan carries out its first executions since lifting a moratorium on the death penalty in the wake of the Peshawar school massacre.
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The US Federal Bureau of Investigation says North Korea was behind a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures over a film about its leader Kim Jong-un.
A woman convicted of harassing a Marie Stopes clinic director is cautioned for breaching a court order.
Two newspapers from 19 March 1909, two postcards and a list of names dated 26 March 1909 are found inside a snuff tin by workmen in Edinburgh.
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An Oxfam tweet linking benefit cuts to poverty could have been "misconstrued" as party political campaigning, the Charity Commission says.
Former England striker Gary Lineker says football will not remain the beautiful game with Fifa in charge.
Alastair Cook is replaced by Eoin Morgan as England's one-day captain, less than two months before the World Cup.
The BBC goes to the Philippines to investigate a rise in blackmail of people duped into taking part in explicit online chats and videos.