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Welsh Greens accuse Plaid Cymru members of harassing them on social media despite talk of working together in the coming general election.
Irish golfer Peter Lawrie says his form dramatically declined when he stopped drinking large amounts of fizzy drink.
Watch highlights as League One Bradford City create another FA Cup shock by beating Sunderland 2-0 at Valley Parade in the fifth round.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud opens the scoring for the Gunners against Middlesbrough at the Emirates Stadium in the FA Cup fifth round.
People should get a written receipt for all transactions, even small cleaning and gardening jobs, the shadow chancellor advises.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and will undergo surgery on Monday, his office says.
A female suicide bomber kills seven people at a bus station in the Nigerian city of Damaturu, a target of previous attacks by Boko Haram.
Leandro Bacuna and Scott Sinclair secure Aston Villa a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals as they beat Leicester 2-1.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says his party "let people down in Rotherham" over the child sex abuse scandal.
A Muslim Brotherhood leader in Jordan is sentenced to 18 months in prison for criticising the United Arab Emirates.
An elderly man is being treated in hospital after suffering serious injuries in a fire at a Dundee care home.
A coach driver who was arrested after a crash on the M1 in Bedfordshire that left three people dead is released on bail.
What does the government's overhaul of the benefits system with the introduction of universal credit mean for you?
A 47-year-old woman has died and another person has been injured in a one-car crash on the A970 in Shetland.
A man is shot by a Scotland Yard officer in north London, prompting an investigation by the police watchdog.
Ireland captain William Porterfield says victory over the West Indies in their World Cup opener will not be a surprise.
A carnival parade in Braunschweig, northern Germany, is called off at short notice due to a "specific threat of Islamist attack".
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says striker Danny Ings should remain in the Premier League to help him improve.
BBC News NI uncovers a brothel luring undocumented Chinese women to Belfast with the promise of work to pay off people smugglers.
A newly constructed building collapses in northern India killing 13 people sleeping on the ground floor.