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A man dies after being rescued from a fire at a house in Cardiff.
Holders Real Madrid will meet Atletico Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals, while Barcelona face Paris St-Germain.
The UK Supreme Court is to rule next week on whether Prince Charles' letters to government should be made public.
The UK's largest bank by assets, HSBC, is reshuffling its responsibilities at board level.
A video emerges of Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson saying at a charity event that he has been "sacked" by the BBC.
Bristol captain Grace McCatty says the Champions League quarter-final with Frankfurt is the biggest in the club's history.
An elderly electrician is ordered to return more than 200 pieces to Pablo Picasso's family after a court finds him guilty of possessing stolen goods.
Suicide bombers have blown themselves up at two mosques in the centre of Yemen's capital, Sanaa, killing at least 16 people, reports say.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said he was shocked to find out about allegations of a "serious financial nature" against UKIP MEP Janice Atkinson.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue service is fined £54,000 after admitting health and safety breaches that contributed to a firefighter's death.
Australia withstand a pulsating spell from Pakistan's Wahab Riaz to set up a meeting with India in the World Cup semi-finals.
The president of Tunisia is to address the nation, two days after the museum attack that killed 23 people, mostly foreign tourists.
Blackpool fans plan to protest against the club's owners, the Oyston family, by going to watch AFC Blackpool on Saturday instead.
A rare eclipse of the sun in Northern Ireland which was visible to many ends.
Millions of people in the UK and northern Europe have observed spectacular scenes as the Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun.
Pension policyholders have been warned not to be tempted to "dash for the cash" when the new rules come into effect in April.
People arrested for sexual offences in England and Wales could have their identities protected if a cross-party group of MPs get their way.
An 11-year-old is among more than 600 girls under the age of 16 in Northern Ireland given contraceptive implants in the last five years.
The Six Nations gets the Game of Thrones treatment, with everyone asking 'who will wear the crown'?
A passenger train derails in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, killing at least 30 people and leaving dozens injured.