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England must rethink their death bowling tactics to revive their World Cup hopes, admits coach Peter Moores.
Virat Kohli's hundred helps India open the defence of their World Cup crown with a 76-run win over arch rivals Pakistan.
Two are charged over an alleged mass-shooting plot in Halifax, Canada - while the purported dark writings of a third suspect, now dead, also emerge.
The funeral is taking place in County Fermanagh of Belcoo schoolboy Oisin McGrath.
Two fatal shootings in Copenhagen come nearly 10 years after a Danish newspaper angered Muslims by printing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, the BBC's Malcolm Brabant reports.
Two people have died and six have been injured in a crash between a minibus and a lorry, Staffordshire Police say.
Billionaire Michele Ferrero, whose global chocolate empire made him Italy's richest man, has died aged 89.
Death threats were sent to the artist behind the Tower of London poppy exhibition, he reveals.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits star player Alexis Sanchez was "not himself" during the win over Leicester.
Hopes are high that over 60 stranded pilot whales have survived after they were refloated by whale conservation workers and volunteers.
A mother describes her dramatic escape from a coach that was destroyed in an explosion on the way to Disneyland Paris.
Powers over hunting with dogs should be devolved to Wales, according to the MP for Brecon and Radnorshire.
Three men are charged with assault and disorderly behaviour over an incident in Carrickfergus on Saturday.
Researchers in London are storing digital videos of the beating hearts of more than 1,500 people, along with their genetic data.
David Miller and JP Duminy share a record fifth-wicket stand of 256 as South Africa recover to beat Zimbabwe by 62 runs.
A lack of office space outside Cardiff could be stopping many areas benefitting from new financial services jobs, a business expert says.
Iranian cinema is back in the spotlight after new films at both the Berlin Film Festival and Tehran's Fajr Festival, the BBC's Camelia Sadeghzadeh reports.
Thousands of women join protests in several Turkish cities over the murder of a young woman who allegedly resisted a rape attempt.
Officials in Canada have branded as ''murderous misfits'' a gang they say planned to kill as many people as possible in a massacre on Valentine's Day.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko formally gives the order for a ceasefire at a news conference where he ''strongly demands'' that the truce is fulfilled.