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A controversial Swedish cartoonist collects an award at the Danish parliament, his first public appearance since last month's gun attack in Copenhagen.
Sunderland are criticised after appearing to mistakenly start the second half of their match against Aston Villa with 10 men.
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams says that progress is still being made over the Stormont budget after further talks on Saturday.
Labour MP Frank Field is being treated in hospital after collapsing, the party confirms.
QPR's relegation woes deepen after they slump to defeat at Crystal Palace and an eighth Premier League loss in nine games.
An eagle flies from the world's tallest building, Dubai's Burj Khalifa, while a camera on its back live streams the footage.
The body of Konstandinos Erik Scurfield - the first Briton killed fighting Islamic State - is handed over to his father on the Syria-Iraq border.
Israelis vote in the second snap election in two years on 17 March, and polls indicate that rightwing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party is facing a serious challenge from the centre-left Zionist Union.
Welshman Michael White thrashes England's Ricky Walden 5-0 to win his first world ranking title at the Indian Open.
Home Secretary Theresa May warns about the scale of child abuse likely to be uncovered by a new inquiry.
A team of conservationists have highlighted the plight of endangered eagles by filming a record-breaking bird flight from the top of the Burj Khalifeh in Dubai.
Middlesbrough take the outright lead in the Championship with a win over rivals Ipswich in an incident-packed match.
Police in eastern India are searching for a group of men who ransacked a convent school and gang-raped an elderly nun.
A report on Russia's role in the Ukraine conflict - compiled by murdered opposition politician Boris Nemtsov - will be released in April, his ally tells the BBC.
Vanuatu President Baldwin Lonsdale appeals for international help after Cyclone Pam causes widespread destruction in the Pacific island archipelago.
No turning back: Andrew Benson on F1's good, bad and ugly on the eve of the new season.
Sierra Leone's Vice-President Samuel Sam-Sumana tells the BBC he is seeking US political asylum after soldiers surrounded his house.
Humza Yousaf calls on UKIP's David Coburn to resign after the Scottish government minister was reportedly compared to a convicted terrorist.
A body is found in the boot of a burning car near Ifield Golf Club in West Sussex.
Surrey want to sign Kevin Pietersen for all forms of cricket for 2015, provided he can secure his release from the IPL.