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World number one Neil Robertson crushes defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-1 to reach his third Masters final.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a building thought to be a fish factory in Peterhead.
Mike Bushell visits a temporary disc golf course in Basingstoke where he met the British number one and spoke to some of those learning the game.
Ivory Coast coach Herve Renard says his team cannot rely only on Wilfried Bony and Yaya Toure at the Nations Cup.
Former champion chaser Sprinter Sacre Ascot finishes second to winner Dodging Bullets in the runner-up's comeback race at Ascot.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Africa Cup of Nations game between Zambia and Congo DR.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Africa Cup of Nations game between Tunisia and Cape Verde Islands.
Police in the capital of Niger fire tear gas during a protest against the French magazine Charlie Hebdo's Prophet Muhammad cartoon
More than 100 people in China brave police surveillance to pay their respects to the purged former leader Zhao Ziyang, on the 10th anniversary of his death
Saracens thrash Munster to set up a winner-takes-all match in their final Pool One encounter away to Clermont.
Kristen Davis, a passenger on a delayed Eurostar service from Paris, describes what happened on her journey through the tunnel.
Celtic return to Premiership action following a winter retreat in Gran Canaria with victory over Hamilton.
Up to 1,200 properties are left without water supply in County Tyrone.
Ben Osborn scores a late winner as Nottingham Forest hit back to beat Derby and relieve the pressure on boss Stuart Pearce.
Posters advertising a Holocaust memorial event in east London are daubed with graffiti including the words "liars" and "killer".
Getting more women into the workplace could be a boon to global output. Linda Yueh assesses what needs to be done to make it happen.
Churches are set on fire in the capital of Niger during fresh protests against the French magazine Charlie Hebdo's Prophet Muhammad cartoon.
Rangers supporters drop an attempt to take court action to prevent any move to give Mike Ashley security over Ibrox.
Eurostar suspends all services as the Channel Tunnel is closed, after a lorry caught fire at the French end of the tunnel.
An emergency medicine consultant blames a drop in his department's performance on a lack of capacity in other hospital areas and care homes.