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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says he is surprised by Paris St-Germain's aggression ahead of their Champions League tie.
About 80 children rescued from a Boko Haram camp in Cameroon cannot remember their own names or origins, an aid official tells the BBC.
Hillary Clinton tells reporters she used private emails "out of convenience" during her time as secretary of state.
Jurors in the Boston Marathon bombing trial are shown a blood-stained note allegedly written by the accused as he hid from police inside a boat.
Manchester United use on-loan Monaco striker Radamel Falcao in an Under-21 Premier League match against Tottenham.
Iraqi forces retake parts of the city of Tikrit from Islamic State (IS) militants, Iraqi officials say, as a major government offensive continues.
Elise Christie will compete in the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships, despite a death in her family.
The BBC confirms that the hit serial killer drama The Fall has been commissioned for a third series.
Fergal Keane travels between the Ukrainian and rebel frontlines near Donetsk to meet the men and women fighting on each side.
Gigaom, one of the leading technology blogs, has ceased operations after running out of money.
A Scottish woman who travelled to Syria to become a so-called "jihadi bride" will be prosecuted if she ever returns to the UK, MPs have been told.
The Irish government is holding an emergency session to close an unexpected loophole in its Misuse of Drugs Act.
More than 1.8m people belong to sports clubs and almost three million sports competitions took place in England in 2014, reveals a new study.
The New York City Health board fails to lift a 25-year-old ferret ban in place, disappointing ferret fancies in the city.
The European Parliament calls in the EU's anti-fraud squad over possible financial irregularities committed by France's National Front.
The FTSE 100 records its biggest one-day fall of the year after energy shares are hit by the falling price of oil.
Two Oklahoma students who led the singing of a racist chant captured on video have been expelled, says the university's president.
MPs take evidence for their inquiry into tax avoidance and evasion at HSBC.
Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended by the BBC "following a fracas" with a producer, the corporation says.
Labour leader Ed Miliband's wife Justine says attacks on her husband will get "really vicious" but she is "ready for the criticism".