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Nikki Watts's late penalty against Barcelona sends Bristol Academy into the quarter-finals of the Women's Champions League.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says steps have been agreed at talks in Jordan to lower tensions between Israelis and Palestinians.
The Labour Party says it would double the fines that can be levied on people who aggressively avoid tax if it wins the next election.
President Barack Obama is soon to enact a major package of reforms that would lift the threat of deportation to millions of undocumented migrants.
British citizens who go abroad to fight could be prevented from returning home under plans to be announced by Prime Minister David Cameron.
James Williams of Subpac explains how "bone conduction" is used in his firm's backpack to convey the physical element of sound.
Nigel Farage clarifies UKIP's position on the NHS, after admitting he once advocated a form of NHS privatisation in a speech two years ago.
Andy Murray is knocked out of the World Tour Finals in London after losing the opening set against Roger Federer.
Brent crude oil price falls below $80 a barrel for the first time since 2010, as Saudi Arabia fails to confirm a cut in production.
Wire taps, denials and lawyers - the disputed report into World Cup bidding leaves Fifa a long way far from "closure".
Five people are charged over allegations a human trafficking ring saw a woman sold for a sham marriage and almost tricked into an abortion.
With Wayne Rooney one cap away from being an England centurion, Phil McNulty looks at the striker's international career.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf lifts the state of emergency imposed to control a deadly Ebola outbreak that has ravaged the country.
Global warming will significantly increase the frequency of lightning strikes, according to US research.
Jessica Ennis-Hill wants her name removed from a stand at Bramall Lane if Sheffield United offer rapist Ched Evans a contract.
The body of a woman is discovered at a house in a Suffolk village after a man was found dead at the bottom of a multi-storey car park.
A demo acetate recording made by Elvis Presley when he was an unknown 18 year old is to be sold at auction at his former Graceland home.
The US government is using drones to patrol half of its border with Mexico to detect illegal immigrants and smugglers, a report by the Associated Press says.
Health Minister Mark Drakeford says the level of sugar in food should be regulated.
Palais de Tokyo director Jean de Loisy explains why Italian performance artist Sven Sachsalber is trying to find a needle in a pile of hay in a contemporary art gallery in Paris.