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Rory McIlroy prepares for Augusta trying to rectify the faults that have undermined his efforts on the PGA Tour so far this year.
The BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones investigates whether smartwatches are really the next big thing.
Two helicopters have crashed in north-west Argentina, killing at least 10 people during the filming of a TV programme, police say.
The Ukrainian president confirms that pro-Russian rebels in the east have withdrawn a "significant" amount of heavy weapons under a ceasefire plan.
Arsenal earn an FA Cup semi-final against Bradford City or Reading after beating Manchester United.
Parents of a four-year-old girl who was cycling on a pavement are left baffled when a police officer threatens to confiscate her bike.
Five ways to stay in power in Central Asia
Danny Welbeck scores to knock his former club Manchester United out of the FA Cup and send Arsenal into the last four.
A French journalist, Nicolas Henin, who was held hostage for 10 months in Syria by the British militant known as "Jihadi John" describes his captors as "fragile" jihadis.
The internet reacts to the Apple Watch event
Crufts organisers say sabotage will not be tolerated, amid "unsubstantiated" rumours other dogs were poisoned at the event.
Fernando Alonso's manager Flavio Briatore says there are many questions left unanswered about the Spaniard's crash in Barcelona.
The 92-year-old sister of a WWII pilot who went missing in action is reunited with his wedding ring more than 70 years after he disappeared.
Why so many Japanese mums don't go back to the jobs market
In Japan, it is still common for many women to want to give up their own jobs once they become mothers, but with average salaries relatively low compared to Japan's cost of living, it is a luxury few can afford.
England will meet Canada in Wednesday's Cyprus Cup final after a 1-1 draw with the Netherlands.
Sam Simon, an Emmy-winning writer and producer, gave away much of his money to charity after he was diagnosed with colon cancer.
Conservative MP Stephen O'Brien is appointed to a top job at the United Nations and will leave Parliament at the general election.
A woman who described herself as "the Michelangelo of buttocks injections" is convicted of the 2011 murder of a UK woman.
BBC Sport asks some of Britain's most high-profile sports women about their sporting heroines growing up.