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Arsenal start their defence of the FA Women's Cup with a trip to Women's Super League Two side Millwall Lionesses.
Labour accused the Conservatives of planning "extreme" and "unprecedented" cuts in public spending - if they remain in Government.
A football manager became a super-sub when he scored a goal and saved a penalty after coming on at half-time, leading his team to victory.
Up to 30,000 more military personnel could lose their jobs in the next Parliament whoever wins the general election, a defence think tank warns.
Tributes are paid to two boys who were killed in a crash in Leeds, which also seriously injured two other boys and the 21-year-old driver.
Former chief of the defence staff Lord Bramall tells the BBC he categorically denies any involvement with child sexual abuse and that he is "mystified" by a police search of his house.
A 12-year-old boy dies after being severely beaten by his teacher at a school in Cairo, Egypt's education ministry says.
The head of Argentina's tax authority demands that HSBC repatriate the $3.5bn in funds that it says HSBC helped its clients move offshore.
Ex-Coronation Street star Shobna Gulati says her son was bullied because of stories Mirror Group journalists wrote after hacking her phone.
Peter Moores wants to stay as England coach despite his side's shock World Cup exit at the hands of Bangladesh.
Wales bring in hooker Ken Owens before Saturday's Six Nations game with Ireland, while prop Tomas Francis also trains.
A 19-year-old German woman is the first female foreign fighter to be killed fighting Islamic State alongside Kurdish militia groups.
Magazine editor prompts row with her homeless picture
Actor Sean Penn says he has "absolutely no apologies" to make over his controversial "green card" quip at the Academy Awards.
A BBC Three Counties reporter sent to cover his local Conference South club ends up officiating at the match.
Images from around the world: 9 March
The key questions about free schools, which can be set up by parents and community groups in England.
A blog encouraging female contributors to write about their experiences was knocked offline during a day for the global celebration of women.
Lance Armstrong says he hopes for a "dope-free" future for cycling as a report says the sport is struggling with the issue.
Britons are managing to save more money than at any time in the last decade, according to National Savings and Investments (NS&I).