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Today's investigation into Jimmy Savile reveals how his criminal behaviour "was facilitated by ministers or civil servants".
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Charlton are investigating online footage appearing to show a couple having sex on the club's pitch.
Britain's Andy Murray loses 6-1 6-3 to teenager Borna Coric, ranked 84 in the world, in the Dubai Championships quarter-finals.
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
Ukraine's army is starting the withdrawal of heavy weapons from the front line in the east as part of a ceasefire, the defence ministry in Kiev says.
McLaren expect Fernando Alonso to recover from his crash and race in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on 15 March.
The childhood home of Beatles legend Paul McCartney is to be sold at an auction in Liverpool's famous Cavern Club later.
BBC Radio 1's Official Chart show could move from its Sunday slot following an international agreement to release new albums and singles on Fridays.
The UK government says it has "agreed in principle" not to award any more fracking licences in Scotland.
An unexploded Second World War bomb has been discovered close to Borussia Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park ground.
Clare Balding says more girls should work in sport
BBC Hindi's Ankur Jain explains how people in the city of Ahmedabad in the western Indian state of Gujarat are dealing with a deadly outbreak of swine flu.
Kainos, the Belfast-based IT firm, has announced a major expansion that will create 403 new jobs.
Members of the German parliament from Chancellor Merkel's party overwhelmingly back further help for Greece in a test ballot before Friday's vote.
Five government commissioners are selected to intervene at Rotherham Council after a report found the local authority "not fit for purpose" over its handling of child sexual exploitation in the town.
Peter Horne will replace the banned Finn Russell at fly-half as Scotland make four changes to face Italy.
Cisco, Apple, McAfee and Citrix have all been dropped from China's official list of approved products, according to the Reuters news agency.
A lack of evidence means there are no conclusions from investigations into possible abuse during school visits by Jimmy Savile.
An Al-Jazeera journalist is to appear in a French court accused of flying a drone illegally over Paris as mystery continues over night-time drone flights.