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The US says it is speeding up weapons deliveries to a Saudi-led coalition bombing Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Labour would abolish the non-domicile rule, where some wealthy people can limit the tax paid on earnings outside the UK, Ed Miliband is to announce.
Lawrence Dallaglio believes the success of French clubs in the Champions Cup shows the national side is underperforming.
Rory McIlroy is physically and mentally honed ahead of his bid to win at Augusta and join the list of Grand Slam greats.
Oil giant Shell is "in talks" to buy gas producer BG Group, reports the Wall Street Journal, in what could be one of the biggest mergers of 2015.
France declassifies documents related to the 1994 Rwandan genocide which claimed at least 800,000 lives, the French president's office says.
Nicola Sturgeon says the SNP would help make Ed Miliband prime minister if the Conservatives fail to win a majority in the general election.
Fifteen police officers have been killed and five others wounded after an ambush in the Mexican state of Jalisco, prosecutors say.
The man who hated Australia so much he posted himself home
Christian Benteke's hat-trick rescues a vital point for Aston Villa in a pulsating game against Premier League relegation rivals QPR.
The most decorated Olympian of all time will swim in Arizona in April after his six-month drink-driving ban ends.
The Russian parliament will consider a proposal to bar athletes from competing in more than two Olympic Games.
The body of a man in his 60s is recovered from a river in Strabane, County Tyrone.
Chairman Karl Oyston and father Owen, Blackpool's owner, are targeted in a protest where fireworks and eggs are thrown.
Ryanair says it has been forced to cancel more than 250 flights due to a planned strike by French air traffic controllers.
The BBC's Arif Ansari spoke to Nick Clegg at NK Theatre Arts in Romiley. He told the BBC's Arif Ansari had to pick up a paintbrush as well if he wanted to interview him.
Italian police's treatment of a protester during the 2001 G8 summit in Genoa amounted to "torture", the European Court of Human Rights has ruled.
The Kentucky senator launches his 2016 campaign by striking a blow against the establishment - and his own party is not spared.
Leaders of the main parties in Scotland take part in a debate, chaired by STV's political editor, Bernard Ponsonby.
With 30 days until the general election party leaders have been out campaigning.