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South Africa batsman AB de Villiers hits a century off 31 balls to record the fastest ever one-day international ton.
Fire investigators are due to begin probing the cause of a massive blaze which destroyed a Peterhead fish factory.
A cyclist who appeared to be knocked off his bike and assaulted in a YouTube video has been found but does not want to press charges, police say.
Should disabled actors play disabled roles?
Equatorial Guinea coach Esteban Becker says his side were not fit enough to hang on to victory over Congo on Saturday.
American Lindsey Vonn equals the record for World Cup wins in women's downhill skiing with her 62nd career victory.
A North Korean prison camp escapee, now a high-profile human rights campaigner, apologises for inaccuracies in his story and says he may end his work.
TV, stage and film actress Penelope Wilton talks about her role as the mother of German lawyer Hans Litten in the play Taken At Midnight.
President Obama will in his State of the Union address push for tax raises on the wealthy to help the middle classes, officials say.
A new run is launched in Liverpool in memory of 96 football fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg says new proposals are needed for the televised leaders' debates during the general election campaign.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron disagrees with a comment made by Pope Francis, who said that others' religions should not be mocked, following the attacks on Charlie Hebdo.
Australia beat India by four wickets in Melbourne to win their second consecutive match in the triangular series.
US Broadcaster Fox News issues an on-air apology for televising a claim that Birmingham is a "Muslim-only city" where non-Muslims "don't go".
Police are investigating reports that shots were fired inside a bar in Londonderry.
Cherif Kouachi, the second gunman who attacked French magazine Charlie Hebdo, is buried amid tight security in an unmarked grave in a Paris suburb.
More than 2,500 properties are left without water supplies, as industrial action by NI Water staff continues.
One of the world's biggest beer companies has been accused by an MP of demanding "shocking" payment terms from its smaller UK suppliers, as Joe Lynam reports.
Ex-England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff joins up with his former side during a training session in Australia.
There is no link between several people arrested in Greece and a foiled plot by an Islamist cell in Belgium, officials in Brussels say.