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Arsene Wenger says Monaco did not deserve to beat Arsenal in the Champions League, but Per Mertesacker thinks the best team won.
Measures expected to be announced in the Budget once again appear on front pages, with some papers heralding the "death" of the annual tax return.
Are the war stories of a legendary Iraqi fighter real?
George Osborne is to set out his tax and spending plans later, in his last Budget before May's general election.
The oil and gas industry has high expectations the Budget, being announced later, will deliver substantial tax cuts.
Chief executives always approach the chancellor's big day with a degree of trepidation
Scottish house prices hit record levels after more than recovering the losses suffered during the financial crisis, a report suggests.
Illinois congressman Aaron Schock announces his resignation after several weeks in which his excessive spending and close financial ties to donors had come under scrutiny.
A woman taken to court for allegedly making a false rape claim killed herself three days before her trial over fears she would not be believed, her inquest hears.
The California Supreme Court posthumously awards a law licence to a Chinese immigrant who was barred from becoming a lawyer 125 years ago.
Atletico Madrid reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League after beating Bayer Leverkusen on penalties.
The Hillsborough police match commander has agreed that his failure to close a tunnel "was the direct cause of the deaths of 96 people".
The BBC learns that low inflation means the Chancellor will have an extra six billion pounds a year to help reduce spending cuts and the national debt in Wednesday's Budget.
Two goals from Troy Deeney lift Watford to the Championship summit as they beat relegation-threatened Wigan.
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC has created an exhibit about the unique images and objects that brought us the first close up photos of space.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland says he will not beg Cardiff Blues prop Adam Jones to come out of Test retirement.
Lufthansa pilots have called for a new, second strike on Thursday, following a planned action on Wednesday, potentially disrupting thousands of passengers.
FA chairman Greg Dyke calls on clubs to set an example following a "scary" increase in incidents of players surrounding referees.
A millionaire charged with murder in Los Angeles appeared before a judge in Louisiana for a second day, to face new drug and weapons charges.
Man's guilt over surviving 1995 Tokyo sarin gas attack