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A fluent 143 from Ian Bell helps England recover from 34-3 to reach 341-5 in the first Test against West Indies in Antigua.
The US raises concerns with Russia after the Kremlin lifted a ban on supplying Iran with S-300 air defence missile systems.
The British welfare system is subsidising workers from across the world, says UKIP's leader in Wales.
Liverpool move to within four points of the top four as Raheem Sterling scores in an ultimately comfortable win.
A 26-year-old man is to appear in court charged with murdering north Belfast man Kyle Neil.
Ronnie Carroll, a former UK Eurovision contestant who was due to stand in the 2015 general election, has died at the age of 80.
Nick Robinson gives his assessment of Labour's election manifesto launched by leader Ed Miliband on Monday.
Former Blackwater guard sentenced to life, three others to 30 years in jail, over 2007 Baghdad killings of 14 Iraqis
A possible link between the Hatton Garden jewellery heist and a tool burglary four months before is investigated by Scotland Yard.
What happens when a tea plantation closes?
Families of Sewol ferry victims remember their children
Six-time world champion Steve Davis will not compete at the Crucible after losing heavily in qualifying to Kurt Maflin.
Lewis Hamilton controlled every aspect of what happened during the Chinese Grand Prix, says the BBC's David Coulthard.
A huge effort to make a map of dark matter, the invisible stuff holding galaxies in place across the cosmos, releases its first batch of results.
A California woman who shot and stabbed her boyfriend in his Arizona home in 2008 has been sentenced to life in prison.
A Georgian chess grandmaster is expelled from a tournament after apparently using a smartphone in the toilet to check his moves.
Nick Clegg tells the BBC the Liberal Democrats would not consider another coalition with the Conservatives if the Tories went ahead with their proposal for £12 billion of welfare cuts.
A 56-page scientific notebook compiled by World War Two Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing sells for $1m at a New York auction.
PepsiCo will sponsor the National Basketball Association, ending a 28-year deal between its arch rival Coca-Cola and the NBA.
A debut novel about a female bee is one of six titles to be shortlisted for the £30,000 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.