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Jose Mourinho says Chelsea should have had a penalty when they were leading in their eventual defeat by Tottenham.
Defending PDC world champion Michael van Gerwen beats Scotsman Robert Thornton 5-2 to reach semi-final.
British acts have filled the top 10 best-selling artist albums in 2014 for the first time, according to new figures from the UK music industry.
A new PSNI legacy unit has taken over the Bloody Sunday investigation, and a review of letters sent to about 200 so-called republican On the Runs.
The Nigerian president says Boko Haram "will not win", after a series of attacks blamed on the militant Islamist group.
Alan Pardew will start work as Crystal Palace boss on Friday, according to caretaker boss Keith Millen.
Thousands of people take part in London's New Year's Day parade, which this year celebrated the transport network.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is sworn-in for a second term, telling supporters she plans to extend social programmes and tackle corruption.
An insurance company has announced it is creating 17 new jobs in Coleraine, County Londonderry.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is confronted by a supporter in the dugout during the Gunners 2-0 defeat by Southampton.
Four people are arrested after a cyclist was killed in a hit-and-run in St Leonards.
The number of deaths in Syria's conflict hit a record level in 2014 - more than 76,000 - activists say, as figures also reveal a deadly year in Iraq.
The decision to re-try three al Jazeera journalists imprisoned in Egypt for over a year has been cautiously welcomed by the father of one of the men.
A US federal judge denies requests by the Boston Marathon bombing suspect to delay the trial by nine months until September and move it to another city.
Three men die and another is in hospital after taking drugs from a suspected dangerous batch of ecstasy, police say.
Substitute Frank Lampard heads a dramatic winner as Manchester City beat Sunderland to go level on points with leaders Chelsea.
David Goodwillie and Cammy Smith score as Aberdeen beat St Johnstone to move top of the Scottish Premiership.
Will Grant reports on what the historic thaw between the United Stated and Cuba could mean for the island nation.
China's President Xi Jinping demands an investigation into a crush in Shanghai on New Year's Eve that killed 36 people and injured 47.
Three men have died and another is in hospital after taking drugs from a suspected dangerous batch of ecstasy.