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A fine second-half performance sees England edge out Wales in the Six Nations opener in Cardiff.
UK territories must publish details of who controls firms registered there or face being put on an international "blacklist", Labour has warned.
Champions St Helens make a winning start to their Super League defence in a bruising victory against Catalans Dragons.
England come from behind to beat Wales in a thrilling Six Nations opener at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
Millions are due to vote in Delhi's assembly election, where activist Arvind Kejriwal is taking on governing BJP's Kiran Bedi.
An RAF training plane had to take evasive action when it ventured in to airspace used by a Cambridgeshire model flying club last year, a report reveals.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff opts for the head of a state-owned bank, Aldemir Bendine, to run Brazil's scandal-hit oil giant.
The family of a six-year-old US boy stages his mock abduction because they thought he was too nice to strangers, police in Missouri say.
Women with type 1 diabetes are at a greater risk of dying from a number of diseases than men who have the condition.
Top White House adviser Susan Rice says the US has an "ambitious yet achievable agenda" overseas, as the government outlines its security strategy.