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One of the suspects in the killing of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko tells the BBC he will disprove claims made of his involvement at a public inquiry.
Thousands of Walsall fans are set to head to Wembley ahead of their team competing there for the first time in their 127-year history.
Police use CS gas to break up a fight between rival football fans outside a pub following Southend United's match against Cambridge United.
A national action-line is being set up to offer advice and help to those who have been the victims of anti-semitism.
A man who was shot by police as he tried to storm a checkpoint at New Orleans international airport on Friday dies from his injuries.
Nine British medical students and doctors are feared to have travelled to Syria to work in areas controlled by Islamic State (IS).
People in France are due to vote in local elections in which the far-right National Front party is expected to score big gains.
Watch the best of the weekend's Six Nations action in one handy bite-sized chunk with the Six Nations Catch-Up.
Do select committees wield too much power?
Mobile phone-users will be protected from massive bills when their devices are stolen under new measures.
Watch a 70ft artwork burn for peace
The glorious chaos of the Six Nations finale let us fall back in love with a rugby we thought had died, writes Tom Fordyce.
The cancer legacy of Asia's mind-altering nuts
Campaign against sexual violence and other trends of the week
Kosovo has the youngest population in Europe, but those young people are leaving in droves to find work elsewhere, says the BBC's Guy De Launey.
The Nigerians bowled over by cricket
Among a mixed batch of Sunday headlines, the Mail on Sunday focuses on allegations against a Conservative parliamentary candidate, while the Express leads on the reburial of King Richard III.
Students from outside Europe should be given special permission to stay and work in Scotland after their studies have finished, according to a report.
How Victorians moved the riches of Assyria out of IS's reach
As the Afghan leadership visits Washington, a far more successful US-Afghan partnership could be in the works, Michael O'Hanlon writes