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Agreement at South Sudan talks

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 12:57
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir signs power-sharing agreement with rebel commander Riek Machar to end conflict

Murray - leaner, quicker & positive

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 12:28
Andy Murray may have lost a fourth Australian Open final but there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic, says Piers Newbery.

Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Activists Stage New Protest

NPR News - Sun, 2015-02-01 12:07

Organizers say 13,000 showed up for the rally, far fewer than had joined previous protests against China's insistence on hand-picking candidates for the territory's next chief executive.

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Seahawks, Patriots, Face Off For Super Bowl XLIX

NPR News - Sun, 2015-02-01 10:49

Seattle, the defending champs, hope to do it again in Glendale, Ariz., but the face slightly favored New England.

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Mark Ronson continues chart reign

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 10:02
Mark Ronson continues his reign at the top of the UK singles chart, notching up a seventh week at number one.

Obama plans tax on overseas profits

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 09:52
US President Barack Obama plans to tax US firms on profits made and cash held overseas, raising funds for a major road-improvement plan in the US.

Pearce leaves post as Forest boss

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 09:50
Stuart Pearce leaves his position as manager of Championship side Nottingham Forest after just seven months.

'England have plenty to work on'

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 09:34
What is right with England, what is wrong and how might the problems be tackled before their World Cup opener against Australia.

Roadchef staff win 17-year pay battle

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 09:28
Hundreds of Roadchef employees will receive thousands of pounds each after winning a legal row over shares promised to them by a former boss.

Ghana 3-0 Guinea

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 09:16
Ghana ease into their fifth consecutive Africa Cup of Nations semi-final by comfortably beating Guinea in Malabo.

Pioneering paralysis patient in UK

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 08:12
The world's first paralysed patient to walk again after a pioneering transplant using cells from his nose, is in Britain. Darek Fidyka is here to help raise funds to continue the pioneering research.

Inquiry plea over ambulance queues

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:51
An MP calls for an investigation into the impact of delays at Welsh hospitals on the NHS in England.

VIDEO: Building collapses in Texas demolition

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:49
A 15-storey building has been demolished in Dallas, Texas to make way for the building of a new shopping centre.

The greatest ODI XI - you decide

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:45
Who would be in the greatest one-day international XI of all time? BBC Sport gives you the chance to be the selector.

Troubles probe unit 'two years away'

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:37
A new independent body to investigate Troubles murders in Northern Ireland could take two years to start work, Chief Constable George Hamilton says.

Vettel sets testing pace in Jerez

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:36
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel sets the pace on the first day of testing as Mercedes impress but McLaren-Honda struggle.

Lewis defends education criticism

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:28
Labour hits back at criticism of its record on education in Wales, saying Conservative plans for schools in England were "poxy" and "lame".

Greece minister in key France talks

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:27
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is holding talks in France, as Greece begins its drive in Europe to renegotiate the country's huge debt.

VIDEO: Mugging victim and fundraiser meet

BBC - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:26
Alan Barnes, the victim of a mugging outside his home, has met the woman who set up a fundraising page for him.

The Icebergs Are Talking. We Just Have To Listen.

NPR News - Sun, 2015-02-01 07:22

Glaciers moan and groan. They crackle, fizz and rumble. Researchers say the noises they make might help us understand how fast they're melting.

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