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The Hillsborough police match commander has agreed that his failure to close a tunnel "was the direct cause of the deaths of 96 people".
The BBC learns that low inflation means the Chancellor will have an extra six billion pounds a year to help reduce spending cuts and the national debt in Wednesday's Budget.
Two goals from Troy Deeney lift Watford to the Championship summit as they beat relegation-threatened Wigan.
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC has created an exhibit about the unique images and objects that brought us the first close up photos of space.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland says he will not beg Cardiff Blues prop Adam Jones to come out of Test retirement.
Lufthansa pilots have called for a new, second strike on Thursday, following a planned action on Wednesday, potentially disrupting thousands of passengers.
FA chairman Greg Dyke calls on clubs to set an example following a "scary" increase in incidents of players surrounding referees.
A millionaire charged with murder in Los Angeles appeared before a judge in Louisiana for a second day, to face new drug and weapons charges.
Man's guilt over surviving 1995 Tokyo sarin gas attack
Arsenal are knocked out of the Champions League last 16 on away goals despite beating Monaco.
The Syrian military says it has shot down a US drone near the city of Latakia, a northern stronghold of President Bashar al-Assad.
New legislation to devolve corporation tax to Northern Ireland is passed by the House of Lords, marking another stage in its process to become law.
Neither Israel's governing Likud party nor the opposition Zionist Union has a clear lead in Israel's general election, exit polls suggest.
Heather Watson's impressive run at Indian Wells ends with a frustrating defeat by Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro in the last 16.
The mother of the first Briton to be killed fighting against Islamic State says she is proud of her son's courage and humanity.
British Cycling's premier event the Tour of Britain 2015 will start on Anglesey with world-class riders completing the first stage from Beaumaris to Wrexham.
Forensic scientists say they have found the tomb of one of Spain's greatest writers, Miguel de Cervantes, nearly 400 years after his death.
Northern Ireland's two biggest unionist parties agree a general election pact to support a single candidate in four constituencies, including the UK's most tightly contested seat.
Switzerland will return to Nigeria some $380m (£260m) allegedly looted by ex-military ruler Sani Abacha, a Swiss official says.
Tal Danino opens Ted 2015 with a talk about programmable bacteria that can find tumours in the liver.