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Xabi Alonso is sent off as Bayern Munich draw with Shakhtar Donetsk in their Champions League last-16 meeting in Ukraine.
President Barack Obama has hit back at a ruling in Texas that brought to a halt his radical immigration plan.
An MP criticises a school, claiming it asked police not to investigate when a teacher was knocked unconscious by a dropped drink can.
Police investigating the death of Fermanagh schoolboy Oisin McGrath rearrest a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of manslaughter.
Chelsea withstand a wave of Paris St-Germain attacks to claim a draw in the first leg of Champions League last 16.
The Daily Telegraph's chief political commentator Peter Oborne resigns, accusing the paper of a "form of fraud on its readers' for its coverage of HSBC and its Swiss tax-dodging scandal.
Tributes are paid to the Liberal Democrat peer and farmer George Mackie, who has died at the age of 95.
Death sentence for foreigners triggers social media spat
The Up'ards lead the famous Royal Shrovetide Football game, which involves hundreds of people, after the first day of the two-day game in the Derbyshire town of Ashbourne.
Dramatic CCTV pictures show the moment a shop owner chased two thieves armed with axes out of his London jewellery store during a smash-and-grab raid.
Dame Judi Dench and Celia Imrie at the Royal Gala premiere of the Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
The racing driver son of a bigamist accused of murdering one of his wives tells a court he was not involved in a conspiracy to kill the woman.
Fierce fighting in parts of eastern Ukraine despite a ceasefire agreement was "predictable", Russian President Vladimir Putin says.
Harriet Yeo, a former chairwoman of Labour's ruling National Executive Committee, says she has left the party to support UKIP at the general election.
A Widnes man is found guilty of stealing from a charity set up in memory of a teenager who took his own life.
Two days after a ceasefire was meant to begin in eastern Ukraine, it seems neither government forces nor Russian-backed rebels are honouring the truce.
Crystal Palace promise to ban indefinitely any fans found guilty of throwing objects at recent home matches.
Chelsea, accused of parking the bus in the past, find difficulty doing so when they arrive at Paris St-Germain.
Police fear that a toddler kidnapped from his home in Tanzania will be killed and sold to witchdoctors, who use albino body parts for rituals.
A major river rescue is launched in Carmarthen with a large number of police, firefighters and a coastguard rescue team in attendance.