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Legal action against planned US rules on net neutrality begins in the District of Columbia and Louisiana.
A man who said he stabbed his friend to death because he heard "voices" has been given a life sentence.
Fighters from Yemen's Houthi rebel movement advance into southern Yemen, clashing with forces allied to President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi.
Rugby Football Union chief executive Ian Ritchie says England's second-placed Six Nations finish was "not acceptable".
David Cameron's used a slogan last employed to sell cereal more than 30 years ago. What's its appeal?
South Africa-born Grant Elliott says his 84 that took New Zealand to the World Cup final was a repayment to his adopted home.
An Airbus A320 airliner has crashed in the French Alps between Barcelonnette and Digne, according to French aviation officials and police.
An Angolan journalist goes on trial on charges of defaming military generals after he accused them of links to the "blood diamond" trade.
Francois Hollande has expressed his condolences to the Spanish king, after a Germanwings plane crashed en route from Barcelona to Duesseldorf.
A woman has been ordered to sign the sex offenders register after she admitted sexually molesting a teenage school girl.
Police forces in England and Wales must make an official record when they stop motorists , a review says, amid concerns black and minority ethnic motorists are disproportionately affected.
David Cameron says it was "sensible" to rule out a third term if he is re-elected, amid claims the PM has made a strategic blunder.
A man who stabbed his wife to death and seriously injured two other women, is jailed for life.
Coach Diego Simeone signs a contract extension with Atletico Madrid that will keep him at the club until 2020.
Ten writers - including four from Africa - are in the running to win the £60,000 Man Booker International Prize.
More than 2,000 people march in Kabul to demand justice for Farkhunda, 28, an Afghan woman beaten to death by a mob last week.
A study suggests that non-native plant species do not pose a risk to native flora, as widely assumed, because negative impacts are limited to localised areas.
A jury is sworn in for the trial of a man accused of killing his six-week-old granddaughter.
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