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Stoke striker Peter Crouch comes off the bench to score a last-minute equaliser against Newcastle at St James' Park.
Raith Rovers' first Ibrox win since 1959 puts them into the Scottish Cup quarter-finals and adds to Rangers woes.
Danny McGuire scores twice as Leeds come from behind to beat Hull KR in a classic game of 12 tries at Craven Park.
The Scottish Lib Dems announce they are to bring forward legislation to abolish consensual stop-and-search.
The Thai military government denies former PM Yingluck Shinawatra permission to travel ahead of a court case against her.
Wales Women claim only their second win against England as they beat the world champions in their Six Nations opener in Swansea.
AP McCoy wins his first Irish Hennessy Gold Cup on board Carlingford Lough in a dramatic finale at Leopardstown.
Canada's Jane Channell encountered an unexpected obstacle during her first run in the Skeleton European Championship in Igls.
The retrial of al-Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed detained in Egypt last year will begin on 12 February, judicial sources say.
A 32-year-old man is in a critical condition in hospital after being chased from a house in Airdrie and stabbed.
An elderly man is in a critical condition in hospital after he was injured in a car crash in north Belfast.
BBC Sport's Piers Edwards meets Ivory Coast and Ghana fans ahead of Sunday's 2015 Africa Cup of Nations final.
Jordanian air strikes have destroyed Islamic State sites and hideouts, Jordan says, as it steps up its response to the killing of a captured pilot.
A Mexican woman known as the "Queen of the Pacific" for her links to drug cartels is freed from prison after winning an appeal.
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The Victoria and Albert museum in London has raised funds to buy four bronze angel statues designed for the tomb of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey.
Substitute Brown Ideye equalises as West Brom come back from two goals down to claim a draw at Burnley.
Prince Charles says he is alarmed by the extent to which young people are being radicalised in the UK.
Child safety campaigners criticise a decision to move paedophile Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins to a lower-security prison.
The former head of the US central bank, Alan Greenspan, tells the BBC that Greece will have to leave the eurozone.