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Celtic make it four wins out of four against Aberdeen this season, but are made to fight all the way at Pittodrie.
Former Scottish Labour leader Jack McConnell heavily critical of plan for further devolution
Britain's William Fox-Pitt wins his second Badminton Horse Trials title after a clear show jumping round on board Chilli Morning.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu crosses into Syria on an unauthorised visit to see the tomb of the grandfather of the Ottoman empire's founder.
70th anniversary of the end of World War Two in Europe
Thomas Waldrom scores two tries as Exeter Chiefs beat Saracens to move above them into the Premiership play-off places.
Mike Leigh's first stab at directing opera with The Pirates of Penzance forms different opinions among the critics.
A man who was killed in a two-vehicle collision in the Highlands is named as David Duncanson.
The SDLP leader and South Belfast MP Alasdair McDonnell has said he will be giving up his Assembly seat to concentrate on remaining as an MP at Westminster.
QPR are relegated from the Premier League as Sergio Aguero scores a hat-trick in an easy victory for Manchester City.
Singer Charlotte Church is labelled a 'champagne socialist' by Welsh Conservatives after she criticised the general election result.
Two police officers have been shot dead during a traffic stop in the southern city of Hattiesburg in Mississippi.
Nico Rosberg wins the Spanish Grand Prix as Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton fights back from a slow start to take second.
The German chancellor attends a ceremony in Moscow to commemorate Russia's WW2 victims, after skipping a military parade over tensions with Ukraine.
Tourists at Yellowstone National Park in the US have been chased over a bridge by a family of black bears.