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The US president and German chancellor are holding a news briefing in Washington
The EU's foreign policy chief is holding a news conference after a summit of EU foreign ministers
England boss Stuart Lancaster says he will be surprised if there are many changes for Italy, despite players returning from injury.
The University of Sheffield launches a scheme to help the most disadvantaged students into the jobs market after they graduate.
A car becomes wedged between a house and a wall following a crash in a Devon town.
The postponement of Nigeria's election has sparked huge debate, with many people suspecting it is aimed at bolstering the president's chances. The BBC's Lucy Fleming examines five questions raised by the delay.
Kanye West accuses the Grammys of "disrespecting artistry" after almost crashing the stage as Beck beat Beyonce to album of the year.
A loyalist loses a legal bid to stop Northern Ireland police getting tapes of interviews he gave to an American university.
An urgent question is being put to ministers in the House of Commons on tax avoidance by HSBC
A 21-year-old woman appears in court accused of running over and killing an elderly couple while using her mobile phone at the wheel.
Ali Smith's How to be Both, winner of the Goldsmiths Prize for original fiction and the Costa novel award, is shortlisted for the 2015 Folio Prize.
Bahrain's government announces the suspension of a new Manama-based, Saudi pan-Arab news channel just days after its launch.
Cyprus denies Russian media reports that it is ready to lease two military bases to Russia.
Celtic will travel to face Dundee United in the only all-Premiership tie in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
Judges in Alabama are ordered not to issue marriage licences to gay couples, on the day a ban on same-sex weddings is due to be lifted.
India's economy grew by 7.5% between October and December compared with a year earlier, officials say, but economists are baffled by a new formula to calculate GDP.
The latest version of Raspberry Pi's credit-card-sized budget computer reboots itself when exposed to camera flashes, users find.
Reports that HSBC helped wealthy clients dodge UK taxes sparks a political row, with Labour and Conservative accusing each other over their past actions.
A 19-year-old, armed with a knife and hammer, was arrested as he made his way to behead a British soldier, a court hears.
QPR caretaker manager Chris Ramsey says he would "jump at the chance" if offered the job on a full-time basis.