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Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini believes his depleted side deserve more credit for their Champions League qualification.
Neymar scores a spectacular goal as Barcelona come from behind to defeat Paris St-Germain and finish top of Group F.
Ennis-Hill on Ched Evans, post-baby life and Rio 2016
Scientists deal a blow to the theory that most water on Earth came from comets.
Families in Dagenham have turned their row of homes into a setting inspired by Disney hit film Frozen for Christmas.
Who is through, who is out, who the English teams could face and how records have tumbled in this season's group phase.
Hundreds of people gather in west London in support of protests in the US over the death of Eric Garner at the hands of the New York police.
A couple from Northamptonshire accused of defrauding the US company they worked for admit the charges against them.
Manchester City qualify for the Champions League last 16 for a second successive season with a win at Roma.
Dr Clare Gerada tells the BBC that men and women in England are being
Labour leader Ed Miliband will promise a "tough but balanced" approach to cutting the £90bn deficit, when he sets out his plans in a speech.
The music industry which copies versions of international hits
A French air force jet crashes into a home for disabled people in central France, reportedly killing one person and injuring six others.
Chelsea win their fourth Champions League group match and deny Sporting Lisbon qualification for the last 16.
Time magazine has given its 2014 'Person of the Year' award to workers fighting the largest Ebola outbreak in history.
Myanmar's fledgling music industry is dominated by pirated and slightly modified versions of international pop hits.
Pharrell's Happy and Sam Smith's Money On My Mind are on the shortlist for Song of the Year at the inaugural BBC Music Awards.
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in India for a visit pinned to a number of lucrative oil and gas deals.
Former Tory MP Neil Hamilton withdraws from the selection process to become a prospective parliamentary candidate for UKIP in Essex.
Coastal parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England are battered by strong winds and huge waves as a so-called 'weather bomb' strikes the UK.