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Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney celebrates his side's third goal against Spurs with a boxing celebration move.
The relatives of at least 49 people who died in a bus crash in southern Brazil have been identifying bodies in Santa Catarina state.
Everton beat 10-man Newcastle to ease their relegation fears with a first league home win in three months.
An arrest is made in connection with the shooting of two police officers in the restive city of Ferguson, Missouri police say.
Manchester United cement their place in the Premier League's top four with the finest display of Louis van Gaal's reign.
US tycoon Robert Durst is arrested on a murder charge ahead of the finale of a TV documentary investigating the alleged crime.
A 26-year-old London man is sought by police investigating the murder of a woman whose body was found inside a burning car in West Sussex.
Celtic take a step towards the domestic treble as they prove too strong for Dundee United in the Scottish League Cup final.
France keep their remote Six Nations title hopes alive as they beat Italy in soggy conditions in rain-lashed Rome.
A 17-year-old is airlifted by helicopter from the top of the Wallace Monument near Stirling after dislocating his knee.
Six people have been rescued after a rollercoaster cart became stranded 50m in the air on Australia's Gold Coast.
Nancie Atwell, an English teacher from the US, wins an inaugural competition for the world's best teacher, but pledges to give the prize money to her school.
A normally unremarkable meeting on Vladimir Putin's calendar on Monday takes on added significance due to his apparent 11-day absence from public view.
The official assembly body was 'not consulted' over a rejected James Bond filming request, says one of the AMs who is a member.
Chelsea edge towards the Premier League title with a draw against Southampton during a superb contest at Stamford Bridge.
Tony Blair calls for an "education for open minds" in tackling radicalisation among young people, including in faith schools.
Police investigating the rape of an elderly Indian nun detain eight men for questioning as she remains in a stable condition in hospital.
Two 17-year-old boys from London are among three teenagers detained in Turkey on suspicion of trying to travel to Syria.
For the first time, two gay and lesbian organisations are to take part in the St Patrick's Day parade in Boston after the organisers lifted a ban.
'I need you clothes, yours boots and you motor-racing': how F1 2015's season opener was pure box office.