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Images from around the world: 4 March
How the Forth was crossed before the famous bridge
MPs take evidence on the Bank of England Foreign Exchange Market Investigation.
The Morecambe Bay inquiry has chilling echoes of one into Stafford Hospital. So could there be another scandal happening elsewhere?
Alabama's Supreme Court orders its judges to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses despite a federal ruling saying a ban is unconstitutional.
South Sudan's foreign minister warns that the imposition of any US-backed sanctions would be counter-productive to the peace process.
A woman and her lover are convicted of killing her eight-year-old daughter, who suffered 50 injuries at her London flat, in a cyber fantasy world death.
A Commonwealth Games gold medal stolen from the home of former heptathlete Kelly Sotherton is found.
The inquest into the deaths of four people who died in a tipper truck crash in Bath is opened and adjourned.
The Duke of Cambridge gives a speech warning over the risks to elephants from poaching and illegal trade.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams made more than $5m (£3.26m) each from 2013 hit Blurred Lines, according to figures revealed during a copyright trial.
Michael Phelps may be allowed to compete at swimming's World Championships in Russia after originally being banned.
Russian President Vladimir Putin demands an end to "shameful" political killings in Russia, after the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.
The Scottish economy will continue to pick up pace, despite the impact for the oil and gas industry of the lower oil price.
Flooding in north-western Tanzania has killed at least 38 people and left hundreds of others homeless, police tell the BBC.
An ex-police inspector tells the Hillsborough inquest officers were told to put the blame for the disaster on "drunken Liverpool supporters".
A cyclist is escorted off the M1 in Hertfordshire and given "words of advice" by police.
A romantic road worker uses an eight-tonne digger to pop the question by writing his proposal with the heavy metal grab.
The UK has won a court ruling against the European Central Bank which could have forced British firms handling large euro transactions to be based in the eurozone.
The trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, accused of the Boston Marathon bombing two years ago, opens in the city shortly after exhaustive jury selection.