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Katarina Johnson-Thompson breaks the British record as she claims the European Indoor pentathlon title in Prague.
Mediators in peace talks between South Sudan's government and rebels have said the sides' failure to reach a deal is morally and politically "unacceptable".
The DUP leader warns UK broadcasters not to get "puffed up with your own importance" in the row over TV debates ahead of the general election.
The doctor who pulled US actor Harrison Ford from the wreck of a plane crash says he feared a fireball from the aircraft's leaking fuel.
The Met Office issues an amber "be prepared" weather warning for areas surrounding Loch Ness and a yellow warning for other parts of Scotland.
The surgeon who treated Harrison Ford at the scene of his plane crash has explained what happened amid fears the plane could have exploded.
Broadcasters say they will proceed with plans for three TV election debates, despite David Cameron saying he will only take part in one.
A middle-aged Dow Jones accountant who said he was forced to dress up as Father Christmas and branded an "old buffer" wins his unfair dismissal case.
The parents of three girls feared to be in Syria say police failed to tell them they spoke to the trio weeks ago when another girl went missing, reports say.
A police officer who seized CCTV footage of a street scuffle as a "tool to blackmail" Liverpool footballer Steven Gerrard is jailed.
The military commander of Syria's al-Nusra Front militant group, Abu Homam al-Shami, is reportedly killed in an air strike.
BBC creative director Alan Yentob says he felt "violated on a truly massive scale" by journalists who hacked his phone, the High Court hears.
James Landale's in-depth profile of the UKIP leader
Natalie Pirks on the long, steady march to end abuse in football
The family of a murdered County Armagh man reject claims by Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams that criminals were responsible for his death.
A real-life "Spider-Man" has started taking to the streets of Birmingham to help the city's poor and needy.
News photos from around the world
Apple, the biggest US company by market value, will be included in the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 19 March.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini calls for international efforts to make a fragile ceasefire for eastern Ukraine stick.
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