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Former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard is to return to the Premier League club as a youth coach.
England's Barry Hawkins beats world number one Mark Selby 6-3 to reach his second consecutive Masters semi-final.
Donald Trump is sworn in as US president in Washington DC.
Donald Trump has become the president of the United States.
The 40-year old Briton fell from a platform while working on the Khalifa International Stadium.
The Afro-Caribbean community leader was mistaken by officers for a wanted man.
Two children are among 10 survivors found after an avalanche buried a hotel in central Italy.
The BBC's Peter Taylor looks back as Martin McGuinness retires from frontline politics.
Children's homes run by some churches, charities and state institutions in NI were the scene of widespread abuse and mistreatment of young residents, a report finds.
The Duke of Cambridge will leave his job and take on more royal duties, Kensington Palace says.
The latest deadline for Yahya Jammeh to cede power to his elected successor has passed.
Long before Donald Trump became US president, he was just "The Donald" - a larger than life celebrity and real estate tycoon.
An inmate killed himself "while the balance of his mind was disturbed, contributed to by neglect".
Former chancellor George Osborne is hired to advise the world's largest fund manager, BlackRock.
We explore exactly what stretch marks are after model Chrissy Teigen shows hers off on Twitter.
Washington DC woke up to inauguration day with ceremony and protests.
Windows were smashed during protests in Washington DC as President-elect Donald Trump was due to be sworn in.
Broadband costs will rise by between 5% and 6% while free BT Sport is to end for TV customers.
Thousands of women and men are preparing to march for equality in 14 UK cities and towns. Why?
Police in one London borough say they will not prosecute cyclists who ride on the pavement, but is it a good move?